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Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 1907

No magazine is more in touch with Kiwi women than Woman’s Day, New Zealand’s most popular weekly magazine. For the one-in-three women who read Woman’s Day each week, it’s a treat – a chance to escape daily life for a titillating fix of the best showbiz stories, hot celebrity photos, inspirational real-life reads, a TV guide and a lifestyle section packed with tips, tricks, puzzles and great columns.

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stars feel the love

These red-carpet glamazons take the style prize Black Panther winners (from left) Sterling K. Brown, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Chadwick Bosman, Andy Serkis, Angela Bassett and Danai Gurira. It was a night of surprises at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where Black Panther took out the top prize for Best Ensemble Cast, making the superhero movie a last-minute contender for Best Film at the Oscars later this month. But it was Emily Blunt who was the shock belle of the ball, unexpectedly taking out Best Supporting Actress for her role in thriller A Quiet Place, co-starring and directed by her husband John Krasinksi.“This entire experience of doing this with you has pierced my heart,” an emotional Emily, 35, told her hubby in her…

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biggest celeb bling!

BLAKE LIVELY Ryan Reynolds gave Blake this 12-carat, $3.6 million beauty. MARIAH CAREY The singer didn’t return this $10 million whopper to ex James Packer. DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE Kate wears Princess Diana’s stunning 12-carat sapphire. JENNIFER LOPEZ J.Lo received a pretty pink ring from Ben Affleck back in 2002. AMAL CLOONEY By George, Amal’s $1 million diamond fits like a dream. EVA LONGORIA José Bastón popped this huge ruby on the actress’ finger. KIM KARDASHIAN WEST Kanye West went all out with this $8 million stunner. JADA PINKETT SMITH Will Smith’s wife doesn’t seem weighed down by her…

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editor’s note

There’s a whole lot of love in this week’s Woman’s Day as we celebrate the schmaltziest day of the year – Valentine’s Day. Yes, I know a lot of people argue the February 14 celebration is just commercial twaddle, but I for one am a big softie for romance and enjoy pulling together our annual Love Issue, full of hearts, roses and kisses. Our cover stars Anika Moa and Natasha Utting’s love story is familiar to many readers. We’ve shared the happiest big moments in their relationship – when they fell in love, the birth of baby Soren, their wonderful wedding and the blending of their family of five. A mum to three boys, Anika has always told us she wanted to carry a child herself – and…

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a girl at last! anika & natasha’s pregnancy joy

It’s a girl!” are three lovely words most often heard in a delivery room, but mums-in-waiting Anika Moa and Natasha Utting have been certain of their baby’s sex ever since they found out they were expecting – and they couldn’t be happier! “When I conceived, I just knew this baby was going to be a girl,” says musician and TV presenter Anika, 39. “And for the whole pregnancy, I’ve been really in tune with her.”Even before they got official confirmation, Anika and her wife, journalist and producer Natasha, 43, were so positive, they went shopping for baby girls’ clothing. Due on March 8 or thereabouts, their daughter – who will join the couple’s three boisterous boys, Soren, four, plus seven-year-old twins Taane and Barry – is a dream…

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not too posh to push! meghan’s natural birth plan

Blushing with pride, Meghan looks in good spirits in a Brandon Maxwell ensemble. Until now, birth arrangements for royal babies have been strictly controlled by palace-approved doctors, age-old traditions and a firm veil of silence. But the Duchess of Sussex – who’s believed to be carrying twins – is ripping up the rule book when it comes to the arrival of her future heirs, and while she and Prince Harry are excitedly telling friends how they’ll welcome their little ones into the world, eyebrows have been raised over their very modern approach.“Meghan is determined to do things as naturally as possible,” tells our insider. “She wants a hypno birth and has been reading a book called The Mongan Method to prepare herself. She’s being mentored by…