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The ‘Quiet Heart’ of Queen Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022 • She was our longest-serving monarch – an inspirational sovereign, global icon and deft stateswoman with a gentle twinkle in her eye – who selflessly dedicated her life to service and duty. Here we bid goodbye to our Queen, and look at the girl and woman behind the crown.
An outpouring of love • In death as in life, the Queen was a unifying force, bringing people together, and as the days counted down to the biggest funeral of the 21st century, our incomparable sovereign was enveloped in an uplifting aura of affection.
The Queen & The Weekly • During the Queen’s 70 years on the throne – and long before – The Weekly has been on hand to report on all the most significant moments in Her Majesty’s life and reign.
The royal WALKABOUT • With the advent of the walkabout in New Zealand in 1970 – a development that eschewed centuries of tradition – the Queen delighted onlookers who were suddenly able to see the monarch up close.
‘The day I met Her Majesty’ • Our columnist recalls the moment she crossed paths with the woman her family lovingly called their “little Queen”.
Kiwis at the Emmys
Bold women dominate Emmys • The Emmys opened with Oprah Winfrey glowing in a white tuxedo doing what she does best, invoking dreams and resilience. The hilarious Jennifer Coolidge showed why audiences adore her, dancing as the music tried to nudge her off stage. Actress Sarah Snook was radiant in a pale lavender gown while celebrating the Emmy Succession won for Best Series.
Margrethe’s milestone • Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark read a heartfelt tribute to his mother Queen Margrethe to mark her Golden Jubilee, saying, “I follow you as you followed your father and as Christian will follow me. In this way, our lives overlap – fortunately – but you alone have the helm. The command has only one owner on the bridge between generations with the same mission.”
Around the world
AGAINST ALL ODDS • It’s 20 years since 202 people were killed in bomb blasts in Bali. At the time, doctors believed Therese Fox would die from her injuries, but she defied the odds to continue life as a mother, a nurse and then a grandmother.
STAR MAN • Elon Musk is the wealthiest man in the world and perhaps the most eccentric, but with his girlfriend out of sight for months could he also be the loneliest?
Taking flight • As the wedding of the year approaches, memories of trips past come flying back.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s November guide to food, beauty, homes and good health
Break the fall • If your ponytail looks thinner and your part-line wider, it’s time to take swift action. We shed light on shedding and share expert secrets to thicker, fuller hair.
Va-va-volume • Ali Holmes from Wildlife Hair Sogo shares the secret to bigger, bouncier hair.
How to TONE YOUR ARMS • Retaining a strong upper body as we age is essential for feeling well and capable. And for those who don’t love the gym, it can be as simple as setting aside a little time each week to build strength.
The art of complaining • Making a fuss. Whining. Grumbling. Complaining is often looked at as a negative, but if you learn how to finesse the art, great things can happen.
Cooking over coals • The smell of a barbecue evokes summer with friends and...