Happy Tuesday! As the kids go back to school, we're genning up on the new-season fashion uniform and nattering about the rather unlikely couple who appear to have Spiced up their holiday. Take a look at what we've got in store for you this week...
Last week, as the scandal surrounding those naked pictures of Prince Harry intensified, it was down to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to save the reputation of Britain’s young royals. So how did they do it?
It’s the trafficking scandal that has rocked America: in the 1980s, hundreds of babies were sold to childless couples in New York-and now, 30 years on, they are trying to find their real parents. Rachel Bernstein talks to Grazia about how she fought for a decade to find her mother.
What happens when your marriage is over but, because of finances, kids or the emotional trauma, you haven’t managed to separate yet? Lucy Butlee explains what it’s like to live together-but separately.
PLUS, we bring you a first look at the season’s hottest buys. And as if that’s not exciting enough, we’ve persuaded all the stores to open up waiting lists just for you-so you’re first in line the minute they arrive!
In Beauty Land, we bring you the details on Chanel’s latest fragrance, Coco Noir – hotly tipped by industry insiders to be the No 5 for the next generation. Grazia reports on the other perfumes making waves and asks: what is it that makes a scent iconic?
Have you got YOUR Grazia?