My Weekly Latest Issue September 4

My Weekly latest issue Sept 4, 2018 with Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice plus meringue masterclass

My Weekly editor Stuart JohnstoneIt’s the time of year when we have to review the costs of producing your magazine and I’m afraid we are are having to raise our price a little. However, we will always do our best to deliver great value to you, so we are introducing a new shopping page, which will be packed with bargains every week. I do hope you enjoy it. As ever, I am keen to hear what you think of the magazine, so please do get in touch and let me know. Your suggestions, comments – and even constructive criticism – are always welcome!

Stuart Johnstone, Editor

My Weekly is available from September 4-10, available at supermarkets, newsagents and as a subscription.

Take a look at what’s inside…

Meringue Masterclass

My own first attempt at a meringue resembled a sweetened fried egg – minus yolk (at least I got that bit right!). The wonderful Sue Ashworth demystifies the process and adds some delicious, stylish twists too – so whether you’re a novice or a  meringue maestro, it’s well worth picking up this week’s magazine.

Meringues baked with marbled streaks of strawberrry puree

Picture: Jonathan Short

How Old Is Your Heart?

Dr Sarah Jarvis takes a different angle on heart health – what are you doing that may be making your heart older than you are? Discover how you can repair the damage and turn back (or at least pause) the clock, and you’ll soon feel the benefits too.

Woman with jaw-length curly dark hair and mustard jumper, smiling, maj=king heart shape with her hands

Picture: iStockphoto

Time For A Chat

Recognise these ladies? Can you name that film? Might there be a sequel, all these years later? Find out on our Time for a Chat page! Also in our celebrity content this issue we find out what the Duchess of York is up to, chat to long-haired archaeologist Neil Oliver and celebrate the world of hit stage musicals.

HCX0AR NINE TO FIVE, (aka 9 TO 5), Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin, in the 1980 film 9 To 5.

Picture: Alamy

Fabulous Fiction

In big-name author Emma Curtis’ thought-provoking tale Breaking The Rules, we meet Kerry – living alone in the house she shared with her late mother, still eating in the kitchen and watching her mother’s favourite TV shows. She needs to move on – and the strangest thing proves to be a trigger… Plus we have part one of a spooky new serial, and two more lovely short stories to touch your heart.

red haired woman in blue lace dress looking uncertainly in the mirror.

Picture: iStockphoto


Sarah Proctor

I've worked on a variety of regional newspapers and national magazines. My Weekly is a fantastic, warm-hearted brand with an amazing, talented team. I'm a sub-editor and particularly love working on fiction and the advice pages - I feel I should know all the secrets of eternal life, health and happiness by now, but hey, we all need that weekly reminder!