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HELLO! magazine 1691

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$3.17
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51 Issues

in this issue

8 min
opening the doors of her beverly hills mansion anastasia soare the ‘eyebrow queen’ and billionaire businesswoman shares her rags-to-riches story

‘I arrived in America as an immigrant without a cent to her name who couldn't even spek the language’ Anastasia Soare recalls leaving her native Romania for the United States back in 1989, when her country was still behind the Iron Curtain. “I wasn’t allowed to take anything with me,” she says. “I asked if they would allow me to save just a dollar, to make a phone call if I needed help, but the authorities were relentless and I knew that if I persisted too much, I could end up in prison. “That’s how I arrived in America – an immigrant without a cent to her name who couldn’t even speak the language.” That was the start of an extraordinary journey that saw Anastasia become known as the Eyebrow Queen and find fame…

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7 min
bringing delight to the royal family the duke and duchess of sussex welcome daughter little sister for archie

‘She is more than we could have ever imagined... we remain greteful for the love and prayers‘ It has been, without question, a turbulent year for the royal family. However, the birth of the Queen’s 11th great-grandchild, Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, a daughter for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, was met with great joy on both sides of the Atlantic last week. After months of family turmoil, insiders hope the little girl’s arrival may help heal the rift. The Prince of Wales was one of the first to congratulate the couple, describing his delight at becoming a grandfather for the fifth time, which he said was “such happy news”. HELLO! understands that father and son have been in regular contact, and according to sources, their relationship has “turned a corner” since the couple’s…

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2 min
in their own words — on family life and welcoming their daughter

‘Thank you for your continued kindness and suppor during this ver special time for our family’ ON THE JOY OF WELCOMING A DAUGHTER Harry: “To have any child, any one or any two, would have been amazing. But to have a boy and then a girl, what more could you ask for? We’ve got a beautiful little boy who keeps us busy, who keeps us running around. He makes us laugh every day which is great. We got two dogs and then a little baby girl on the way, I never dreamt that.” Meghan: “It’s a feeling of joy we share with millions of other families around the world. When we think of her, we think of all the young women and girls around the globe who must be given the ability and…

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1 min
on the bench

Four days after giving birth, the Duchess of Sussex launched her first children’s book, The Bench (right), dedicating it to “the man and the boy who make my heart go pump-pump”. But as well as her references to Prince Harry (left, with Meghan) and their son Archie, the book also appears to include a nod to their newborn daughter. The final page of the story, which is illustrated by award-winning artist Christian Robinson, shows a red-haired man helping a young boy feed chickens while a dark-haired woman stands in a garden cradling a baby. The family’s two dogs, a black labrador called Pula and a beagle called Guy, are also shown in the drawing. Meghan’s text is based on a poem she wrote for her husband for his first Father’s Day and also shows…

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1 min
written in the stars

‘Lilibet Diana will share a special bond with Princess Charlotte’ Astrologer to the stars Neelam Jagasia Puri (left) tells HELLO ! the newest Sussex and her six-year-old cousin Princess Charlotte are destined to have much in common. Although born under different star signs – Lilibet is a Gemini and Charlotte a Taurean – similarities in their planetary placements suggest the young cousins will be drawn to one another and in time will share a very special bond and become confidantes. While the more analytical Charlotte will admire her trendsetting younger cousin for her coolness with the LA in-crowd, they’ll share the same sense of fun, too. The position of the planets when they were born show they’ve inherited different strengths from their grandmother Diana and great-grandmother the Queen. Charlotte is a diplomat and deep…

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1 min
a bumper year for royal babies princess beatrce has a swell day out with loving husband edoardo

Beatrice and Edoardo strolled in the sunshine Mum-to-be Princess Beatrice enjoyed a romantic lunch date last week as the royal family’s baby boom continued apace. Shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed daughter Lilibet, Beatrice, 32, was seen cradling her growing bump during a shopping trip in London. She was joined by husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, as they enjoyed a stroll in the summer sunshine. The royal looked stylish and kept her cool in an emerald-green dress from fashion high street chain Zara, which she accessorised with a denim jacket, Gucci trainers, straw hat, sunglasses and a Wai Wai wicker bag. The couple, who celebrate their first wedding anniversary next month, made the most of the heatwave with an alfresco lunch, kissing and cuddling as they sat at an outdoor table. Due…

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