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Around the world
JACINDA Leading from the HEART • As she enters a new year, undoubtedly one of the toughest she will face in her political career, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern talks candidly with Wendyl Nissen about the fight ahead, the unlikely hero who drives her, and how raising daughter Neve is both her escape and her inspiration.
“HOW DID WE END UP HERE?” • It’s hard to believe the brothers who were once each other’s touchstones are now barely speaking. But as Harry and Meghan continue to peddle their “truth” with little regard for family loyalty, can there be any hope of reconciliation? The Weekly’s royal correspondent unpicks the heartache and the healing.
“I AM WHO I AM” Emma Thompson • At 63, the Oscar-winning actress is not only at the height of her acting career, she’s a fabulous role model for women, exploding taboos around sex, motherhood and body image.
Michelle Obama The healing power of knitting • Facing stress, anxiety and helplessness during the pandemic the former First Lady turned to knitting. She tells The Weekly how it helped and shares other lessons from her insightful new book.
JELENA DOKIC “There’s always a light at the end of a tunnel” • In a powerful interview the former tennis star turned TV commentator tells The Weekly about her journey to hell and back and reveals why Australia is not just her home, it’s her heart.
Jackie van Beek & Jesse Griffin THE FIRST COUPLE OF KIWI COMEDY • The hilarious duo reveal how they fell in love, what it’s like living in such a creative household and the important lessons they’re teaching their kids.
The stories behind the gowns • Before she was to marry the future King of England, Lady Diana Spencer was a shy young debutante with a sparse – and far from designer – wardrobe. Now a new book traces her style journey from ingenue to icon and the moments that led to the most famous dress of all time.
Caught in the net of a catfish • Fake celebrities, fake love, real terror, real torture and lives destroyed. Lydia Abdelmalek’s crime was so intricate and strange that it defied the law. Until she went too far.
A day to remember • His life has been documented in the pages of The Weekly for 36 years. Now, it’s Ruff Red’s time for a new chapter.
YOUR STARS for 2023 • The Weekly’s astrologist, Lilith Roch a, is here to help you navigate the year ahead as she interprets what is in store for your astrological sign in 2023.
The Good life • The Weekly’s January guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Paradise found • Breeze through summer in floaty fabrics, pastels and tropical prints that will take you from poolside to dinner with ease.
Ageless beauty • Life hasn’t always been a smooth ride for Trinny Woodall, but at 58, the glamorous beauty entrepreneur shares how she has learned to feel happy in her own skin.
Trinny’s top 3 tips
How to go plant-based • Switching to a plant-based diet can seem overwhelming at first but Ella Mills proves it can be both delicious and easy.
The power of micro-movement • Don’t settle for sore knees and stiff shoulders – keep your body in motion with these small but mighty moves.
Mobilise in one minute • Got a spare moment? Try these easy micro-moves you can do anywhere.
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