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‘When we first
met, I was like,
“I just want to
get it out of the
way—I’m a huge
fan.” I was full
stalker status.
I was like, “Hey,
you want to go
out on a date
with me?”’
‘The person
I ended up
with was not
the person
I originally
met. And
that wasn’t
my fault—
that was his.’
—JOHN
KRASINSKI,
on meeting wife
Emily Blunt,
on The Graham
Norton Show
—KALEY
CUOCO,
on her split from
ex-husband
Ryan Sweeting, to
Cosmopolitan
Q&A
Drew
Barrymore
The actress, 43, stars as
a real estate agent turned
zombie in Netflix’s horror
comedy Santa Clarita Diet
Are you used to the
gore now that the series
is in its second season?
When people are like,
“It’s so bloody,” we don’t
see it that way. It’s a show
about a marriage and how
a longtime couple would
function if they had their
lives turned upside down.
—MINDY KALING,
joking about daughter
Katherine, on Today
The couple in the show
work well together.
And I liked that! I don’t
want to see them bickering;
that bums me out, and it’s
available in real life all the
time. I want to see them
have each other’s back.
‘They all
were like,
“Get the
drugs.” ’
—AMERICA
FERRERA,
on the pregnancy
wisdom (an epidural)
that her Sisterhood
of the Traveling Pants
costars shared, to
People
‘I’m proud of
the father and
the husband I am
today because
of all of the work
that I’ve done.’
‘When I walked down the
Victoria’s Secret runway...
people used to think, “Oh, she’s
one of the top angels. That’s
why she has a long train.” I was
covering up my cellulite.’
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—TYRA BANKS,
on her modeling insecurity, to E! News
—JAY-Z,
on going to therapy
with wife Beyoncé to
overcome his infidelity
scandal, on My Next
Guest Needs No
Introduction
You got a concussion onset while filming season 1.
Any more mishaps?
No. That was the end
of a wonderful era. I totally
was a baller and always
threw myself in there like
in Charlie’s Angels.
And now?
I’ll never do my own stunts
again. I could’ve died, and
it was really scary. And I
have two children [Olive, 5,
and Frankie, 3], so I will be
sitting on the sidelines.
—DANA ROSE FALCONE
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‘You start
wondering, “Does
she care about
me [or] know
about me besides
that I’m a food
source for her?” ’
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On the Cover
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MARIAH CAREY
BRAD PITT
KATE GOSSELIN
HILLARY SCOTT
ALI WENTWORTH
& GEORGE
STEPHANOPOULOS
This Week
contents
Vo l. 89 / No. 18
42
Mariah Carey reveals
her battle with bipolar
disorder—and shares
how she’s coping with
the illness.
17 SCOOP
All about Kate Hudson’s
pregnancy and more!
49 HILLARY SCOTT
The Lady Antebellum singer
has her hands full with identicaltwin daughters
55 MILLIONAIRE
MURDER MANHUNT
Wealthy businessman Peter
Chadwick is accused of
murdering his wife, Quee Choo—
but he may have fled the country
to escape justice
59 BUSY PHILIPPS
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The actress’s funny take on
motherhood and marriage has
made her an Instagram
sensation
65 FRANCESCO CLARK
Paralyzed at age 24, the skincare mogul turned tragedy into
business success
66 RAISING BABIES
BEHIND BARS
A Washington State prison’s
nursery program helps inmates
become better parents
76 LILY RICCIO
The high school sophomore uses
her website to bring the advice
of powerful women to teen girls
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Actress and author Ali
Wentworth opens up about
life with her husband, GMA
star George Stephanopoulos.
78
Cyndi Lauper and Rod Stewart
talk friendship—and who once
made a fashion faux pas.
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SKIN ENVY
A routine for instant nourishment and visibly healthy skin.
Let the compliments begin.
AGELESS
LET THE
GAMES
(ALMOST)
BEGIN!
Bath, April 6
Prince Harry and fiancée
Meghan Markle attended
the U.K. Team Trials for
the 2018 Invictus Games,
Harry’s Paralympic-style
competition for wounded
and recovering service
members. (This year’s
games will be held in
Sydney in October.) On
April 9 the couple requested
that in lieu of wedding gifts,
well-wishers support one of
seven handpicked charities
to honor their wedding day.
