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TWO THINGS I’D LOVE FOR CHRISTMAS
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In Brief NEWS BITES
Annabel’s new chapter ‘My Christmas miracle’ • The much-loved Kiwi cook tells Emma Clifton about the tough life lessons she’s learnt this year and why she’s hanging out for the festive season.
Annabel’s date with destiny • In Bella: My Life in Food, in a chapter headed “The international man of mystery”, Annabel recounts the time she first clapped eyes on the love of her life and husband-to-be, Ted.
Nigella Ingredients, recipes & stories • This month we bring you an exclusive extract from Cook, eat, repeat – a delicious and delightful combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food evocatively penned by Nigella Lawson.
MAGGIE BEER Love, laughter & loss • She’s known for her passion for food and joy for life, but 2020 has been heartbreaking for Maggie Beer. The beloved cook talks to Juliet Rieden about losing daughter Saskia, how the legacy of the pioneering farmer will live on, and the outpouring of kindness that has taken Maggie’s breath away.
Kiwi toy tycoon • Creating and running an empire is no child’s play, but gorgeous Anna Mowbray was raised to be a game-changer
“My girls have a new life” • It’s been two years since conjoined twins Nima and Dawa were separated by Australian doctors – and now, back at home, they’re flourishing. Samantha Trenoweth catches up with the little Bhutanese girls who stole the hearts of Australians.
Playing Princess Diana • Stepping into the beaded shoes of the 20th Century’s most controversial princess was a huge responsibility for The Crown’s new star Emma Corrin. She tells Juliet Rieden why she thinks Diana never really stood a chance.
Heart of a lion • The extraordinary life of Saroo Brierley captured hearts around the world in the movie Lion, but very little has been known about his mother, Sue, until now. Samantha Trenoweth meets the ‘lioness’ whose fierce courage and unconditional love were forged in her own traumatic childhood.
TO BELARUS with LOVE • Amidst dead-of-night arrests, mysterious poisonings and mass protests in the streets, William Langley meets the savvy, new generation of female leaders risking their lives to bring freedom to Europe’s east.
All creatures GREAT & small • When a pig called Edgar trotted into Pam Ahern’s world, life as she knew it changed forever. Tiffany Dunk reports
Happy ghosts of Christmas past • As 2020 sees many of our festive plans reimagined, Pat looks back at her Christmas columns over the decades, recalling simpler times.
Christmas with the Cocquerels • The Weekly’s Style Director Mattie Cronan spends a leisurely day in the country with three generations of women from the one talented family.
Sunscreen SMARTS • How much do you know about sunscreen? We ask the experts so you can choose wisely
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The butterfly effect • The butterfly-shaped gland at the front of your neck may be small, but its importance to your overall health is enormous. Tiffany Dunk gets an expert view on how to better care for the thyroid – our master energy controller.
Pleasure? GUILTY! • Indulgence often comes with a side serve of shame and regret. But, as Genevieve Gannon discovers, it’s incredibly important for our health to learn to take the guilt out of pleasure.
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