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HELLO! magazine 1588

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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Hello! Limited
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hello! magazine uk

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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rolling out the red carpet the queen welcomes president trump and family for state visit reaffirming the special u.s. and u.k. relationship

‘On behalf of all Americans, I offer a toast to the eternal friendship of our people’ Britain’s royals gave a powerful display of pomp and pageantry as they welcomed US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania to the UK last week. While the Queen was host to the couple on their three-day state visit, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also had starring roles in their trip, greeting their guests after the President’s Marine One helicopter landed on the lawn of Buckingham Palace. A gun salute of 82 rounds rang out from nearby Green Park – 41 rounds for the state visit and the rest to mark the 66th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation the previous day – while more were fired at the Tower of London. After exchanging handshakes,…

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the president talks to piers morgan

Lifelong environmentalist the Prince of Wales impressed the President with his passion for the planet over tea last week. “He wants to make sure future generations have climate that is good climate as opposed to a disaster. And I agree,” President Trump told Piers Morgan on ITV’s Good Morning Britain , his only TV interview of the trip. “What moved me was his passion for future generations,” he added. “He’s not doing this for him; he’s doing this for future generations. “This is real. He believes that. He wants to have a world that’s good for future generations and I do, too. “He’s Prince Charles, he doesn’t have to worry about future generations unless he’s a very good person who cares about people. And that’s what impressed me maybe the most.” The President…

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photographed exclusively for hello! by his wife penny rod stewart rocks d-day as he entertains war veterans before an emotional reunion

He is a global superstar used to performing to up to 80,000 fans in stadiums around the world, but last week Sir Rod Stewart took to the deck of a cruise ship docked in the port of Dover to give his most poignant performance yet. His audience included 255 D-Day veterans who were setting sail for a week of commemorative events to mark the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings, which heralded the liberation of German-occupied France in the Second World War. As the singer, dressed in patriotic red, white and blue, walked onto the deck of MV Boudicca to surprise the war heroes, many of whom were displaying their rows of medals on their jackets, the emotion was palpable. After he and his backing singers, supported by the Central Band of…

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joined by heads of state from around the world the queen leads tributes to the brave and the fallen as she reflects on her wartime memories at poignant portsmouth event

She was only 13 when the Second World War broke out but went on to serve, so the Queen spoke from the heart when she addressed more than 300 D-Day veterans last week. On the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings – a crucial turning point in the conflict – the 93-year-old monarch praised the resilience of “the wartime generation – my generation” as they gathered to remember the historic campaign. “The heroism, courage and sacrifice of those who lost their lives will never be forgotten,” she added. Standing with the Queen at the D-Day 75 National Commemorative Event at Southsea Common in Portsmouth were the Prince of Wales and Prime Minister Theresa May, along with world leaders including US President Donald Trump, President Emmanuel Macron of France, German Chancellor…

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the queen’s speech to the veterans

When I attended the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landings, some thought it might be the last such event. But the wartime generation – my generation – is resilient, and I am delighted to be with you in Portsmouth today. Seventy-five years ago, hundreds of thousands of young soldiers, sailors and airmen left these shores in the cause of freedom. In a broadcast to the nation at that time, my father King George VI said: “What is demanded from us all is something more than courage and endurance. We need a revival of spirit, a new unconquerable resolve.” That is exactly what those brave men brought to the battle, as the fate of the world depended on their success. Many of them would never return, and the heroism, courage…

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