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HELLO! magazineHELLO! magazine

HELLO! magazine 1585

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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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hello! Limited
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hello! magazine

FOUNDER Eduardo Sánchez Junco CHAIRMAN AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Eduardo Sánchez Pérez EDITORIAL 020 7667 8721 EDITOR IN CHIEF Rosie Nixon EDITOR Thomas Whitaker DEPUTY EDITOR Jessica Callan ACTING P.A. TO EDITOR IN CHIEF Lauren Mulligan CREATIVE DIRECTOR Freddie Sloan ASSISTANT EDITOR Alexandra Wilby ROYAL EDITOR Emily Nash NEWS DIRECTOR Laura Benjamin COMMISSIONING EDITOR Jane Dowdeswell CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Rosalind Powell ROYAL & FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Tracy Schaverien FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Sally Morgan FEATURES WRITER Emily Horan PICTURE EDITOR Becky Cox PICTURE RESEARCHER Kate Atkinson PICTURE ASSISTANT Rachel Carrington ART DIRECTOR Philip Philpott DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Hannah Wilson SENIOR DESIGNER Linda Millard DESIGNERS Inés Alvarez, Sarah Clarke PRODUCTION EDITOR Anch Warlow CHIEF SUBEDITOR Jonathan Empson DEPUTY CHIEF SUBEDITOR Emma Pomfret CONSULTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER Susannah Lewis SUBEDITORS Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, Sally Sheringham, Theresa Brooks, Nick Vincent LIFESTYLE EDITOR Megan Conway BEAUTY DIRECTOR Charlotte Jolly BEAUTY INFLUENCER Alexandra Light FASHION EDITOR Rachel Story ASSISTANT LIFESTYLE EDITOR Kate Lockett LIFESTYLE ART EDITOR Amy Reiter DIGITAL HEAD OF DIGITAL Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon WEBSITE EDITOR Andrea…

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inviting us into her fashion-filled beverly hills mansion irene albright on coming to the red carpet rescue of hollywood’s finest and her unrivalled collection of designer gowns

Fashion collector and style guru Irene Albright has provided many an outfit to stylists, celebrities and fashionistas over the years. And as there’s never a shortage of drama behind the scenes at red carpet events, the former stylist – who has dressed A-list stars including Beyoncé and Meryl Streep – has frequently come to the rescue in a fashion crisis. “I get panic calls from clients all the time,” she tells HELLO! from the poolside of her magnificent Los Angeles mansion. “Often, they’ve been asked to wear something to an event, and then suddenly choose not to at the last minute. It’s so important to them that they stand out.” This is something Irene, 68, can help with: she has amassed a collection of more than 70,000 high-end designer pieces, including evening…

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women on top tv baftas ‘killing eve’ slays the competition at star-studded awards

When the biggest stars of TV gathered at London’s Royal Festival Hall last week for the Bafta Television Awards, it was a night of high emotion for talented trio Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw of hit BBC spy drama Killing Eve . “I can’t speak, it’s so unbelievably exciting,” said an overwhelmed Phoebe – the creative force in adapting Luke Jennings’s Villanelle books for TV – paying tribute to the “charismatic and brilliant and energetic risk-taking team” as the show won a hat-trick of awards including Best Drama Series. The show, about ex-MI5 agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) hunting assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer), also saw Fiona Shaw win Best Supporting Actress as MI6 boss Carolyn Martens and Jodie win Best Leading Actress. Struggling to contain her emotions as she…

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scaling new heights the little royals make big strides as they horse around in windsor

Taking a spin in a miniature Land Rover and showing her fearless side on a climbing wall, Mia Tindall was the action girl of the royal family as she got to grips with the activities on offer at this year’s Royal Windsor Horse Show. The spirited five-year-old left no stone unturned in her quest for adventure. Demonstrating that she’s inherited her mum Zara and dad Mike’s sporty streak, the youngster had no problems keeping up with her cousins Savannah, eight, and Isla, seven, the daughters of Zara’s brother Peter Phillips. Wearing wellies, navy leggings and a navy T-shirt, Mia clambered her way up the climbing wall before being rewarded with an ice cream topped with a Flake. Mia’s great-grandmother, the Queen, the show’s patron, was equally in her element at the event, which…

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with wife zara by his side mike tindall has style off to a tee at his annual golf day

‘I love this event. It combines a huge charity element with a lot of friends’ While Mike Tindall is known for wearing colourful attire on the golf course, this time his choice of bright patterned trousers was down to daughter Mia. The Queen’s five-year-old great-granddaughter selected a pair of purple trousers covered with prancing unicorns for her 40-year-old dad to wear as he posed with wife Zara at his annual celebrity golf day at The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield. A host of famous faces were also on hand in the West Midlands to help the couple raise money for the Cure Parkinson’s Trust and the Matt Hampson Foundation, including Denise Van Outen, Ronan and Storm Keating and Zara’s brother Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn. They were also joined by Mike’s father Philip, who…

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david beckham goes hands-free on a family cycle ride

Just days after receiving a six-month driving ban for using his phone at the wheel, David Beckham was back on the road – only this time on two wheels instead of four. Trading horsepower for pedal power, the former footballer was spotted freewheeling in and around leafy Holland Park, near the family’s West London home, with seven-year-old daughter Harper (below) and sons Brooklyn, 20, Romeo, 16, and 14-year-old Cruz, who were all also on their bikes. After his second recent run-in with traffic police – he was stopped last year for speeding in his Bentley, though he successfully fought that summons – David received a £750 fine and six points on his licence, but looked in great spirits on the day out, taking an in-the-saddle selfie wearing one of his trademark flat…

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