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22-Oct-2020

Published by TI Media Limited Chat is the most outrageous, inspiring, emotional real life title around. Packed with astonishing true stories, big prize puzzles and loads more, it's your unmissable women's weekly. Whether it's tear-jerking tales of triumph over tragedy, the most heart-warming pictures or the best of bonkers Britain, all human life is here. Beyond the rollercoaster ride of true stories, Chat is also jam-packed full of your favourite puzzles with big cash prizes, the canniest bargain shopping features, health advice you can trust, readers' tips, the latest telly news and loads more.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Weekly
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1 min.
spiral xword

American author Sinclair Lewis’ 1922 novel Babbitt is set in a fictional Midwestern city with what name? The answer to each clue (apart from the first) begins with the last letter of the preceding answer. The shaded squares will spell out the one-word prize answer. Your answer: WIN £150 Puzzle 3 1 South American river (6) 2 Someone sharing a name with another (8) 3 Pop group (10) 4 Wisdom (8) 5 Circular tent (4) 6 East African country (8) 7 Renounce the throne (8) 8 The Comedy of _ (6) 9 The _ Poisonings, 2020 BBC drama (9) 10 Sign of tiredness (4) 11 Australian soap opera (10) 12 Seasoned sausage (6) 13 Gets better at (8) 14 Premiership rugby union club (8) 15 Summer shoe (6) 16 Type of computer (6) TO ENTER Turn to page 56 for details or visit comps.lifedeathprizes.com/puzzles…

1 min.
supermarket style

GEORGE at ASDA All sizes 8-24 STYLE TIP Chunky lace-up boots are this season’s hottest shoe trend. They add comfort and style to any outfit. All sizes 8-24 TU at SAINSBURY’S STYLE TIP Cardigans are a must-have wardrobe staple this autumn. Perfect for layering or wearing alone. NUTMEG at MORRISONS All sizes 8-22 STYLE TIP Faux-leather is a great alternative to denim. We love this flattering midi skirt, featuring a belt to cinch the waist. All sizes 6-22 F&F at TESCO STYLE TIP Animal print is here to stay. Pair midi dresses with heeled ankle boots to add extra height.…

2 min.
the biggie

WIN £1,001 Puzzle 5 What would British presenter Mary Portas choose as her Mastermind specialist subject? To find out, solve the crossword then read down the shaded squares to find the two-word prize answer. ACROSS 11 Powerful cleaning fluid (6) 12 Instrument made of wooden bars (9) 13 Stop (4) 14 Legal proof (8) 15 Small open boat (5) 16 TV series about a heroic dog (6) 17 Dead _, TV show featuring comedy impressions (7) 18 Looking after children (11) 20 Glide on ice (5) 22 Large fall of snow (9) 24 Repairs (5) 28 Warm covering for a bed (7) 29 Light shoes with straps (7) 32 Mick _, lead singer of the Rolling Stones (6) 34 The business of manufacturing (8) 36 Crafted individually, not by machines (8) 37 Small pointed beard (6) 39 Small chopping tool (7) 40 Vivid red colour (7) 45 Trademark (5) 47 Singer of La Vie…

3 min.
liver let die?

Christine Wright, 45, Leeds Kicking my duvet to one side, I sighed as I realised it was almost 4am. Great, yet another sleepless night! It was May 2010, and for the past eight months, I’d been struggling to sleep. I’d tried home remedies – bubble baths, classical music, even found myself drinking a bit more at night. Nothing seemed to work. So the next morning, I booked in to see my GP. Thought he might prescribe sleeping tablets. But he was reluctant to. ‘How many bottles of wine did you say you were drinking a day?’ he asked. ‘Up to three,’ I replied matter of factly. ‘I hoped it’d help me switch off.’ He gave me a disapproving look and sighed. ‘The amount you’re drinking could be doing serious damage to your liver,’ he explained. ‘I want to run some tests to…

3 min.
ask aunty nelly

Betraying her final wish? Q I lost my Mum to cancer three years ago. On her deathbed, she made me promise I’d marry my boyfriend, who she adored. He proposed and she passed peacefully. But we still haven’t set a date, and I don’t think I’m in love with him any more. He was always there for me, but I had so much going on, I didn’t have time to think about us. If I don’t marry him, it’ll feel like I’m betraying Mum’s dying wish, but it could end in divorce. What do I do? Elise, 30 A All we want for our kids is their happiness. Your mum felt at peace knowing you’d be looked after. Would she still want you to go ahead, knowing how you feel? You aren’t betraying her wish. You’re in a different place. She wouldn’t…

2 min.
your stars

Aries 21 March-20 April You want to become more efficient where spending is concerned. Make a plan to buy what you’ll use and cut down on out-of-date items you throw away later. Call 0905 817 0690* for more Taurus 21 April-21 May You don’t have to do what makes everyone else happy, they aren’t going to feel abandoned if you don’t plan their fun. Take some time out and relax. Call 0905 817 0691* for more Gemini 22 May-21 June A repair might require urgent attention before it becomes a bigger problem. The arrival of guests may disturb your equilibrium in these uncertain times. Call 0905 817 0692* for more Cancer 22 June-23 July Bring some spontaneity to a close connection. Feel the sense of comfort between you, your relationship is moving forward to a place you are both happy with. Call 0905 817 0693*…