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WHO Issue 18, 2021

As Australia’s Number 1 celebrity weekly magazine, we deliver a compelling mix of credible celebrity news, interviews, portraiture and intriguing human interest stories, told from the perspective of the people directly involved. Thanks to trusted relationships with some of the world’s biggest names, we report the facts and never make it up!

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Congratulations are in order for Prince William and Kate Middleton on their 10-year wedding anniversary. From their first meeting at the University of St Andrews in 2001 till now, the couple have proven to be a rock for each other and this milestone is testament to the love they share. Turn to page 16 to read why their relationship is stronger than ever and their exciting plans for the future. They say there are no simple love stories and that’s certainly true for exes Ben Affleck and J.Lo, who have been spotted on secret dates. Sometimes you have a love that you just can’t quit and team WHO are certainly very excited about the return of“Bennifer”. For all the juicy details, turn to page 8. I read recently that grief is the…

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5 things we’re talking about this week!

1 Billie’s stunning transformation Billie Eilish debuted a whole new look on the cover of British Vogue, telling fans to “do whatever you want whenever you want” and to “f--k everything else”. “I love these pictures and I loved doing this shoot,” the singer said of the sexy snaps. 2 David’s bizarre behaviour Victoria Beckham has revealed her husband David often took Zoom calls without pants on during lockdown. “[He ‘d] have a shirt and a tie on … and from the waist down, he would be in his [undies],” she admitted. “I think people on the call would have been quite surprised if they had seen the full look.” 3 Maya wants a Bridesmaids sequel Actress Maya Rudolph has revealed she’s “down” for a sequel to the 2011 comedy. “It wouldn’t be called Bridesmaids;…

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emotional milestones

Madeleine McCann was one week away from celebrating her fourth birthday on May 12, 2007, when she went missing from her family’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal. The little girl had been left with her 2-year-old twin siblings Sean and Amelie in the unlocked rental while her parents dined with friends at a tapas restaurant just 40 metres away. After the children were checked on at 21.05pm, Madeleine’s mother Kate McCann reported her missing at 10pm – and she’s never been seen since. “Every May is tough – a reminder of years passed, of years together lost, or stolen,” Kate and Gerry McCann, both 53, wrote in an emotional Facebook post ahead of marking 14 years without their oldest daughter. “This year it is particularly poignant as we should…

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ben & j.lo back together!

Weeks after officially pulling the plug on her flailing engagement to baseball star Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez has found comfort in the company of another former fiancé, actor Ben Affleck. The once iconic duo have hung out together multiple times at Lopez’s seven-bedroom Bel-Air mansion since she returned to Los Angeles after shooting Shotgun Wedding in the Dominican Republic. “They are friends,” a source told WHO’s sister publication People magazine. “They have always been friends and they have seen each other through the years.” Now that they’re both single, their friendship is sizzling. “Ben and Jen have been talking in private a lot over the past few months, and now the world knows just how close the two of them are again,” a source told OK! magazine. “When things started to…

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road to romance

Lopez had been married twice before (to model Ojani Noa and dancer Cris Judd), but told Diane Sawyer that Affleck was The One. “What I knew that was different is that I was just more scared … It was too powerful,” she said. “This time it was just smothering me and – so hot, you know, that it was just like – it made me afraid.”…

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delta my miracle survival

She’s had her fair share of health battles throughout her 36 years, and Delta Goodrem admits her latest one caused her to stop and look back on her life. “Losing my speech in 2018 forced me to go back to the beginning and reflect,” the singer tells WHO, after the removal of her salivary gland led to a paralysis of a nerve in her tongue. In an exclusive extract of her book, Bridge Over Troubled Dreams, below, Goodrem reveals the story behind her traumatic start to life and her new song ‘Crash’. “This one is particularly important as it’s how I was brought into this world, fighting, which has been a common thread throughout my life,” she explains. For a very long time, I didn’t feel like the story behind ‘Crash’ was…