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Australian Women's Weekly
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Finish this sentence… • Best-selling author Nicky Pellegrino’s new novel To Italy, With Love is on sale now.
Around the world
‘The joy of being myself’ • The style-savvy broadcaster opens up to Emma Clifton about finding her voice, being a health nut and the secrets to a happy second marriage.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
What’s really going on with Princess Charlene? • Why has she spent so much of this year away from Prince Albert and their children in Monaco? The word on the streets of this glamorous principality is that Princess Charlene might never return!
First Man Clarke Gayford ‘I STILL HAVE TO PINCH MYSELF’ • In the eye of the storm, our “first bloke” Clarke Gayford talks toddlers, tiaras, tying the knot and his unlikely new television project.
Elizabeth Taylor A life in photos • She was Hollywood glamour personified and over the course of an astonishing six decade-long career, Elizabeth Taylor would continue to captivate audiences. In a new book, eight photographers reveal their memories of the woman who dazzled through their camera lenses.
Netball queen Noeline ‘THERE’S NOTHING BETTER THAN WINNING!’ • After four years as head coach of the Silver Ferns, she’s still dishing out tough love and having a ball.
Murder in Larrimah • The curious investigation into the disappearance of Paddy Moriarty and his kelpie Kellie in a tiny Northern Territory 12-person community.
WHO KILLED THE BEATLES? • Millions of words and hours have been spent on the break-up of the Beatles. But now, half a century on, the history books are being rewritten, old scapegoats exonerated and new culprits brought to light.
The GREAT BRITISH DIAMOND HEIST • British blue bloods, Russian gangsters, a French sleight-of-hand master, fake and mistaken identities and millions of pounds’ worth of diamonds. The lady thief at the heart of London’s most sensational jewel heist has just been jailed but while the gems remain missing, the case is far from closed.
How the heist was pulled off
The world’s most brazen heists
My second chance at life • Six years ago, Sonia McNulty was diagnosed with stomach cancer and when she survived, the 72-year-old took up ballet and says it saved her life.
My post-50 joy • When author Charlotte Wood hit 50 something incredible happened – a surge of power and optimism backed with the wisdom of decades that is still with her six years later.
Dog daze • There’s nothing like a new pooch to bring the next level of devotion in their humans.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s November guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and health
Colour me happy • Time to step out in style in vibrant linen and colourful cotton separates. Layer these bold hues over a swimsuit to get you set for spring.
Here comes the sun • More precisely, here comes the most authentic faux glow of your life. Experts reveal the application tips and tricks you need to know before your next event.
Body work • Slather on these formulas for a tint that suits your skill level and lifestyle.
Prep school • A little effort before you slather on selftanner pays dividends.
Ask the expert • We asked Marc Elrick, Tan-Luxe founder and self-tan guru, to answer our most...