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WHO 5 March 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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in this issue

1 min.
the care factor

editor@who.com Samantha Wills may look like she’s just stepped off the set of Sex and the City, but the New York–based jewellery entrepreneur is still a down-to-earth Australian country girl at heart. Success aside, she has always focused on “giving back” through the Samantha Wills Foundation, which aims to empower women in business and inspire and connect young entrepreneurs. Samantha is one of our Women Who Care—the final instalment of our four-part Women Who 2018 campaign. For the full list of incredible women, jump on to who.com.au . SAMANTHA WILLS CARING BY DESIGN “Whether it be donating time, raising awareness ... or mentoring, we have to find a way to give back.” NATALIE BASSINGTHWAIGHTE EMBRACING SISTERHOOD “It’s really hard to get through life without someone to ... help you believe anything is possible.”…

9 min.
jennifer aniston & justin theroux what went wrong

When Jennifer Aniston celebrated her 49th birthday over lunch at a private Malibu home with eight of her closest girlfriends—including Courteney Cox and longtime yoga instructor Mandy Ingber—she was hoping the rest of the world wouldn’t find out that her husband Justin Theroux was 4,300km away in New York. In fact, a source says she was hoping he would lie low that weekend so as not to raise any uncomfortable questions. “But that’s not Justin’s style,” says an insider of the Leftovers actor, 46, who was instead photographed in the days around her Feb. 11 birthday at a fashion show, walking his dog and taking a boxing class at Gotham Gym. “He just wanted to make the announcement so he can live his life.” That announcement—that the pair were breaking up…

1 min.
the truth about brad

Yes, Aniston and Brad Pitt, 54, are both single now (Pitt and Angelina Jolie called it quits in September 2016 after two years of marriage and 12 years together)— but rekindling their romance? Despite some fans’ fervent hopes, that’s unlikely, says a source with knowledge of Pitt and Aniston’s current relationship: “They haven’t seen each other in ages,” says a source with knowledge of Pitt and Aniston’s current relationship. “For well over a decade now they have lived totally separate lives and so not surprisingly, they have become totally different people than who they once were when they were together.” Pitt and Aniston divorced in 2005 after five years of marriage. Despite the constant tabloid chatter over the years suggesting they never stopped loving each other, both Aniston and Pitt have…

1 min.
what’s at stake

After just two years of marriage, Aniston and Theroux will have to split any assets they share in a divorce, though the pair are believed to have kept most of their properties (like the $US21 million LA home she bought in 2011 and his longtime Manhattan apartment) separate. Attorney David Glass, who’s not involved with the case, says it’s likely a prenup will dictate how their earnings during their marriage will be divided. (Aniston is worth an estimated $200 million, according to Forbes). Her enormous engagement ring? That’s hers to keep, says the expert. “It predates the marriage and therefore is Jennifer’s separate property.”…

6 min.
horror and outrage

DEADLY RAMPAGE CRUZ REPORTEDLY POSTED ON YOUTUBE, “I WANNA SHOOT PEOPLE WITH MY AR-15.” Melissa Falkowski heard the sound of the fire alarm as classes were ending on Valentine’s Day and thought to herself that it was strange to have a drill at the school day’s end. The Parkland, Florida, English teacher began shepherding her students into the second-floor hallway and towards the stairs of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The group had taken only 15 or 20 steps, she says, when it became chillingly clear it was no drill. “No! Go back! Code red!” a school safety officer yelled. Falkowski and her students hurried into a darkened storage room, where the glow of their phones provided the only light as well as confirmation of the horror that was taking place outside. “There’s…

6 min.
lives cut short

Alyssa Alhadeff, 14 The competitive midfielder who wore No. 8 on her jersey for Parkland Soccer Club played “the best game of her life” the day before the shooting, her mother, Lori Alhadeff, told The New York Times. Alyssa was “so smart, an incredible creative writer, and all she had to offer the world was love,” Lori wrote on Facebook. “A knife is stabbed in my heart. I wish I could have taken those bullets for you.” Alex Schachter, 14 The trombone player “beamed with pride” after the state championship the school’s Eagle Regiment Band won last year. “He was a small kid with a tenacity and a quiet drive,” says band director Alex Kaminsky. “He just decided, ‘I’m going to go after this. I’m going to be an awesome trombone player.’ He…