ROYALS ON
THE GO!
While William and Kate prepare
for the any-day-now arrival
of baby No. 3, Prince Harry and
Meghan Markle made a sporty
appearance ahead of their May 19
wedding—and Charles and
Camilla toured Down Under.
On April 6 Terri, Robert and Bindi
Irwin, the family of late Crocodile
Hunter star Steve Irwin, greeted
Prince Charles on Lady Elliot Island
during his royal tour of Australia.
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Camilla, Duchess
of Cornwall, tested
her table tennis
skills on April 5
while touring the
Gold Coast
Commonwealth
Games Athletes’
Village.
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‘WORK’ HARD,
PLAY HARD!
Milan, April 5
Rihanna’s niece Majesty, who
turns 4 in June, helped the
singer celebrate the Italian
launch of her Fenty Beauty
collection in a pink ball pit.
‘GONNA
FLY’ AGAIN!
Philadelphia, April 6
Sylvester Stallone posed
with Rocky Balboa’s statue
during a break from filming
the upcoming Creed sequel,
in which he’ll reprise his role
as the boxing legend.
Big sister-tobe Molly,
21 months,
attended
with dad
Kevin and
“loved the
cake!”
ANOTHER
BACHELORETTE
BABY ON THE
WAY!
Malibu, April 8
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno, who will
welcome her second child and
first son in May, celebrated with
friends at a blue jean babythemed fete at the Malibu Beach
Inn. “It was lovely,” says the
former Bachelorette, 33,
of the Be Inspired
PR-planned bash.
“I felt very grateful
and very loved.”
Tables featured
blooms by
Hidden Garden
Flowers.
7
Lea Michele celebrated
#wellnesswednesday with an April 4
Instagram snap from a beach getaway.
SUN ,
SAN D &
SKI N!
Brian Austin Green
and wife Megan Fox
packed on the
PDA during an
ocean-side stroll
April 1 while on
vacation in KailuaKona, Hawaii.
Newlywed Emily
Ratajkowski caught
some rays in a cutout
one-piece in this
April 5 Instagram shot.
Thor star Chris
Hemsworth made
waves in his native
Byron Bay, Australia,
on April 9.
Olympian
Gus Kenworthy
ditched the slopes for
a sunbath on April 6,
flaunting his impressive
abs (and body art) in
Miami Beach.
On April 2
Timeless star
Abigail
Spencer and
boyfriend Josh
Pence went for
a walk in
Tulum, Mexico.
“Peace good
people,”
Gabrielle
Union
captioned an
April 1
Instagram
snap in
Miami Beach.
(FOX & GREEN) BACKGRID; (SPENCER & PENCE; HEMSWORTH; KENWORTHY) SPLASH NEWS(3)
Jacob Sanchez
Diagnosed with autism
Lack of speech is a sign of autism. Learn the others at autismspeaks.org/signs.
On April 5 Justin
Timberlake snapped
another photo with Ryan
“Selfie Kid” McKenna at his
Man of the Woods Tour stop
in Boston—two months after
they met at the Super Bowl.
FEBRUARY
Have mercy! Former
Full House costars
(from left) Candace
Cameron-Bure, John
Stamos and Bob Saget
attended the 2018
Beverly Hills Film
Festival on April 4.
More than 10 years after
The Simple Life ended,
Paris Hilton and Nicole
Richie crossed paths at
the Daily Front Row
Fashion Awards on April 8.
REUNITED—
& IT FEELS
SO GOOD!
1987
2003
2000
“Look who I found in Chicago,”
Lucy Hale captioned a March 25
Instagram shot with former
Pretty Little Liars love interest
Ian Harding.
2010
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It’s been nearly 18 years
since Charlize Theron
and Joaquin Phoenix
starred in The Yards, but
they were all smiles
when they ran into each
other at an L.A. art
exhibit on April 5.
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StarTracks
PARENTS’
NIGHT
OUT
Los Angeles,
April 8
Chrissy Teigen (in
Alexandre Vauthier)
attended the Daily
Front Row Fashion
Awards alongside
husband John Legend,
with whom she’ll
welcome her second
child in June.
SHE’S A STAR!
