Hello! takes readers inside the life of the controversial young Royal.
Also in this week's issue: Canada's Glamorous Walk of Fame inductees,
inside the home of Canadian Idol judge Jake Gold and the latest on
Jennifer Aniston and Paris Hilton. The latest issue of Hello! hits
TORONTO, June 15 /CNW/ - Disappointed at being denied the chance to serve
alongside his men in Iraq in May, Prince Harry recently jetted into Calgary
for top secret military training. But the young royal's presence certainly
hasn't gone unnoticed. The fun-loving prince let his hair down with his fellow
comrades at a local nightclub in the Canadian city, much to the delight of
many of his Albertan female fans. With speculation that the handsome
22-year-old could soon be sent to Afghanistan, this week's issue of Hello!
magazine takes readers inside the life of the prince. And, as the tenth
anniversary of Princess Diana's death approaches, he and his older brother,
Prince William, open up about their mother's legacy and how much they miss
her. "I think she'd be happy in the way that we're going about (our lives),"
says Harry. "Over the last ten years, I personally feel as though she's always
there." See the intimate photos and revealing report in Issue 41 of Hello!
Magazine, on Canadian newsstands from Thursday, June 14.
Canada Honours Home-Grown Talent on Walk of Fame
The red carpet was rolled out to honour eight of the country's finest
actors, musicians, sports stars and humanitarian heroes by inducting them into
Canada's Walk Of Fame at Toronto's Hummingbird Centre on Saturday night. One
of this year's most glamorous inductees was Edmonton-born Crossing Jordan
actress Jill Hennessy, who shared her special moment with her hunky actor
husband Paolo Mastropietro and identical twin sister, Jacqueline. "It's such
an honour," she said. "Being here in Canada is the best." Also excited to
become one of the newest Walk Of Famers was For Your Consideration's Catherine
O'Hara. "I'm a proud Canadian, and more than a little embarrassed about all
this attention turned my way," revealed the modest comedy actress. A big ice
hockey fan, she had an especially exciting encounter on the red carpet when
she met fellow inductee former Toronto Maple Leaf great Johnny Bower. "I'm so
happy to meet you," she said smiling from ear to ear. Full coverage of the
glamorous event in this week's Hello!
Also featured in this week's issue of Hello!
- JENNIFER ANISTON: the former Friends star's new romance heats up
- PARIS HILTON: back in jail, the embattled hotel heiress vows to change
- JAKE GOLD: inside the Toronto home of the music producer and Canadian
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