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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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in her 17th-century surrey home, artist sherree valentine-daines on painting the queen and her stroke of luck with a friendly bank manager

‘There was no way we could have afforded the house. But we had this bank manager who knew our work’ Sherree With its walls lined with oil paintings and bright rooms filled with an eclectic mix of objets d’art, Sherree Valentine-Daines’s 17th-century home is as welcoming and charming as the artist herself. “I’m quite conscious of the aesthetics of my surroundings,” she says, settling down into one of the many sofas in her mirrored drawing room. “I don’t like sterile houses – I like them to be warm and cosy.” Sherree has been described as “the face of modern British impressionism” and her figurative works capturing people and scenes in a moment of time can sell for tens of thousands of pounds. She is both prolific and in demand. She has painted the…

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party at the palace prince charles family gather to honour milestone anniversary

‘Never in the history of the role can there have been such dedicated service’ The Archbishop of Canterbury He has spent longer in the role than anyone else in history, becoming Prince of Wales at the tender age of nine, on 26 July, 1958. And this year marks 50 years since the Queen formally invested Prince Charles with the title in a dazzling display of pomp and pageantry at Caernarvon Castle. Last week, Her Majesty gave her heir another symbolic show of support as she hosted a Buckingham Palace reception to mark the milestone, with Charles hailed the most dedicated Prince of Wales in history. He was surrounded by his family, including his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Princess…

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robert jobson, author of charles at seventy: thoughts, hopes and dreams:

‘The Prince of Wales has been serving the country for so long, especially over the past five years, just giving as much as he possibly can. It’s good that the Queen is acknowledging his service. People forget how long he has been doing it, and how much he contributes. His investiture in 1969 was when he effectively became a working royal. He was carrying out duties while he was a student and later while he was serving in the Royal Navy, but the ceremony at Caernarvon Castle was seen as the start of his official royal life. Over the coming years, Charles will take a lead role in many of the areas that the monarchy requires, not least the overseas visits that the Queen no longer does. He works so hard and is…

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royal biographer penny junor, author of the duchess.

‘The Queen hosting this reception to mark Charles’s achievements as Prince of Wales will be very special to him because over the years he has felt rather underappreciated by his parents. He has been an extraordinary Prince of Wales and has really put everything into the job. Charles really set out to break the mould and to find a role for himself that formerly didn’t exist. He has been absolutely determined – at significant cost to his own work/life balance – to take the role seriously. He has been hugely successful and it is only latterly that people have realised quite how good he has been at it. A lot of people have been down on him, but he has been a visionary in so many ways and way ahead of the crowd. He…

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britain’s greatest ever gymnast max whitlock and his wife leah on why they are head over heels for their baby girl

‘At our scan her feet were over her head in pike hold, like a proper little gymnast’ Leah As the daughter of Britain’s greatest ever gymnast, it’s little wonder that baby Willow is already showing sporting promise. “When she was 12 hours old she was already lifting her head,” beams her five-time Olympic medallist dad Max as he invites HELLO! into the Essex home he shares with his wife Leah to introduce their beautiful baby girl. “She’s going to be walking at two months at this rate. And she’s rolling on her side already.” In fact, Willow, who arrived weighing 7lb 13oz on 23 February, eight days past her due date, was proving to be a tumble tot before she was even born. “At our 20-week scan her feet were over her head in…

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all the glitz and gossip cheryl and dua lead the glamour at the second global awards

‘Of course we’re going to party. It’s nice to catch up…’ Vick Hope Some of Britain’s biggest music stars including Dua Lipa, Little Mix and Cheryl Tweedy led the glamorous guests at this year’s Global Awards, and HELLO! was at London’s Eventim Apollo to join in the fun. Cheryl sparkled in a rainbow dress by Rami Kadi, while Capital’s Breakfast co-host Vick Hope turned heads in a lemon yellow gown by Suzanne Neville. “I don’t get to see the other Global presenters much, so it’s nice to catch up with them this evening,” Vick told HELLO! . “Of course, we’re going to party!” The awards bring together all of Global’s radio stations, including Capital, Heart, Smooth and Classic FM, and the presenters on their airwaves for a night of celebration. Posing for photos in a…