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HELLO! magazine 1608

Renowned for its superb photo-features, and its ability to secure exclusive access to the social elite, HELLO! has been capturing key moments in celebrities lives ever since it was launched more than 20 years. Each issue is rich mix of articles and interviews from around the world balanced by a series of regular practical features designed to appeal to every type of reader.

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Hello! Limited
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hello! magazine uk

FOUNDER Eduardo Sánchez Junco CHAIRMAN AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Eduardo Sánchez Pérez EDITORIAL EDITOR IN CHIEF Rosie Nixon EDITOR Thomas Whitaker DEPUTY EDITOR Jessica Callan P.A. TO EDITOR IN CHIEF Holly Nesbitt-Larking CREATIVE DIRECTOR Freddie Sloan ASSISTANT EDITOR Alexandra Wilby ROYAL EDITOR Emily Nash NEWS DIRECTOR Laura Benjamin COMMISSIONING EDITOR Jane Dowdeswell CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Rosalind Powell ROYAL & FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Tracy Schaverien FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Sally Morgan FEATURES WRITER Emily Horan PICTURE EDITOR Becky Cox PICTURE RESEARCHER Kate Atkinson PICTURE ASSISTANT Rachel Carrington ART DIRECTOR Philip Philpott DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Hannah Wilson SENIOR DESIGNER Linda Millard DESIGNERS Inés Alvarez, Sarah Clarke PRODUCTION EDITOR Anch Warlow CHIEF SUBEDITOR Jonathan Empson DEPUTY CHIEF SUBEDITOR Emma Pomfret CONSULTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER Susannah Lewis SUBEDITORS Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, Sally Sheringham, Theresa Brooks, Nick Vincent LIFESTYLE EDITOR Megan Conway BEAUTY DIRECTOR Charlotte Jolly BEAUTY INFLUENCER Alexandra Light FASHION EDITOR Rachel Story ASSISTANT LIFESTYLE EDITOR Kate Lockett LIFESTYLE ART EDITOR Amy Reiter DIGITAL HEAD OF DIGITAL Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon WEBSITE EDITOR Andrea Caamaño DIGITAL DESIGNER AND EDITIONS…

9 min.
inviting us to his fairytale french chateau loved by royalty henri carvallo tells how his unique childhood inspired his vision for villandry and of keeping the family’s legacy alive

‘Growing up here will give our daughter a unique sense and understanding of beauty’ ‘Imagine what it is like for a child to have this wonderful place all to himself’ ‘As a child I was astonished by the vast size of the rooms as well as the fact that I was living in a castle’ Henri Carvallo seems lost in thought as he recalls his magical childhood spent exploring dark, dusty attics and forbidden forests, and wandering the perennially beautiful gardens and great halls of one of France’s most celebrated châteaux, Villandry. “Imagine what it is like for a child to have this wonderful place all to himself. Everything seemed huge and full of mystery, especially the maze and the forests that surround the gardens,” he enthuses. “I had a unique…

3 min.
bride-to-be princess beatrice and fiance edoardo celebrate at a high society wedding in paris as a princely bonaparte weds in a lavish ceremony joined by glittering guests

The stunning Oscar de la Renta dress follows the trend for contemporary royal bridal gowns started by Meghan and Eugenie Royal lovebirds Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took a break from their own wedding preparations to head across the Channel for the lavish nuptials of another high society couple. The smitten pair stepped out in Paris to see Prince Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte wed Countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg on Saturday 19 October. Bride-to-be Princess Beatrice was radiant in a pastel-coloured satin floral dress by The Vampire’s Wife under a powder blue coat from Topshop that perfectly matched the waistcoat of her property developer fiancé’s dapper morning suit. FRENCH CONNECTION The Paris marriage has reunited the former imperial house of France and the House of Hapsburg after a two-century break. Jean-Christophe’s great-great-great-uncle was Emperor…

5 min.
at tokyo’s imperial palace, prince charles joins the world’s royalty for the enthronement ceremony of japan’s emperor naruhito

In the Hall of Pine, the sound of a gong heralded the start of the otherwise largely silent ceremony Royalty, dignitaries and diplomats from around the globe travelled to Japan for the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Naruhito last week. The occasion, which called for full regalia and comprised a series of centuries-old rituals, saw the 59-year-old formally proclaim his ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne. He had officially ascended in May after his 85-year-old father, the then Emperor Akihito, abdicated – the first abdication in Japan in more than two centuries. With more than 180 countries represented, around 2,000 guests including the Prince of Wales – wearing the Order of the Chrysanthemum, which is Japan’s highest honour – Prince Albert of Monaco, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain, and Crown Prince…

2 min.
flying the flag for britain in tokyo the prince of wales is in good spirits as he takes in a temple visit and meets rugby stars

There was no stopping the Prince of Wales last week as he followed Emperor Naruhito’s enthronement ceremony with a whistle-stop tour of Tokyo to celebrate Anglo-Japanese ties. Ahead of a white-tie banquet to continue the celebrations, Prince Charles called into the Nezu Museum and Gardens, where he wandered through the lush greenery and viewed an exhibition of birds and flowers in Japanese and East Asian art. Sport was on the agenda the next day, with Charles calling in on Wales’s Rugby World Cup squad during training at the Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium. He was given a signed jersey from the squad and later described the timing of Naruhito’s enthronement as: “Rather serendipitous for those of us who wanted to wish our teams well.” A long-time campaigner for the environment, Charles continued his day…

7 min.
embracing life as a new mum and happier than ever gemma atkinson on family, fitness and her future with ‘strictly come dancing’ star gorka marquez

‘I never saw myself as someone who had kids. That changed when I met Gorka’ Gemma Atkinson is whirling around the room as her boyfriend, Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer Gorka Márquez, leads her in an impromptu waltz. The couple, who recently became parents to beautiful daughter Mia, are grabbing a fun moment together as Gorka drops in for a visit during Gemma’s exclusive photoshoot with HELLO! . “We never dance together,” says Gemma, who reached the final of the hit BBC1 series two years ago. “I’m not a natural dancer at all – far from it. If Mia wants to dance, she has Gorka to teach her.” Today, Gemma has left three-month-old Mia at home with her mum while she joins us a few miles away at historic Tatton Park in Knutsford, Cheshire,…