New Zealand Woman’s Weekly Issue 41, 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
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Are Media Pty Limited
Periodicidad:
Weekly
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a night at the museum

After a decade in the making, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opened last week and invited some of the biggest names in Hollywood for its opening night gala. The new museum features collections of some of cinema’s most iconic artifacts, an Oscars Experience simulation which transports patrons onto the stage of the famous awards show and, of course, a movie theatre. The evening was also a chance to celebrate some of the people who have helped shape the world of cinema with the Museum’s Visionary Award, which is granted to “artists whose work has advanced the art of cinema”. Among the honourees were Sophia Loren, 87, Tom Hanks, 65, and Annette Bening, 63. The night ended with a showstopping performance from Lady Gaga, 35. She lent her powerhouse voice to classic jazz…

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editor

Just wow! That’s all I could think when I saw the jaw-dropping images of Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge walking the red carpet at the premiere of the new James Bond film last week. Kate worked so hard during the long months of the English lockdown, trying to keep spirits boosted from behind the scenes, and now, after some time off with her gorgeous family, she has made a dramatic return, looking every bit the queen she will one day be. Don’t miss more stunning photos and the details of what she’s been up to in the past few weeks – including a casual lunch with her delightful children at an English pub! We also sit down for a chat with Act leader David Seymour, who shares the details of the…

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her reign has begun! kate’s golden opportunity

‘Everything Kate does, she does with grace, warmth, charm and dignity’ In her decade as a royal, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has shown time and time again what an asset she is to Britain’s first family. And last week she stepped it up even further, pulling out all the stops at a series of events that culminated with a stunning appearance at the premiere of the new James Bond movie, No Time to Die. For Kate, 39, it was clearly no time to be a shrinking violet – the duchess dazzled in a golden gown by designer Jenny Packham and sported an elegant updo to create a look that had some observers describing her as the ultimate Bond girl. “She made an unforgettable entrance and choosing to wear such a bold statement gown, which…

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going out in style daniel’s last mission

With the newest James Bond offering No Time to Die about to hit New Zealand screens, in London, a glamorous red-carpet event saw royalty and celebrities attend its premiere. For his fifth and final outing as the famous 007, Daniel Craig rubbed shoulders with Kate and William, as well as Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. The movie, which has been delayed for release three times due to Covid, has been an emotional ride for the shaken, never stirred secret agent. “A year ago, I didn’t think that was going to happen,” the 53-year-old shares. “It’s such a great relief. It was so important to me to come and celebrate with all the other cast and crew, and to get it into the cinemas –and now we’re here.” And while he may be…

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from supermodel to recluse

Supermodel Linda Evangelista is suing the makers of a cutting-edge cosmetic procedure which she says has left her “brutally disfigured” and “unrecognisable”. The 56-year-old, who throughout the ’90s ruled the catwalk for Chanel, Versace and Valentino, has filed a $70 million lawsuit against the makers of a procedure called CoolSculpting, which cools fat to a temperature so low that dead fat cells are excreted out of the body through the liver. Linda says she had a rare reaction to the procedure, which she underwent five years ago to contour her thighs, stomach, back, flanks and chin, but instead of shrinking, her fatty tissue increased. The mum-of-one claims she had not been made aware of the risk before having the procedure and it “has not only destroyed my livelihood, it has sent me into…

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ricky in mourning

Fans around the world were heartbroken when Ricky Gervais announced the third season of his moving series After Life would be the final. And, as the creator himself admits, it’s going to be hard on him too. “I love this more than anything I have ever done,” Ricky shares. “I think this is the best series. It gets better and better, as it should.” The beloved show centres around Tony Johnson, a man who is depressed after the death of his wife and follows him on his journey of dealing with grief. Ricky, 60, says he is proud of how the show brings laughter to such a serious subject and the connection he has created with the fans. “I have therapists coming up to me and saying, ‘I teach it to some of…

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