• Havens of relaxation in Ibiza

    Can Curreu Everything about this traditional Ibizan house situated on a hill and surrounded by rich natural scenery contributes to making it a haven of peace. The rooms are located in adjoining houses connected by by cobbled paths, the pool garden offers magnificent views of the bay and guests can enjoy private boat trips around the island. The spa, though, deserves special mention: it's a space based on harmony, a place to indulge your five senses and achieve balance between body and mind. The extensive menu of treatments fuses Eastern and Western wisdom and techniques and includes rituals based

  • Welcome to the first edition of Haute Cuisine

    To purchase the digital edition, click here New from the HELLO! Lifestyle Series, Haute Cuisine is a fresh, exciting read dedicated exclusively to food and celebrity entertaining that’s sure to inspire the gourmet in you to host the perfect dinner party this season. Devoted to the art of creating and achieving aspirational cuisine, you’ll learn how to create the perfect setting for a dinner party and get a rare insight into the secrets of the world’s top chefs and celebrities who love to entertain. With platefuls of tasty reading including:  • Exclusive interviews and recipes from the country’s

  • Former MP Ann is Anton du Beke's flexible friend as she limbers up for dance challenge

    There's no doubt she's giving it her best effort. Just look at pictures of Ann Widdecombe gamely copying Anton Du Beke's pose, with her leg raised to the barre, during training for Strictly Come Dancing, the new series of which gets underway on October 1.  Despite her initial enthusiasm for the new challenge, the former MP has revealed she almost quit the show – after just two hours. "In those first two hours at the Royal Academy of Dance I came as close to walking away from a contract as I have ever come," said Ann, who is currently writing her

  • Pomp and pageantry as Maxima and Willem-Alexander celebrate Prince's day

    Throngs of enthusiastic supporters joined the Dutch royals as they marked Prince's Day in the Netherlands. Travelling through the city in an intricate golden horse-drawn carriage, and wearing their finery, Queen Beatrix and her family toured The Hague. The regal party stopped off at the Ridderzaal - or Knight's Hall - for the official opening of the country's parliament before continuing on to Noordeinde Palace, the monarch's working residence. Crown Princess Maxima was the picture of elegance as she appeared alongside her mother-in-law on the balcony of Noordeinde Palace, to greet well-wishers gathered on the streets below. Click on photo

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