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HELLO! magazine 1703

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
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Dear readers, Can you believe summer is over and autumn is here? Nights are drawing in and kids are returning to school – and HELLO! is the perfect read for the new season What better way to relax and have a bit of autumn me-time than to curl up with your favourite magazine? And with our great-value subscription offers, you can enjoy HELLO! for less. We have everything you need to start the new season in style, from exclusive interviews with your favourite celebrities to delicious autumnal recipes and insider advice to revamp your home, wardrobe or beauty regime. Each issue is packed with inspirational ideas and the uplifting content we know you love. So don’t miss out – subscribe today and you’ll receive each issue of HELLO! direct to your door.…

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8 min
lord newborough

‘This is my office and I’m very privileged to have such an environment to work in’‘Prince Charles is inspirational. It is lovely to have met and know a like-minded person’ Deep in the rugged countryside of North Wales, in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains, lies Rhug Estate, a palatial 19th-century house set in 12,000 acres of farmland. “We have wonderful views,” its owner Robert, the 8th Baron Newborough, tells us, looking out over undulating hills, pasture and woodland dotted with grazing animals. “We have an abundance of wildlife at this time of year and masses of wild flowers. “This is my office and I’m very privileged to have such a wonderful environment to work in.” Lord Newborough’s family have lived in the area since the ninth century, once owning a significant chunk…

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2 min
music’s big return

As summer drew to a close, the August bank holiday proved to be one to remember as some of the biggest and best-loved festivals up and down the country came back with a bang. Over the three-day weekend, the crowds were out in force: festival tag team Reading and Leeds welcomed more than 200,000 fans to watch acts including Stormzy, Liam Gallagher, Becky Hill and Biffy Clyro. Among the thousands there and at other post-lockdown celebrations were some wellknown faces, including Emma and Matt Willis, Joe Wicks and Alexa Chung. At Reading, Cruz Beckham was spotted strolling hand in hand with his girlfriend, Bliss Chapman, while £100m footballer Jack Grealish was seen joining the party at Leeds. FEAST OF MUSIC Blur bassist Alex James opened his farm in the Cotswolds for The Big Feastival,…

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6 min
shirley ballas

When Strictly Come Dancing cha-cha-chas its way across our screens every September, the country breathes a sigh of relief that the hit show is back. And it seems the BBC dancefloor competition won’t disappoint its millions of fans when it returns later this month. Indeed, head judge Shirley Ballas has revealed the 19th series will be another extraordinary journey when it debuts on 18 September. “Just when you think it can’t get any better, it does,” Shirley tells HELLO! in an exclusive interview. “It’s going to be a really great season and we are very excited to bring it to the public.” Although she has yet to see them in the ballroom, the Merseyside-born dancer, known as the Queen of Latin, has already got her eye on a few of the stars taking…

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6 min
the queen

She has spent the summer surrounded by her loved ones at her idyllic Scottish retreat, staying at Balmoral for the first time since the death of her beloved husband the Duke of Edinburgh. But as the Queen enjoys her last few weeks of holiday, aides are preparing for what will be a busy autumn for the monarch, who at the age of 95 shows no sign of slowing down. Her Majesty will carry out engagements in Scotland, England and Wales next month, making a string of high-profile appearances that will put her firmly back at the heart of public life. As we revealed in July, she is keen to get back to business with face-to-face meetings, investiture ceremonies and visits beyond London, with a royal source saying: “There is a real appetite to…

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3 min
the prince of wales and the duchess of cornwall

They have been holidaying in Scotland for a month and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall certainly looked the part as they met locals in Ballater last week. Prince Charles and Camilla, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, both wore tartan to visit the Aberdeenshire village, which is a short drive from Birkhall, their home on the Queen’s Balmoral estate. Wearing a traditional kilt and sporran, Charles took in the picturesque views over the River Dee from the newly restored Cambus O’May suspension bridge, which was almost destroyed by Storm Frank in 2015. And he was in playful mood as he chatted to cyclists enjoying the stunning surroundings, joking that “getting into Lycra is the hard bit”. He added: “Sorry for keeping you guys waiting, I…

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