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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.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
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Hello! Limited
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Weekly
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in this issue

5 min.
in tribute: unseen snaps from the royals’ photo albums

‘Dearest Grandpa. We all miss you. Thank you for your dedication and love for us all and especially Granny, who we will look after for you’ Princess Eugenie They are the most photographed family in the world, with cameras following their every move. But we have never had a glimpse into such personal photographs as we did last week, following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99. Senior members of the royal family have opened up their private photo albums in a touching tribute to the much loved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. The most striking image is this previously unseen image (right) of the Queen and Prince Philip in 2018 surrounded by the seven great-grandchildren they had at the time – from left, Prince George, Prince Louis,…

2 min.
close confidants the queen the loyal inner circle always by her side

As the Queen adjusts to life without her beloved husband of 73 years, she can count on a loyal circle of people to rally round, including her dresser Angela Kelly, who has been at her side for a quarter of a century. Despite coming from a vastly different background – Angela grew up in a Liverpool council house – the mother of three has become one of the monarch’s closest friends and will be a huge support as she comes to terms with the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. Angela was working for the UK ambassador to Germany when she first came to the attention of the Queen. She went on to become Her Majesty’s dressmaker and the creative force behind some of her most iconic outfits. “I love the Queen and…

6 min.
remembering the duke of edinburgh the royal family moving personal memories of a father, inspiration and guide

‘My dear Papa was a very special person, who I think would have been amazed by the reaction and the touching things said about him… we are — my family — deeply grateful. It will sustain us at this sad time’ The Prince of Wales Leading the royal family’s tributes to his “dear Papa” last week, the Prince of Wales praised the Duke of Edinburgh’s “remarkable devoted service” to the Queen, his family, the nation and the Commonwealth. An emotional Prince Charles, who now becomes the patriarch of his family, also thanked well-wishers for their support. Speaking outside Highgrove, his Gloucestershire home, he said: “As you can imagine, my family and I miss my father enormously. He was a much-loved and appreciated figure and apart from anything else, I can imagine, he would…

3 min.
paying their own touching tributes william and harry share cherished memories as they remember their ‘mischievous’ grandpa

‘I will never take for granted the memories my children will have of their great-grandpa coming to collect them in his carriage’ They both enjoyed a close bond with their beloved grandfather and last week the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex were united in their grief as they mourned their “extraordinary” and “cheeky” grandpa. Ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, the brothers issued separate but equally moving tributes to him, while Prince William and Kate also shared a sweet photograph of their son Prince George, then aged two, enjoying a carriage ride with his great-grandfather in Norfolk in 2015. Prince Harry shared his own words on the day after he arrived in the UK from California to begin a five-day isolation so that he, too, could play his part…

2 min.
viewing a mass of tributes in london flowers for the duke the prince of wales and the duchess of cornwall are moved by messages of condolence

‘HRH A True Gentleman. Thank you for your devoted service to our country. We shall miss you’ As the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall cast their eyes over the sea of beautiful bouquets laid in honour of the Duke of Edinburgh, the air was filled with emotion. Among the many heartfelt messages was one that summed up the thoughts of a nation: “HRH A True Gentleman. Thank you for your devoted service to our country. We shall miss you.” Others had words for the Queen, expressing sorrow and support at this time of profound loss, while another included a model of a Land Rover – a specially modified Land Rover carried the Duke’s coffin – with “The Duke RIP” written on its roof. The flowers had been displayed at Marlborough House,…

3 min.
continuing the duke of edinburgh’s legacy the princess royal recalls family sailing trips with her father as she visits cowes in his memory

‘I can understand why he was here regularly… days out were great fun’ The Princess Royal Sailing was her father’s great passion, so it was perhaps fitting that the Princess Royal’s first official engagement following the Duke of Edinburgh’s death was at two prestigious yacht clubs where he spent many happy times. “I can understand why he was here regularly,” Princess Anne said during a poignant visit to the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, five days after Prince Philip passed away. Anne, 70, recalled how her father enjoyed yacht racing during Cowes Week and reminisced about learning to sail with him on Bloodhound, a 63ft ocean-going yacht owned by the royal family in the 1960s. “Days out were great fun,” she said. While the Queen has cancelled most of the…