Los Angeles, April 3
Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter
struck a pose at the unveiling of her star on
the Hollywood Walk of Fame. “This day I
will never forget,” she wrote on Instagram.
LIKE MOTHER, LIKE
DAUGHTER
New York City, April 8
Fashion runs in the family! Catherine ZetaJones and Carys Zeta Douglas, her 14-yearold daughter with Michael Douglas, enjoyed
a mother-daughter date night at the Dolce &
Gabbana Alta Moda Fashion Show.
ROCKING
OUT FOR
A CAUSE
TOASTING
10 YEARS ON
TODAY!
New York City, April 4
Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford
clinked cocktails at the Rainbow Room
to celebrate their 10th anniversary
of cohosting Today’s fourth hour.
Inset: the pals’ first broadcast
on April 7, 2008.
Vail, Colo.,
April 5
Olympic medalist
Lindsey Vonn
sported sequins
and a pink wig to
raise money at
her Lindsey Vonn
Foundation’s ’70s
Glam Jam Gala.
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On March 29
Amal
complemented
her tweed
Chanel
ensemble with
Jimmy Choo
pumps and a
Roger Vivier
handbag.
For an April 5 date
night with George,
Amal wore a fuzzy
floral coat and a
leather legging-denim
short combo by
Alexander Wang.
The Ivy
League
professor
paired a tan
trench with
a black top
and plaid
wide-leg
trousers for
an April 5
outing.
Amal added
a pop of
color to her
April 3 outfit
with a
Michael Kors
trench.
AMAL’S CAMPUS COUTURE!
New York City
Human-rights attorney Amal Clooney (who welcomed twins Alexander
and Ella with husband George Clooney in June 2017) is back in the
classroom, spending the spring as a visiting law professor at Columbia
University—and introducing high fashion to higher education!
“It wasn’t quite the chaotic, emotional jump
that occurred from one to two [children],”
Minkoff—whose nursery nook was designed
by home store Serena & Lily—says of the
family’s new routine with three kids. “Now if
we’re going anywhere, we have to plan an
hour ahead of when we have to leave.”
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MAKING ROOM FOR BABY!
Fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff and husband Gavin Bellour
welcomed son Nico Valentine on Feb 10, and the baby boy is a perfect fit!
Their third child joins big brother Luca Shai, 6, and sister Bowie Lou, 3.
“Our son has been great,” the designer says of how the latest addition has
been received at home in Quogue, N.Y. “He’s been more
mature about it. We thought our daughter would be jealous, but she’s
been really good. We’re quite pleased with the adjustment!”
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NEW
APRIL 23, 2018
ALL T
NEWSHE
BUZZ &
FRO
HOLLY
WOOM
D
Artist,
architect and
MIT professor
Oxman (right, in
2013) “is genius
and gorgeous,”
says a source in
her field.
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SINCE HIS SPLIT FROM
BRAD PITT
DATING A
PROFESSOR?
Angelina Jolie in
September 2016, Brad
Pitt has kept out of
the spotlight, leaning
on his support system
of family and friends.
Now he may have
someone new in his
corner: The actor, 54,
has met up a few times
with accomplished
architect and MIT
professor Neri Oxman,
whom he reportedly got
to know through an
architecture project.
“He likes women who
challenge him in every
way, especially in the
intellect department,”
says a source of the
actor, an art and design
enthusiast. A Pitt source
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Who is Neri
Oxman?
says the two are “just friends.” But another
insider notes the actor has been flying
frequently to the East Coast. He dropped by
one of Oxman’s classes last fall and was spotted
at MIT again a few weeks
‘HE LOOKS
ago. “It took him a long time
GREAT AND
to date, but he is now,” says
SEEMS THE
HEALTHIEST
the insider. “There hasn’t
HE HAS BEEN
been any talk about a special
IN YEARS’
someone, though.”
—A PITT SOURCE
Although Pitt and Jolie
are still negotiating the terms of their divorce
and custody of their six children—Maddox, 16,
Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 11, and twins
Vivienne and Knox, 9—the actor is starting to
The Israeli-born
architect, 42,
teaches at the
MIT Media Lab
and exhibits
her biologically
inspired work
(below) at
museums
worldwide. She’s
divorced and has
been linked
romantically to
hedge-fund
billionaire Bill
Ackman. “She’s
very ambitious,”
says a source.
