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New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly 2013

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

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in this issue

1 min.
a perfect split

They may have separated, but Drew Barrymore (45) and Will Kopelman (41) showed the world they’ve got co-parenting down to a fine art as they hung out with their daughter Frankie in New York’s Central Park. After filing for divorce in 2016, the couple agreed to put Frankie (5) and sister Olive (7) first, and they maintain a close relationship for the sake of their girls. A spitting image of her mum, Frankie didn’t seem to take much notice of her mother hauling around extra coats and reading materials on their outing! While the Blended star was dressed for comfort during her stroll in the park, she recently opened up about her impressive 10kg weight loss, achieved with the help of a personal trainer. “I trained like a mother!” she joked.…

1 min.
from the editor

What a week! As you read this, I’m hoping you’re happy, healthy and tucked up at home with a cuppa - a scenario more of us will have to get used to over the coming months. The coronavirus pandemic is most certainly a time of massive change and disruption, and is a situation that needs to be taken seriously – but there’s no reason to panic. This week we’ve spoken to Minister for Seniors Tracey Martin, who herself is in self-isolation after coming into contact with others diagnosed with COVID-19. Her advice is sound – be careful, not fearful. Turn to page 10 for more, as well as a list of places and services that can help you if you’re not sure about any aspect of the virus, self-isolation processes or how…

5 min.
keep calm & carry on! zara’s stable example

While her cousins, uncle and brother have been in strife and making headlines, one member of the royal family is getting on with business as usual. Zara Tindall and her immediate family are thriving, and royal watchers say her relatives would do well to take a leaf out of her book when it comes to the no-nonsense way she copes. “Zara is fortunate in that she doesn’t have the responsibilities her cousins, Prince William and Prince Harry, have to deal with,” says one commentator. “And not having a royal title – and the baggage that can come with it – is something for which she should be very grateful to her mother, Princess Anne. “But she also has a strong marriage, she’s a hard worker and she has got her head screwed on.…

4 min.
royals retreat

HARRY AND MEGHAN Prince Harry is deeply concerned about the health of his grandmother as the coronavirus takes hold in the UK, his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has revealed. Meghan (38) told friends that Harry, who is in self-isolation with her and their son Archie in Canada after returning from their final UK engagements as senior royals, is worried about the 93-year-old Queen, and also his father, Prince Charles (71). “He has urged them to stay safe and take extra precautions,” says a friend of Meghan’s. “Meghan says they are grateful, especially Harry, that they could spend time with his family before all this insanity began.” Meghan and Harry had been expected to take Archie to Scotland in June to join the royal family for their summer holidays at Balmoral. However, the pandemic might…

1 min.
feeling concerned?

It’s understandable and normal to be feeling a range of emotions – including feelings of anxiety and helplessness – as we navigate these uncertain times. If over the following days and weeks you feel you are not coping, it’s important to seek help and professional support. Your family doctor is a good starting point. For support with grief, anxiety, distress or mental wellbeing you can also call or text 1737 Need to talk? This service is free, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and gives you the chance to talk with a trained counsellor. Remember to reach out to your usual supports – whanau, friends and workmates. Keeping to usual routines when it comes to meal and bedtimes can also give you a greater sense of security and calm. If…

4 min.
viral advice minister for seniors speaks ‘be careful, not fearful’

Be careful, not fearful. That’s the advice from Minister for Seniors Tracey Martin, one of several MPs caught up in the fallout of COVID-19. After being alerted to the news that Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton had tested positive for the coronavirus on March 13, she immediately self-isolated. At the time of print, other Kiwi MPs had also been forced to stay at home following trips offshore, including local government minister Nanaia Mahuta, Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick and National’s Chris Bishop. Tracey had been seated next to Mr Dutton at a meeting in Washington DC on March 6. After hearing of Mr Dutton’s diagnosis a week later she spoke to Health Minister David Clark and discussed symptoms she should be aware of, the necessity to minimise contact in the first instance…