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Andie’s stride of pride
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Jamie Lee Curtis cements her legacy
Lead ladies take London
A coin fit for a King
Around the world
‘It felt like my heart burst open’ • Kiwi supermodel Rachel Hunter gets candid, opening up to writer Emma Clifton about how a journey of self-discovery and connection brought her back to her best.
Rachel’s upcoming trips
Royal insider • Behind palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Is this what really happened inside the court of Harry & Meghan? • In his explosive new book, royal correspondent Valentine Low lifts the veil on the world of palace courtiers, including those working for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, where he found a cauldron of suspicion and bullying in unexpected places.
“I believe everything happens for a reason”-Ash Barty • She’s the proud Ngaragu woman who retired from tennis aged 25 playing the best game of her life. Back on home soil Ash Barty chats to The Weekly about the soaring highs and behind-the-scenes heartache revealed in her new memoir and how she hopes to inspire kids to chase their dreams.
Amanda & Christopher Luxon What really MATTERS TO US • As his fight to run the country ramps up, the National Party leader and his wife Amanda talk to Nicky Pellegrino about making time for their relationship, the life lessons they’ve taught their kids and how they cope with criticism.
GEENA DAVIS How I became a badass role model • When Geena Davis met Susan Sarandon on the set of cult film Thelma & Louise she entered girl power heaven. And making out with blond newcomer Brad Pitt was no hardship either, she reveals in her feisty new memoir.
Isla No place like home • After spending two years in her much-loved homeland, Isla Fisher is gathering her family and preparing once again to take on the world.
HEART OF DARKNESS • From the slums of Brazil, Flordelis dos Santos de Souza rose to become an iconic, almost supernatural figure, adopting children in need, singing gospel, leading a religious movement – she was even elected to parliament. Why then has she now been accused of murder?
“The best year of my life ” • She’s swapped city for country, adopted animals, married the love of her life, and learnt to take her foot off the accelerator since retiring as the Yellow Wiggle. Now Emma Watkins is sharing her next exciting chapter.
Sadness and laughter on the set of The Crown • There’s an emotional poignancy to Season Five of The Crown, which was being filmed when the Queen unexpectedly passed away. The Weekly goes behind the scenes to talk to the stars of the controversial royal TV drama.
Bryce’s parting gift to me • Christine Courtenay recalls the emotional day she discovered a cache of letters written by her late husband, famed writer Bryce Courtenay.
Tis the season • When it comes to pre-Christmas preparation, one shopping rule holds true: Nanna knows best.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s November guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Leader of the pack • As holiday locales beckon, take inspiration from popular destinations to curate your ideal getaway wardrobe.
MAKE-UP TRICKS TO LOOK YEARS YOUNGER • There’s no rule that says we have to wear make-up, but as we get older, it can help us look...