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Grazia Issue 763

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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United Kingdom
Language:
English
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H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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1 min.
welcome to the issue

IT’S BEEN 20 YEARS since Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston married; and 15 since their explosive split. And yet I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who woke up one morning last week to a stream of the same photograph flooding my social media feeds. So why does the Brad and Jen romance still evoke such a strength of feeling in us all? Writer Hannah Betts tackles just that on page 20, as we also tell the story behind what’s already set to be one of the defining A-list images of 2020…. MAIN COVER PHOTO: GETTY. ADDITIONAL COVER PHOTOS: JASON LLOYD-EVANS, SPLASH NEWS. THIS PAGE: GETTY, JASON LLOYD-EVANS, ED MILES, BACKGRID, DAVID TITLOW, MARCO VITTUR…

2 min.
over to you...

Have your say… Email us at feedback@graziamagazine.co.uk Post comments on graziadaily.co.uk Tweet us at @GraziaUK Find us on Facebook at Grazia UK Follow us on Instagram @GraziaUK As a mixed-race woman, I think it’s too easy to blame racism for the poor treatment of Meghan Markle. Has there been racism? Yes, but I’m not convinced it’s the prevailing factor. I think the real reasons Meghan has struggled for acceptance are gender and nationality. She’s too feminist, too outspoken, too empathetic, and too American. If she’d been a mixed-race European woman, more in the traditional, dutiful mould still expected of British royal wives, I bet she would have been given a much kinder ride. Annie JACKET POLITICS Have I finally left the Grazia generation? The idea that Jason Momoa could be sexist for giving…

1 min.
letter of the week

LEAVE MEGHAN ALONE The outcry over Harry and Meghan’s decision to step down as senior royals is astounding (Megxit: planned for months, 20 Jan). It has caused more outcry than the far more upsetting scandal concerning Prince Andrew. I feel a bit sad, but the way many are reacting is like the couple have acted criminally or betrayed them personally. And all the blame seems to be on Meghan. The negative comments targeting her are unfair. All the negativity, racism, misogyny and outcry has to stop. People need to spend their energy on more serious issues. Less Megxit, more Brexit! Manisa…

2 min.
grazia uk

EDITOR HATTIE BRETT PA/Editorial assistant MELISSA HENRY 020 3879 2294 Deputy editor ROSAMUND DEAN Assistant editor CHARLOTTE WILLIAMSON Head of production JENNY CROALL Features and special projects director RHIANNON EVANS Copy Production editor MARIA O’CONNOR Features 020 3879 2313 Deputy features editor ANNA SILVERMAN News & Entertainment Junior news editor HARRIET KEAN EDITOR-AT-LARGE POLLY VERNON CONTRIBUTING EDITOR (INVESTIGATIONS) STACEY DOOLEY Lifestyle grazialifestyle@graziamagazine.co.uk Lifestyle editor RACHEL LOOS Website graziadaily.co.uk Digital director REBECCA HOLMAN Acting digital director LYNN ENRIGHT Digital editor REBECCA REID 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 LILLIAN SESIGUZEL Contributors Contributing editors POLLY DUNBAR, JESSICA BARRETT, FIONA COWOOD, HATTIE CRISELL, LOUISE GANNON, MELANIE RICKEY US contributing editor JANE MULKERRINS Advertising 020 7295 5000 Group MD, advertising ABBY CARVOSSO Group commercial director SIMON KILBY Head of magazine media CLARE CHAMBERLAIN International fashion director SINDY WALKER 020…

1 min.
grazia view

Being ‘woke’ is something to aspire to, not denigrate “The rise and fall of trends and buzzwords means that what was cool yesterday can quickly morph into something we roll our eyes at today. Recently, the word ‘woke’ has been bastardised by a public figure proudly declaring he ‘wouldn’t date a woke woman’ and another praising him for ‘terrorising the Wokerati’. Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan were derided as ‘the oppressive King and Queen of Woke’. But when that word means a person has an awareness of racial and social injustice, we need to be careful it doesn’t turn into a slur. Mock the word all you like, as long as the act of acknowledging and caring about inequality never goes out of fashion.”…

2 min.
is #tradwife really a thing and, if so, can we make #radwife happen?

WHAT DO I THINK about #tradwife, the movement (allegedly) sweeping Twitter, American and – as of last week – British households? Apparently, women are encouraged to do less in the way of earning a living, buggering off to the gym when they fancy it, getting drunk on a school night and generally pleasing their selfish selves, and rather more in the way of cooking, cleaning, child-rearing and refreshing their lipstick in advance of their husbands arriving back from the office and demanding supper, which lil wifey has, of course, lovingly prepared in advance. How do I feel about the wholesale promotion of a regressive, anti-feminist half-life, which casts the woman as supporting artist in the great oeuvre that is the man’s work, reduces her to semi-housebound breeder, nurturer and cheerleader,…