“And stunning.
She’s a star.”
From left:
Shiloh, Knox,
Zahara and
Vivienne with
Jolie in 2017. The
kids often visit
Pitt, who
“cherishes his
time with them,”
says a source.
act “more like the old
happy and charming Brad,”
says the insider. “But he
wants to spend more time
with his kids.” For now he’s
set to star alongside
Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino’s
upcoming Manson Family murders film Once
upon a Time in Hollywood, and he seems to be
easing back into the social scene. “Separating
was very sad and shocking to him, but he
started taking care of himself again,” adds the
insider. “He seems much, much happier.”
—JULIE JORDAN with reporting by Pernilla Cedenheim,
Megan Johnson and Linda Marx
CHANNING TATUM & JENNA DEWAN
LIFE AFTER THE SPLIT
One week after announcing their decision to “lovingly
separate” in a joint statement, Channing Tatum and
Jenna Dewan are both spending time with their daughter
Everly, 4, and focusing on the future. A source says,
“They’re doing okay” and insists the split wasn’t caused
by infidelity. “There was no other person; it was just a
series of issues resulting from both having busy careers
in diferent locations and a child at home,” says an
insider. “It happens to the best marriages. They will
do what is needed to be good parents.” In the meantime
they’re keeping busy with work, including the YouTube
series Step Up: High Water, which they coproduce.
“All existing projects and those in development will
continue as planned,” a separate source confirms.
Dewan, 37, is filming the Fox musical pilot Mixtape and
returning as host for season 2 of NBC’s World of Dance,
while Tatum, also 37, is developing the upcoming X-Men
movie Gambit. —KARA WARNER with Linda Marx
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Dewan
(left) made her first
appearance without
a wedding ring on
April 7. The couple
announced their split
on April 2 after
nearly nine years
of marriage.
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In one of his
few post-split
appearances,
Pitt mingled
with Amazon
CEO Jeff Bezos
and Sean Penn
at a benefit for
Penn’s Haiti
charity on
Jan. 6, 2018.
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How She Hid
Her Bump!
CARDI B
HER BABY JOY
After months of pregnancy buzz, “Bodak
Yellow” rapper Cardi B finally confirmed she
and fiancé Offset are expecting a baby
when she flaunted her bump April 7
while performing on Saturday Night
Live. “Cardi and I look forward to our
next chapter together,” 26-year-old
Offset (aka Kiari Cephus, of hip-hop trio
Migos) tweeted after the reveal, which came
after she seemingly referenced rumors of
his cheating in her new single “Be
Careful.” Though Cardi received plenty
of love on social media, the Bronx native
Cardi (real name: Belcalis Almanzar)
fended off the haters with her trademark
sass. “I started winning when the whole
world was doubting on me,” Cardi, 25,
tweeted April 8. “Think imma lose with my
little baby counting on me?” —MELODYCHIU
THEN OW
&N
Expecting a girl? “I’m
going to ... give her all
the kisses!” Cardi’s
sister Hennessy
Carolina reportedly
wrote in a now-edited
Instagram post.
Whether at the
NBA All-Star
Game or awards
shows, Cardi
concealed her belly
with ruffles, frills
and feathers.
Lachman is
mom to
daughter
Mathilda, 2.
1975:
As the
Fonz on
Happy
Days.
ALTERED
CARBON’S
DICHEN
LACHMAN
Four decades after his breakout role as Arthur “Fonzie”
Fonzarelli on the sitcom Happy Days, Henry Winkler, 72,
says he doesn’t take any acting opportunities for granted.
“No matter who you are or what you’ve achieved in your
life, in this particular industry you’re always at the starting
line,” he says. So he was thrilled when he landed a role
alongside Bill Hader in the critically acclaimed HBO dark
comedy Barry (Winkler plays a pretentious acting teacher
to Hader’s hit man.) When he’s not acting or
working on his successful series of children’s
books, Winkler spends his free time
fly-fishing with Stacey, his wife of 40
years. (They have two adult sons and
a daughter.) “She’s very good,” he
says. “You can learn [to fly-fish] in a
With Hader in
half an hour, and you will perfect it
HBO’s Barry,
for the rest of your life.”
which airs
—KARA WARNER
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April 23, 2018 PEOPLE
Sundays at
10:30 p.m.
