A royal reunion - Princess Eugenie's 17th birthday bash: In this week's HELLO!

    A glamorous family reunion as the princess celebrates her 17th birthday
    in London. All the fabulous photos, plus much more, in the issue of
    HELLO! hitting newsstands starting today.

    TORONTO, March 29 /CNW/ - Surrounded by 100 of her closest family and
friends, Princess Eugenie celebrated her 17th birthday on March 23 at the
London hot spot the Firehouse. Joined by her parents, the Duke and Duchess of
York - Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, who are still close friends years
after their divorce - and her older sister, Princess Beatrice, 18, Eugenie was
the guest of honour amid a coterie of well-wishers, from Sir Richard Branson's
daughter Holly to pop star Sting's daughter Coco and rocker Bob Geldof's
daughter Pixie. Look to this week's HELLO! for all the glamorous party
pictures and a special 17 year retrospective of Princesses Beatrice and

    Also featured in this week's HELLO!:

    -   Canada's Evangeline Lilly named "TV's Sexiest Woman."

    -   Canadian super-star Nelly Furtado honoured by her hometown, Victoria.

    -   Newlywed rock-star Avril Lavigne settles in to married bliss.

    -   And Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria reflects on fame, role-models
        and small-town roots.

    About HELLO!

    With 60-plus years of success, 10 editions around the world and a reach
of more than eight million readers in over 100 countries, HELLO! magazine has
been launched in Canada by the country's leading consumer publisher: Rogers
Publishing Limited. The Canadian HELLO! presents respectful, up-close and
intimate information on international and national celebrities known and loved
by Canadians. With unparalleled access to celebrities' homes and lives, HELLO!
publishes spectacular photographs, as well as exciting lifestyle sections
featuring fashion, decor, food and travel. The U.K. edition of HELLO! was
launched in 1988, creating the celebrity magazine marketplace in that country,
and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Spanish magazine HOLA!, which first
debuted in 1944.

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