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New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly


New Zealand Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

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52 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
pole position

There’s no day like a snow day! The Earl and Countess of Wessex, along with their children Lady Louise (16) and James, Viscount Severn (12), hit the slopes at the exclusive St Moritz resort in Switzerland last week. The Wessexes have made their skiing holidays something of a tradition, jetting off every year around this time to glide down the slopes, with James especially showing a knack for snow sports. The trip will be a welcome break for Sophie (55) and Edward (55), who have had a busy year already as they’ve rallied to fill in for Edward’s nephew Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who have stepped back from royal engagements as they settle in to their equally wintry life in Canada. ARE YOU A COUNTESS? The royals…

1 min.
from the editor

I truly take my hat off to anyone who can make a career doing live telly. I immediately get a pit in my stomach and sweaty palms whenever I’m asked on and start imagining all the worst-case scenarios that could happen. What if I’m suddenly tongue-tied? What if I manage to fall backwards off my chair? What if I say something ridiculous and it goes up on YouTube and I’m for ever known as that person? What if I look as afraid as I really am?! Thankfully , after experiencing pretty sensational nerves, when the camera turns to me something comes over me – maybe I’ve got them out of my system, or maybe it’s an acceptance that it’s too late to run away – and I’m fine. So far none…

8 min.
cut, cut, cut! our terrible tv moments

FOUR LOCAL CELEBRITIES REVEAL THEIR ON-SCREEN SCREAMERS Just because you’re on telly, doesn’t mean you’re always happy about what you see yourself do! For many of our on-screen celebs, life in front of the camera can mostly be fun, always entertaining and occasionally a bit embarrassing. The Weekly talks to four TV personalities who aren’t afraid to admit that, sometimes, it really can go horribly wrong! SUZANNE PAUL INFOMERCIAL HOST & TELEVISION PRESENTER “I have never watched myself [on TV] even from the first advert I ever did because you never look and sound how you think you will. Right from the start I was highly criticised for my accent. Everywhere I went people would say, ‘Oh my God, you’re the lady with the strange voice and the weird accent.’ When I saw myself on the telly I…

4 min.
parenting & the palace candid kate opens up!

It’s her most personal interview ever. And just when it seemed she couldn’t endear herself to the public any more than she already has, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has impressed people by talking honestly about the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood. The mum-of-three spoke for 30 minutes on UK podcast Happy Mum, Happy Baby about moments all other parents can relate to, such as the guilt she feels about times when she can’t be there for Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (22 months). But Kate (38) also opened up about the demands being a member of the royal family puts on her parenting, including being expected to present her babies to the world just hours after giving birth. In the nine years since she married Prince William (37)…

2 min.
royal flush another couple bites the dust

Forget about an “annus horribilis” – for the Queen it was a horrible week when two members of her family publicly announced just six days apart that they were divorcing. After the shock news about grandson Peter Phillips splitting from his wife Autumn, the royals were again rocked when the Queen’s nephew, the Earl of Snowdon, revealed he and wife Serena were going their separate ways after 26 years of marriage. A statement released last week said, “The Earl and Countess of Snowdon have amicably agreed that their marriage has come to an end and that they shall be divorced.” The couple wed in October 1993 and have two children, Charles Armstrong-Jones (20), now Viscount Linley, and Margarita Armstrong-Jones (17). David (58), who became the Earl of Snowdon in 2017 after the death…

2 min.
harry & meghan’s new tv show!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been keeping a low profile since they decamped to Canada, but that doesn’t mean they’re sitting around twiddling their thumbs. Prince Harry and wife Meghan, who are now based on Vancouver Island with son Archie (9 months), have been working on a number of projects, including a series on mental health in collaboration with Oprah Winfrey. The TV show, expected to screen on Apple TV+ later this year, is being made in conjunction with Combat Stress, a charity that helps military veterans struggling with anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. It’s believed Harry (35), who has been candid about his own mental health struggles in the past, has already filmed visits to UK-based hospitals and health centres, and that Meghan (38) is also involved with the…