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HELLO! magazine 1692

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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hello! Limited
Frequency:
Weekly
US$3.17
US$116.97
51 Issues

in this issue

10 min
ahead of her birthday, at home in her wimbledon ‘haven’ lilly becker on life after boris, lockdown with their son amadeus and looking for the perfect love match

‘I think it’s time for me to dress up, put my heels on and have some fun’ Inside the Wimbledon home of Lilly Becker, all is calm. “My home is my haven, it’s my safe place. It’s where we come and chill,” says the 44-year-old model and former actress, as she welcomes HELLO! for our exclusive interview and photoshoot. “Everyone who comes here loves it. It’s definitely my house and Amadeus’s house,” she says, referring to her “incredible, blond, blue-eyed” 11-year-old son with her estranged husband, six-time Grand Slam tennis champion Boris Becker. The couple, who married in the Swiss resort of St Moritz in 2009, separated three years ago, and this has been her home in south-west London with Amadeus ever since. He is central to her world – and the house.…

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6 min
with sophie leading in the style stakes royal ascot charles and camilla, zara and mike and society belles enjoy the thrill of the races once again

‘You’ve got to think of it as a celebration of getting back to normal again’ The Duchess of Cornwall A highlight of the summer social calendar was back in full force last week with the return of Royal Ascot. The five-day Berkshire race meet welcomed back 12,000 spectators in a magnificent sartorial display as the cream of British society brushed down glad rags and put on top hats and fancy frocks. The excitement was palpable at the sporting fixture, which, being mostly outdoors, had been chosen as one of the pilot events allowed to take place before the possible lifting of all lockdown restrictions next month. And while Covid measures put paid to the traditional daily carriage processions, it didn’t stop the royal family from enjoying the excitement and thrill of the racetrack…

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1 min
camilla on the queen

As rumours continue to circulate that the Duchess of Cornwall could assume control of the Queen’s string of racehorses, Camilla paid tribute to Her Majesty’s unrivalled understanding of and devotion to the sport of Kings. “Well, it’s her passion in life and she loves it, and you can tell how much she loves it,” she said in an interview with ITV Racing. “She could tell you every horse she’s bred and owned, from the very beginning. She doesn’t forget anything; I can hardly remember what I bred a year ago, but she’s encyclopaedic about her knowledge.” The Duchess also recalled when the Queen’s stallion Estimate won the coveted Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2013 – the first time in its 207-year history that it had been won by a reigning monarch…

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3 min
the queen’s cakemaker revealed by royal appointment how a cornish baker’s recipe rose to a regal challenge

‘I don’t know if you have seen, but your cake is famous’ When Kerry Pearce answered a last-minute request to make a cake for a community project, she never could have dreamt who the creation was actually for. It wasn’t until after Kerry, 47 this week, had worked round the clock to finish the fondant-topped bake that she learnt it had been admired by none other than the Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge – and that Her Majesty had made the first cut with a ceremonial sword. The triple-layer vanilla and strawberry jam sponge with vanilla butter icing looked so enticing that the Queen commented: “That looks very good,” when she saw it at the Eden Project’s Big Lunch celebration last week. Kerry’s road to cake-baking fame began when…

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2 min
backing their boys come on england! the euros glam support squad

England’s glamorous army of wives and girlfriends first made its mark on football in 2006 when Victoria Beckham, Cheryl Tweedy and Coleen McLoughlin (now Rooney) descended on Baden Baden in Germany for that year’s World Cup finals. Fifteen years on, a new crop is turning heads at this summer’s Uefa European Championship – and while these women are happy for their partners’ on-field performance to take centre stage, they make a striking team of their own. One accomplished five-a-side squad in particular posed together ahead of England’s victory over Croatia last week in their first match of the tournament, played at Wembley. Wearing team shirts, denim shorts and trainers were Megan Davison, Charlotte Trippier, Fern Hawkins, Annie Kilner and Anouska Santos in a photo shared on Instagram by Megan, the wife of…

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11 min
joined by daughter emma at home in the cotswolds anne robinson the new host of ‘countdown’ speaks frankl about family life and being a female frontrunner

'We had times of annoying each other in lockdown, but it was fabulous' Anne One person who will be celebrating the return of Anne Robinson to our TV screens this week is her daughter, Emma Wilson. “It’s a lifesaver,” she says of her mother’s new job as the host of Countdown , the long-running Channel 4 daytime programme. “She was driving us all crazy because she was bored – she’s terrible when she’s idle. But suddenly she has a skip in her step, and we’ve got Anne Robinson back.” We are talking in the large, light-filled living room of Anne’s beautifully converted Cotswolds barn where Emma, 50, husband Liam Kan and sons Hudson, 12, and Parker, 11, along with their two English setters, spent most of lockdown. “They arrived just in time from London,…

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