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Heat Issue 1082

All the juciest celebrity news! The most jaw-dropping celeb pics! The FUNNIEST commentary on the crazy celeb world! The stars' styles that you'll want to copy… and those that you won't! Plus the most comprehensive entertainment and reviews section out there, with the best TV listings in the business.

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1 min.
gary neville & ryan giggs…

FOR DOING THEIR BIT It’s been a tough time for all of us – but none more so than our NHS staff, who are tirelessly working on the frontline to steer us through this crisis. So, fair play to footie icons Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs, who last week offered up the two hotels they co-own in Manchester to public health workers, free of charge. Taking to Twitter, Gary said that, as well as keeping all their staff on full pay, their “176 beds will be occupied by NHS workers and medical professionals”. He added, “Our industry needs to show solidarity, not just for our staff in these uncertain times, but for the people who need the accommodation most in the coming months.”…

1 min.
can’t get to the shops?

In the event of it being difficult tobuy heat due to the coronavirus situation, we should still be available on digital platforms: Download our app from the iOS or Android app stores. We have offers in place with discounts of up to 50 per cent, or you can purchase single issues. Find us on Apple News+ if you have an iPhone, iPad or MacBook. If you’re a Kindle Fire user, download us from the Amazon Newsstand. If you are a print subscriber and we are unable to deliver issues, visit Greatmagazines.co.uk for further information.…

4 min.
posh’s panic together family home

After six years of hard work, David Beckham was meant to have his moment of glory last week, as his very own football team made their home debut at their newly built stadium in Miami. Instead, he and wife Victoria found themselves caught up in the coronavirus panic, worried they could be stuck in the US rather than with their extended family back home. David had flown wife Victoria and their four children – Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and eight-year-old Harper – over to America along with Romeo and Brooklyn’s girlfriends for the first matches. But then came the news that the MLS had decided to postpone the season indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. At first, we’re told the Beckhams decided to stay out in Miami for a…

2 min.
the star exchange

SAFE BET LITTLE LEGENDS This Country’s Daisy May Cooper is expecting her second child with husband Will Weston. They already have a two-year-old daughter, who insists on being called Buckbeak. Read our chat with Daisy and her brother Charlie on page 44. BUY! BUY! BUY! HEART RATES Joe Wicks has volunteered to be the nation’s PE teacher after it was announced all schools will close. The Body Coach himself will provide free online classes at 9am, Monday to Friday. Love you, Joe. GOOD PERFORMANCE KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY Rochelle Humes is having a full-on self-isolating party. The TV presenter is with her family – including lookalike sisters Sophie and Lili Piper and, judging by their Insta-vids, they’re having an absolute ball. STOCK FALLING ARENA GIGS Staying at home is hard, but it’s been made a bit easier with megastars like…

4 min.
coleen: ‘i don’t want our boys to be disappointed’

Thanks to husband Wayne’s illustrious football career, Coleen Rooney has had a life many of us can only dream of. With luxury holidays, designer clothes, mega-mansions and millions in the bank, she has made the most of being one of Britain’s most famous WAGs. And, while she’s very proud of all that Wayne has achieved, we’re told she’s not keen on the couple’s four sons following in his footballing footsteps. Last month, the former England captain put up a video of eldest son Kai at a football training session and all his followers were impressed with the ten year old’s skills, saying he could be as great a player as his dad. But although Wayne, 34, would love him – and other sons Klay, six, Kit, four, and Cass, two –…

1 min.
wayne: ‘i have to protect my family’

He’s always avoided being political and concentrated on football, but last week, Wayne spoke of his anger at the lack of protection given to him and his fellow professionals over the coronavirus outbreak. While other sporting events were cancelled, football was going ahead until Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tested positive for Covid-19 and all games were suspended. Writing in his newspaper column, Wayne said he felt like he was putting his family in danger. “It has been a worrying week,” he said. “One in which you felt a lack of leadership from the government and from the FA and Premier League. The rest of sport – tennis, Formula 1, rugby, golf, football in other countries – was closing down and we were being told to carry on. After the emergency meeting,…