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the Christmas spirit • At home, with friends, or flying solo, the festive season is a time to embrace the people and places you hold most dear. We check in with some of our favourite celebs to see what their holidays have in store.
Little big miracles • Katrina Kirk was just 26 when a cancer diagnosis shattered her most cherished dreams. But a pioneering Australian medical treatment gave her a chance at motherhood, making this a very special Christmas for Katrina, husband Steve and their longed-for daughter, Layla.
Chrissie Swan • With her kids entering their own new life stages and a career that has never been stronger, next year Chrissie Swan is preparing to do something out of the ordinary: She’s doing something just for herself.
The land of Christmas kindness • Twelve months ago, flash floods tore through the Cabonne district in central western NSW. Now, as they ready themselves for Christmas, locals are thankful for good neighbours, second chances and new beginnings.
Zara Tindall • Mother-guilt, precious moments with the late Queen and the fun of the Magic Millions – Zara and Mike Tindall talk to The Weekly as they prepare to head Down Under.
“We Won’t Let This Happen Again” • Ten people’s lives were lost in the devastating Hunter Valley bus crash in June. Now, facing Christmas without loved ones, three parents speak to The Weekly about their quest for a safer world.
The joy of seeing Diana again • I thought Watching TV hit The Crown delve into the last months of Diana’s life in its final season would feel exploitative and ghoulish – in fact it was healing.
Marcia Hines • In a fascinating, heartfelt conversation with The Weekly, Marcia Hines shares the moments in life that have moved her heart and soul.
“Next Christmas I’ll Be a married woman! • Sophie Delezio is ready to celebrate the holiday season with her best friend and fiancé, Joseph, after a year that’s seen an engagement, a move to a new home and another critical surgery.
Love At First Sight • Andy Lee found the love of his life in a chance encounter. Close to a decade later, he and Bec Harding stumbled across their forever home in a similarly serendipitous way.
Rewriting a Greek Tragedy • The children and grandchildren of deposed King Constantine II of Greece have wealth, beauty and fame, and are some of Europe’s most glamorous royals. But they do not have a kingdom … yet.
Two of a kind • They blazed to fame with their YouTube cooking show parodies before going on to create awardwinning crime comedy Deadloch. Now, the two Kates are up for their biggest challenge yet – surviving the holiday season.
The little koala that could • When Albert was five months old, no one was sure whether he’d live to see Christmas. But thanks to ‘koala whisperer’ Hayley Shute, he’s thriving.
Barbra Streisand No regrets • Barbra Streisand writes candidly about her loves and losses in her must-read new memoir. Here, she talks about a fleeting, heady relationship with handsome Miami Vice star Don Johnson.
Caring for the carers • As we head into the festive season, it’s time to shine a light on those selfless young people who always put others first.
Finding grace at Christmas • At this time of year, joy, anxiety, frustration and loneliness co-exist in the emotional holiday melting pot – but it’s also when, more than ever, experiencing awe connects us, explains Julia Baird.
Are you a people pleaser? • Christmas is a time of giving, but where do you draw the boundaries? We speak to the experts about how to make...