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HELLO! magazine 1701

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

8 min
inviting us to her famous family’s surrey estate irene forte on love, life and learning from her hotel tycoon father sir rocco

‘My father is so resilient and positive, and he’s no spring chicken so I’m always pretty impressed’ For someone whose father is one of the most famous hotel magnates in the world, fellow entrepreneur Irene Forte isn’t very good at kicking back and relaxing. “I take what I call workations’, when I work from nice places,” says Sir Rocco’s 32-year-old daughter with wife Aliai, welcoming HELLO! to the Forte family’s 1,800-acre Surrey estate – where the charming five-bedroom Ripley Cottage, in the grounds of the main house, is the place Irene calls home when not in London. It was here the founder of beauty brand Irene Forte Skincare and her then fiancé, technical entrepreneur Felix Winckler – they have since married – decamped when the first lockdown hit, along with her sister Lydia,…

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6 min
bringing great joy to her grandmother the queen princess beatrice is blooming as she hints at her due date — while sister eugenie plans a family christening for baby august

With only weeks to go before the birth of her first child, Princess Beatrice showed how she has blossomed into pregnancy as she and her businessman husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi joined friends for lunch last week. Wearing a floral jacket over a black summer dress and carrying a Gucci handbag, the mother-to-be looked in good spirits as she chatted to Edoardo outside London private members’ club George, where they were celebrating a friend’s birthday. Beatrice’s friend Lady Emily Compton, daughter of the Marquess of Northampton, who has been styling the Princess in recent months, also joined the celebrations, which were marked by a big bunch of balloons. While it is not known when the Princess, who turned 33 at the beginning of this month, is due to give birth, in an exclusive interview…

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8 min
the inside story

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY PREPARES FOR THE BABY SEQUEL WITH HER ACTION STAR FIANCE JASON STATHAM Becoming a mother was “the most magical experience” for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and her next trick is to do it again. The 34-year-old model has shared the happy news that she’s expecting a new addition to the family, joining four-year-old son Jack and actor fiancé Jason Statham (right, with Rosie). Uploading a variety of mirror selfies to Instagram, Rosie made her big reveal in the last image, which captured her new baby bump encased in a stylish cream knitted dress (left). “Taaa daahhh! #round2,” she wrote, adding a trio of baby emojis. Together for 11 years, Rosie and Jason, 54, were first linked when they attended music festival Coachella in 2010; they got engaged in 2016. However, the lingerie designer says they are…

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2 min
basking in the afterglow of a glorious games team g.b. ’ s party athletes celebrate their olympic success at a star-studded homecoming bash

‘It’s actually really nice to be home’Laura Kenny They gave a golden performance on the world sporting stage, and last week it was time for Team GB’s heroes to swap the Olympic arena for London’s Wembley, as they were treated to a star-studded welcome-home ceremony. With their impressive haul of 65 medals – 22 of them gold – to hand, Olympic champions, including history-making cyclists Jason and Laura Kenny, diver Tom Daley, swimmer Tom Dean, gymnast Max Whitlock and boxer Lauren Price, were met with an explosion of cheers, pyrotechnics and world-class performances as radio DJs Clara Amfo and Greg James hosted the National Lottery’s Team GB Homecoming concert. “This is a glowing ray of sunshine after the gloom and darkness of the past 18 months,” said Andy Anson, head of Team GB,…

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3 min
hosting the tokyo paralympics coverage clare balding on the ‘hugely exciting’ games, her top tips for glory and why she can’t wait for a staycation

‘The depth of talent, the range of events, the level of awareness is so much better today’ For sports fans missing the thrill and excitement of the Olympics, the action from Tokyo isn’t over yet. After a spectacular medal haul for Team GB, the focus is now firmly on the Paralympics, which kick off in the Japanese capital this week on 23 August. Guiding us through it all is Clare Balding, who’s hosting Channel 4’s coverage alongside a stellar line-up of presenters, including wheelchair basketball star Ade Adepitan, TV and radio’s Vick Hope and former Royal Marine and Strictly Come Dancing contestant JJ Chalmers. “The Paralympic athletes work so hard and get relatively little attention or competition opportunities, so it’s hugely exciting that the Games are on and that they all get their…

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7 min
enjoying the good life at their devon farm, ‘strictly’ stars jimi mistry and flavia cacace-mistry on how the great outdoors is the ‘best therapy’ and why they’ve never been happier since leaving the city

‘It was like the dream that you sort of want but haven’t got the courage to try’ Flavia Surrounded by chickens, sheep and acres of rolling green fields, Flavia Cacace-Mistry and husband Jimi Mistry couldn’t feel further away from the sequins and sparkles of Strictly Come Dancing , the show where they first met and fell in love. Since swapping suburbia for a smallholding in the Devon countryside seven months ago, their new routine is rather more like The Good Life , the hit 1970s comedy that followed the adventures of a couple striving to be self-sufficient – and which is making a comeback as a touring stage play this autumn. Each morning, they are woken by a dawn chorus of birds, then head outside to collect eggs from their flock of hens…

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