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Grazia Issue 740

Grazia combines 'A-list' celebrity exclusives with thought-provoking, real-life features and agenda-setting fashion. Each week we bring you: - 'A-lister' celebrity news and gossip - The very latest in fashion news and trends - What's hot NOW - Amazing real-life stories - Reports from all the key fashion shows around the world. Love fashion and celebrities? Then you'll love Grazia!

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H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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welcome to the issue

ANOTHER WEEK, another media storm as the Duchess of Sussex defied convention yet again to turn magazine editor. By now you’ve probably read a host of comment pieces picking apart Meghan’s actions, but what we wanted to know was the inside story of working with the most talked about royal. Actor turned body positivity activist Jameela Jamil answers that question on p20, talking about taking part in the duchess’s project. Enjoy this week’s issue – and do let us know what you think. HATTIE BRETT, EDITOR @hattie_brett / feedback@graziamagazine.co.uk…

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grazia uk

EDITOR HATTIE BRETT PA/Editorial assistant MELISSA HENRY Acting PA/Editorial assistant ISABELLA D’EMILIO 020 3879 2294 Assistant editor CHARLOTTE WILLIAMSON Acting assistant editor EMMA ROWLEY Production director LISA HOWARD Features director EMILY PHILLIPS Acting features director HATTIE CRISELL Celebrity director GUY PEWSEY Creative director CAROLYN ROBERTS Fashion director REBECCA LOWTHORPE Picture director NATHAN HIGHAM-GRADY Beauty & health director JOELY WALKER Managing editor DANIELLE O’CONNELL Acting managing editor SOPHIE PRICE Copy Production editor JENNY CROALL Chief sub editor MARIA O’CONNOR Features 020 3879 2313 Commissioning and special projects editor RHIANNON EVANS Deputy features editor ANNA SILVERMAN News & Entertainment Junior news editor HARRIET KEAN EDITOR-AT-LARGE POLLY VERNON EDITOR-AT-LARGE (CELEBRITY) EMILY MADDICK CONTRIBUTING EDITOR (INVESTIGATIONS) STACEY DOOLEY Lifestyle grazialifestyle@graziamagazine.co.uk Lifestyle editor RACHEL LOOS Website graziadaily.co.uk Digital director REBECCA HOLMAN Director of audience development IAN BETTERIDGE Fashion and beauty editor HANNAH BANKS-WALKER Social media editor PHOEBE PARKE Digital writer GEORGIA ASPINALL Digital showbusiness and culture writer BONNIE MCLAREN Commercial content editor ARIANNA CHATZIDAKIS Digital assistant SOFIA TINDALL Contributors Contributing editors POLLY DUNBAR, FIONA COWOOD,…

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over to you...

HART BROKEN? We all know love hurts – and as soon as you see that you’re not getting love, attention or respect it’s best to walk away, even if you are on a reality show, as in Amy Hart’s case (‘People don’t always want to be my friend’, 5 Aug). The way Curtis ended his relationship with Amy was hard to watch and must have been even harder for Amy to go through. But there’s always a risk that someone hotter, funnier or more engaging might walk into a show like Love Island. But normal life is not like this. The only thing I find engaging about Love Island is when beautiful people share all the same insecurities and issues as the rest of us. Nia DON’T FEAR TEARS For the first time,…

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letter of the week

ACCEPTABLE AGEING What we can all learn from J-LO turning 50 (5 Aug) was interesting. It’s true we should be pleased the showbiz industry is not writing off older women as it once did. But the women you discuss are all good-looking and have aged well, whether due to winning the genetic lottery and/or being loaded and pampered. And the fact they are still in the public eye doesn’t say anything about how accepting society is of older women. Sure you can be 50, 60 and not be discarded – so long as you look 20 years younger. We have a long way to go before women aren’t pigeonholed as either ‘hot at 50!’ or ‘a dried up old crone’. I’ll be back for more Grazia female solidarity! Kate…

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“Why the law must put victims, not suspects, first It’s deeply troubling when the new Justice Secretary suggests those accused of sex crimes and other serious offences should remain anonymous until charged, to protect their reputation. That’s what Robert Buckland did last week. While Downing Street distanced itself and Buckland has since backtracked, it’s scary when these ideas are bandied about in the pub, let alone by ministers. When sex crimes are already so hard to prove – rape prosecutions are at a five-year low in England and Wales – identifying suspects can encourage other victims to come forward. The idea that suspects need anonymity just reinforces the dangerous myth that victims shouldn’t be believed.”…

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to bikini-shot, or not to bikini-shot: the summer’s big instagram dilemma

THE HOTTER IT GETS, the more I wear a bikini; the more I wear a bikini, the more inclined I am to post Instagram pictures of myself in it. Every time I do, I lose 50-odd followers, at least one of whom takes the time to explain why she (for it is always a ‘she’) is orf. ‘Yep, you’ve got a great bum but it’s not entertaining and you are, so signing off for now,’ said one departing follower (somehow managing to be both flattering and pompous). They always say something along those lines – something which loosely translates as: ‘we like it when you’re funny, Polly, not when you show us your bod’. Yet I am not a democracy. If I choose to intersperse successive visual expressions of my…

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