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HELLO! magazine

HELLO! magazine 1607

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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9 min.
living life in the spotlight, high-flying film producer noor alfallah throws open the doors to her family’s beverly hills home as she reflects on a high-profile romance

‘LA is my home and I feel very American, but in my heart I know I am Middle Eastern, too’ Surrounded by palm trees and a garden of lush green foliage, film producer Noor Alfallah relaxes by the pool at her family’s stunning Mediterranean-style mansion in Beverly Hills. It has been an exciting whirlwind of a year for the big-screen aficionada, whose name has been romantically linked with Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger. But her happiness as she soaks up the Californian sunshine in a scene reminiscent of a movie set is not due to this headline-grabbing episode of her love life. At the age of only 25, Noor has been appointed vice president of film and TV development at Lynda Obst Productions, a production company at Sony, making her one of…

7 min.
revealing their pregnancy joy on seychelles babymoon amy willerton and fiance daniel day open up about their unborn baby’s dramatic health scare

‘The baby was conceived not long after we got engaged in March. It’s the most wonderful present we could wish for’ Amy Cradling her baby bump next to an infinity pool overlooking the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, Amy Willerton is the picture of serenity as she exclusively reveals that she and fiancé Daniel Day are expecting their first child. “The baby was conceived not long after we got engaged in March. It’s definitely the most wonderful engagement present we could ever wish for,” says the 27-year-old model, who has appeared in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and The Jump. “I thought we’d wait until after the wedding to start trying for a family, but now it’s happened – oh my gosh, I’m so excited.” The former Miss Universe Great…

8 min.
on a night of emotion, tears and triumph the duke and duchess of sussex pay a glowing tribute to the inspiring winners at the wellchild awards

It is an event he has supported for the past 12 years, but now the Duke of Sussex is a father, he has become even more passionate about honouring the courageous youngsters at the annual WellChild Awards, which were held last week at the Royal Lancaster London hotel in association with HELLO!. Taking part in the star-studded ceremony, Prince Harry fought back tears as he paid tribute to the seriously ill children helped by the charity, of which he is patron. Watched by his wife the Duchess of Sussex, Harry, 35, surprised the packed ballroom when he faltered during his speech and had to pause to compose himself. “It has been over a decade since I first came to these awards and every year they never fail to surprise and inspire me,” he…

1 min.
do more, feel better, live longer

With thousands of children and young people living with a long-term or complex health condition in the UK, WellChild provides invaluable care for those affected and their families. As well as tireless practical and emotional support, WellChild also funds projects and research and influences future health, education and social care policies so that patients are better equipped to cope with the challenges of a long-term illness. The pharmaceutical and healthcare company GSK has partnered with the charity for 12 years, funding ten nurses to offer home care across the country. Research shows that treating an ill child at home aids their development, reduces costs to the NHS and increases quality of life. The nurses ensure that the exceptional health needs of the child are best looked after, reducing the practical, emotional…

3 min.
the state opening of parliament the queen puts on a dazzling display as she swaps crowns in a break from tradition

Dazzling in diamonds, the Queen was resplendent as she arrived for the State Opening of Parliament with the Prince of Wales by her side, and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall following behind. Once more supporting his mother at the ceremony – a role he has carried out since his father the Duke of Edinburgh retired from royal duties in 2017 – Prince Charles took the monarch’s hand for the procession through the Royal Gallery, which was packed with 600 guests. Wearing the dress uniform of a rear admiral, he then sat on a gilded throne beside the Queen while she read out the Government’s plan for the next parliament. The Queen travelled from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster with Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in the Diamond Jubilee State…

1 min.
stepping out at westminster abbey the queen and camilla mark a very special anniversary

Proving once again what a dynamic duo they are, the Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall teamed up for the second time in London last week to mark the 750th anniversary of Westminster Abbey. Dressed down in comparison to their grand robes at the State Opening of Parliament, the two women made an elegant pair, with the Queen, 93, in a dove-grey coat with fuchsia piping and matching hat and Camilla, 72, donning a light-blue ensemble. The monarch beamed as she arrived for the celebration, chatting happily to the Very Rev. Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster Abbey, who is due to retire in November following 13 years of service. No doubt her smile was because of the many memories she has of the abbey, which was consecrated in the presence of Henry…