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HELLO! magazine 1690

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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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hello! Limited
Frequency:
Weekly
US$3.18
US$117.43
51 Issues

in this issue

8 min
at her family’s chateau near paris julie de noailles the aristocrat on why her heritage — and her daughter — mean so much

‘This paradise means the world to me. Each time I come here I’m filled with admiration’ ‘I’m thankful to my parents for making this somewhere for us all to get together and enjoy wonderful times’ Approaching the fairytale Château de Champlâtreux, nestled within its huge, wooded grounds, it’s hard to believe you’re only half an hour from the bustling centre of Paris. Built in classical 18th-century rococo style, the residence of the tenth Duke of Noailles is fit for royalty. Stepping inside, you are moved by its beauty, from the grand entrance pavilion, where four marble statues stand guard, to the splendid salons overlooking the formal gardens. The parquet floors and huge mirrors, the pink and blue marble, all evoke the splendour of nearby Versailles, Marie Antoinette’s one-time home. ‘My challenge LADY OF THE…

3 min
dressed to impress in scotland the duchess of cambridge the dazzling designs that show why she’s a style queen

‘Kate knows what works for her and I love how she changes things up from casual to smart. There’s something for everyone’ As you would expect from an icon of style, the Duchess of Cambridge pulled off not only a sartorial triumph on her recent tour of Scotland with her husband the Duke, but a diplomatic one, too. Kate’s carefully selected wardrobe for the May trip featured a touching tribute to her Scottish hosts with a range of tartans and pieces sourced from brands north of the border. With old favourites including a Barbour jacket and Massimo Dutti blazer on display – along with items of jewellery from the Queen’s private collection – the Duchess, showing her instinctive flair, mixed designer with high street, staying on-trend whether she was knocking a ball around…

1 min
gayle rinkoff – celebrity stylist whose clients include tv presenters zoe ball and tess daly

‘I think it’s very sweet that the Duchess of Cambridge has these Diana, Princess of Wales moments. It feels she’s done this a lot over the years, with some hint or a colour. I’m not a fan of these pleated skirts – this one by Hope, with a Zara blazer, was probably my least favourite outfit. But it was lovely that there was a nod to Diana – and the Scottish flag! – with the colour and shape and probably very lovely for the Duke to see that side of Kate. They are similar in that Diana also had height and the figure and made everything look amazing and achievable, even if it was popping to the gym. People would look at her and think: “I want to dress like that; I want to…

2 min
getting her first covid-19 jab at the science museum the duchess of cambridge joins husband william and royal relatives in publicly supporting the vaccine drive

The Duchess of Cambridge has become the latest member of the royal family to receive a Covid-19 jab, days after her husband the Duke had his. Kate sat down to have her first dose in the temporary vaccination centre set up at London’s Science Museum, close to her Kensington Palace home. “I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout – thank you for everything you are doing,” Kate, 39, said afterwards in a social media post alongside a photo of her having the vaccine injected in her left arm. The Duchess, looking casual in jeans and a sleeveless, fitted white H&M top that accentuated her toned arms, is now one of millions of people in their 30s who have joined the ranks of those vaccinated around the country. ALL…

5 min
in her ‘magic place’ at home in the new forest dame esther rantzen ying with her adored

‘They say you love your children but you’re in love with your grandchildren and it is like that — they fill my heart up’ Dame Esther Rantzen’s garden in the heart of the New Forest is in full bloom and the chorus of birdsong in the warm summer air is accompanied by the squeals of five small children, who are running around barefoot and bouncing excitedly on the trampoline. The broadcaster and children’s campaigner is never happier than when her grandchildren come to stay, and she treasures their visits all the more after being apart from them in the pandemic. “They say you love your children but you’re in love with your grandchildren and it is a bit like that – they fill my heart up,” Esther tells HELLO! as she invites us…

3 min
ying in a secret ceremony boris johnson and dance the night a

Exchanging a tender look of love, newlyweds Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds pose for a photo in the gardens of 10, Downing Street, where they celebrated their secret nuptials surrounded by 30 of their close family and friends. A laid-back festival feel was the order of the day as guests mingled under trees strewn with vibrant lanterns and multicoloured bunting, or perched on rustic hay bales, reportedly enjoying afternoon tea and Pimm’s. There was a marquee, a firepit and dancing to the sound of acoustic violin and guitar trio Fiddlin’ About – who have performed for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – as they belted out numbers such as Don McLean’s American Pie . Slipping off her shoes to party on the Downing Street lawn, the barefoot bride, 33, brought her…