This week's WHO
This year, actress Jessica Marais, plus-sized model Robyn Lawley and six-months-pregnant Kyly Clarke strip down and bare all for our exclusive WHO cover shoot. They join a host of additional stars, also shot exclusively for WHO, to talk about their bodies now and how they’ve learnt to accept them in all their changing and flawed glory. Says The Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Chyka Keebaugh: “At some point, you just have to like yourself. Otherwise it does your head in.”
The Body Survey: WHO asked readers what they really think about their boobs, bums, Botox, bikinis and more, and the results are revealing –– 46% of women say Jessica Alba has the ultimate celebrity body; 58% say the cosmetic procedure they’d most likely consider is a tummy tuck; and 63% of respondents put pressure on themselves to lose weight or stay slim.
ALSO IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE
Beyoncé and Jay Z’s Loved-Up Getaway:
Kissing up a storm during a luxury yacht holiday in Sardinia, Beyoncé and husband Jay Z put to rest rumours of a split. In fact, the show of love, and her attempts to hide an apparently fuller figure, have tied in with renewed buzz the pop star may be expecting a sibling for daughter Blue, 3. “They did have major problems,” a source tells WHO. “But they worked it out.”
The Bachelorette Exclusive:
“This time I’ve found the one!” The Bachelorette star Sam Frost invites WHO into her Sydney home to talk about how she mended her broken heart, giving reality TV romance another shot, and the new suitor who caught her eye. “I felt an instant connection,” she reveals. “A lot of chemistry.”
Tyra Banks’s IVF heartbreak:
The supermodel-turned-mogul talks candidly to WHO about ageing, body bullies and her struggle to start a family: “It’s not so easy. I’ve had some traumatic moments.”
George Clooney—My fears for Amal:
The Hollywood star speaks out about his lawyer wife’s visit to the Maldives,
where she is representing a deposed president charged with terrorism. “Her co-counsel was just stabbed in the head,” he says. “I’m very concerned, quite honestly.”
PLUS … The X Factor goes international!
It’s bootcamp time on the hit Seven Network show. WHO travels to London for the ‘super’ home-visits stage of the competition to chat with special guest stars Simon Cowell, Olly Murs and Rita Ora, plus all the judges including Dannii Minogue, who opens up about the “heart-wrenching” elimination process: “It sounds simple … but it’s not.”