New Zealand Woman’s Weekly Issue 30, 2021

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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New Zealand
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English
Editor:
Are Media Pty Limited
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Weekly
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wimbledon watch kate aces it!

Between the Euro 2020 football final and Wimbledon, it has been a big week for British sport and its dedicated patrons, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. As patron of All England Lawn Tennis Club, Catherine, 39, has been in frequent attendance at the tournament with a variety of royal friends and family, but she brought along the most special guest of all, her husband Prince William, 39, for the women’s final. The couple looked more in love than ever as they soaked up the excitement of the match, where Australian Ashleigh Barty triumphed over Czech Karolína Plíšková in three nail-biting sets. It was an emotional moment for the 25-year-old, who is the first Australian woman to win the prestigious competition since Evonne Goolagong Cawley won in 1980. Through tears, she shared, “I…

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Although it is only five years since the last Summer Olympics, it seems much longer because of Covid, which means for the Weekly staff, the excitement has only grown stronger! It has been a long road for our stellar athletes, and I’m sure they’ve had many ups and downs along the way. With no crowds cheering them on in person, we can all show them our support from our screens in New Zealand. On page 12, we highlight just a few of the women who will be representing our country, as well as some insider details about what we can expect. As someone who has never remotely excelled at anything sports-related, I admire them all the more and believe it’s a real achievement to even be selected for the Games…

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a decade of love mike & zara’s magical bond

After a decade and three kids together, Zara and Mike Tindall’s relationship is stronger than ever. And now, as they celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary, Mike has opened up about the secret to their successful marriage. “I think the fact that she’s always been my best friend has been the key,” says the former England rugby player of his equestrian wife. “At the end of the day, we can sit down and laugh at each other, and have a good time.” He adds, “It’s been an amazing 10 years.” Both being professional sports people has also helped them to stay close, Mike reveals. “It’s a bit clichéd, but you understand each other, what your motivations are. I think that’s why we gel.” But when it comes to sharing advice on how to make a marriage…

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don’t mess with mike!

It might be seven years since Zara’s husband stopped playing rugby, but the former centre is still a force to be reckoned with, as a couple of English football fans discovered. The pair got into a punch-up during the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium and it was Mike, who was there watching the game with Zara, who stepped in to break them up. A witness says the Tindalls – who were not seated in the royal box, but in the stands – got caught up in scenes of “absolute mayhem” after fighting broke out between spectators. The insider says, “Tensions had got a bit heated near to where Zara and Mike were sitting. Two fans ended up in a punch-up and Mike pulled them apart before stewards could get them…

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by george he’s emotional!

He may be turning the grand age of eight this week, but Prince George is not too old to give his mother a hug in public. A delighted George flew into the arms of his mother, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge when England scored a goal during their Euro 2020 final against Italy. Sadly for the young football fan, his team lost the match and disappointment was written all over his face as he was consoled by his dad, Prince William. George’s interaction with his parents while watching the game live at Wembley Stadium shows how strong his bond is with them, says child behaviour expert Georgina Durrant. Rather than the formal scenes we’re used to seeing when royal youngsters join their parents at events, the Cambridges showed they have a “warm family dynamic”,…

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renée’s real-life mr darcy

In Bridget Jones’s Diary, she had to choose between lovable rogue Daniel Cleaver and dependable Mark Darcy – but off screen there’s no such torment for Renée Zellweger. The Judy star has fallen headlong in love with British TV host Ant Anstead and, as our photos show, the couple can’t keep their lips off each other! Insiders say the pair met on the set of Ant’s Discovery+ show Celebrity IOU Joyride in June and sparks flew instantly. “Renée is head-over-heels in love,” says a source close to the Oscar winner. “She thinks this is the real deal. She’s never been happier.” The besotted duo have been spotted packing in the PDA several times in recent weeks, including a July 4 bike ride during which dad-of-three Ant leaned over to nuzzle his leading lady on…

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