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WHO 12 November 2018

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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1 min.
meghan’s game-changing style

The Duchess of Sussex is breaking all the royal rules – talking politics publicly, opening her own doors and even bringing her mum along to official events – and we’re loving every minute of it. When it comes to her style choices, Meghan has tried a little bit of everything. From Carolina Herrera to a $56 ASOS dress and a mix of conventional and on-trend choices – it’s clear she’s still figuring out the royal version of her personal style. What we do know is that after Meghan had everyone talking when she wore a sheer maxi with thigh-high splits in Bondi, she’s had her last couple of outfits altered slightly to be more demure. The Veronica Beard blue dress Meghan wore to visit a school in Tonga had been…

1 min.
a-listers’ guide to halloween

There’s no denying that celebrities love to go all out when it comes to dressing up. The annual Casamigos Halloween Party in Beverly Hills was filled with the biggest names – and the biggest costumes – on Oct. 26. With everyone from Harry Styles to Rande Gerber and his family in attendance, it was a night not to be missed. The party was hosted by George Clooney (Amal was a no-show) and Gerber, the mansion was decked out with truffle fries, Kobe beef cheeseburger sliders and margaritas. The fun continued well into the night as the crowd danced away to the tunes of Hollywood party DJ Michelle Pesce.…

3 min.
prince charles shock new claims

Prince Charles’ relationship with a young Lady Diana Spencer has been the subject of public deliberation since they first met in 1977. Now, a new book, Charles at 70: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams, written by royal reporter Robert Jobson, makes shocking claims and new revelations about Prince Charles and the royal family. The author has documented the royal family for almost three decades and accompanied Charles for 18 months on a world tour from 1991–1992. “Diana would stare back at him blankly” The biography, which is set to be released to mark the prince’s 70th birthday on Nov. 14, claims that Charles desperately wanted to call off his wedding to Diana, but the pair were forced to marry due to already having had sexual relations. The book claims Charles told close friends years…

3 min.
‘playing chicken with children’s lives’

IN AUGUST, REPORTS BEGAN TO surface that detailed the horrific conditions at the Nauru immigration detention facility. The Guardian published the photo of a young girl in hospital who had tried to take her own life by setting herself on fire. Just days later, they published a second report about another child, whose mental health had deteriorated until he refused to eat and became critically ill. Since winning the seat of Wentworth in the Oct. 20 by-election, independent Dr Kerryn Phelps has made it her priority to get all remaining children off the island. Speaking to WHO, the former president of the Australian Medical Association revealed details about 11 children who were recently removed. “Some children needed to remain in Queensland on arrival for urgent stabilisation,” she says. “I understand that two…

1 min.
synagogue shooting

AT LEAST 11 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AND SIX injured when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Oct. 27. The suspect, 46-year-old Robert Bowers stormed in shouting,“All Jews must die,” before opening fire. He has been charged with 11 counts of criminal homicide and federal prosecutors are calling for him to face the death penalty if found guilty. Just hours after the shooting, President Donald Trump held a rally in Illinois and confirmed that Bowers was in custody. “This evil, anti-Semitic attack is an assault on all of us,”Trump said.“When you have crimes like this, we have to bring back the death penalty. They have to pay the ultimate price.” Details about the shooter have been released, including his hate for Trump and vicious online…

2 min.
jamie’s secret battle

ENJOYING A CAREER renaissance as the star of the new Halloween film, actress Jamie Lee Curtis has opened up about the secret opioid addiction that almost destroyed her life. The star, who turns 60 on Nov. 22, tells WHO she became hooked on painkillers in 1989 after she was prescribed opioids following cosmetic surgery “for my hereditary puffy eyes” and hid her addiction from her family and friends for almost a decade. “I was ahead of the curve of the opiate epidemic,” Curtis, the daughter of screen legends Tony Curtis and his first wife, Janet Leigh, says. “I had a 10-year run, stealing, conniving. No-one knew. No-one.” Speaking about her lowest point, Curtis, who has reprised her iconic role as Laurie Strode 40 years after she launched her acting career in the original…