‘I HAVE LOVED
EVERY MINUTE
OF [MY ACTING
CAREER].
I AM LIVING
MY DREAM’
—AILINAHAS
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Henry Winkler
Born in Nepal
and raised in
Australia, Dichen
Lachman, 36,
always dreamed
of acting. So the
actress relishes
her role on
the Netflix
sci-fi series
Altered Carbon—
including
the nude fight
scene she filmed
with costar
Joel Kinnaman.
“It was
empowering,”
she says. “After
that, I felt I could
do anything!”
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KATE GOSSELIN
READY TO DATE—
ON REALITY TV!
Kate Gosselin is the first to
admit she’s not the easiest
woman to date. “I’m very
complicated, to say the least,”
says the reality star, who
finalized her contentious
divorce from Jon Gosselin
more than eight years ago
after 10 years of marriage. As
a busy single mom to eight
kids—17-year-old twins Mady
and Cara and 13-year-old
sextuplets Aaden, Joel, Collin,
Alexis, Hannah and Leah—
Gosselin, 43, says dating
“never really fit into my life.”
Her postdivorce ups and
downs were captured on
camera for TLC’s Kate Plus 8.
Now, with her two oldest
heading off to college next
year, Gosselin is shifting some
of her focus back on herself.
She’ll be searching for love on
TLC’s new series Kate Plus
Date, premiering this fall.
Her kids approve, she says.
For Mady and Cara “it almost
became a worry for them, like
‘Mommy, you’re going to be
all alone soon!’ Now that
they’re older and talking
about dating and how they’re
all going to get married
someday, it became apparent
they want someone for me.”
Gosselin sees the camera
crew as a bonus. “A lot of
people I meet wouldn’t be
comfortable and would
inevitably ask the question,
‘Does this mean I have to be
on TV?’ But that becomes a
moot point because if I’m now
meeting them in this context,
it means they’re okay with
cameras,” she says. After
going through heartbreak
and being single for years,
the star is staying openminded about her potential
dates—but definitely has
a few deal breakers. “I do want
someone with a set career who
is confident,” she says. “And
most of all, must love dogs!”
She won’t compromise
when it comes to her children.
Says Gosselin: “This person
won’t be my kids’ dad, but I
would love for him to be
someone they can ask for
advice. It would be great for
my kids to have someone they
can feel is like a real friend.”
—KATE COYNE
‘WORDS LIKE
“OLD MAID” AND
“SPINSTER”
STARTED TO
COME TO MIND,
AND I REALIZED
I DON’T
WANT THAT TO
BE MY FATE’
—KATE GOSSELIN
“I am so proud
of my kids. They are
strong as nails,”
says Gosselin (with,
clockwise from top
left: Joel, Aaden,
Cara, Alexis,
Leah, Hannah
and Mady).
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DIVORCING
Brooke Burke
& David
Charvet
On April 6 the
former Dancing
with the Stars host,
46, filed for divorce
from the Baywatch
actor, 45. The pair,
who share
daughter Rain, 11,
and son Shaya, 10,
wed in 2011.
HOT NEW
COUPLE
SPLIT
Dominic Cooper
& Ruth Negga
The Mamma Mia! actor, 39, and Oscar
nominee for Loving, 36, split after eight
years of dating. The exes met working
on a play in 2009 and costarred on the
AMC drama Preacher.
A CHECKUP ON THE
LATEST CELEBRITY
ROMANCES
DIVORCING
The Star Trek star, 37, is dating
The Mummy actress (Chris
Martin’s ex-girlfriend), 33. The two
“were very comfortable together”
at an April 4 Black Cow Vodka
event in Malibu, says a source.
Jonathan Scott
& Jacinta Kuznetsov
The Property Brothers star, 39, and his
girlfriend, 29, a producer at his company,
have parted ways after two years together.
“There’s no drama,” he said on Instagram.
Jennie Garth & Dave Abrams
They hit what a source called a “rocky
patch” last fall, and now the Beverly
Hills, 90210 star’s marriage is over after
less than three years. Abrams, 36, filed
for divorce from Garth, 46 (a mom of
three with ex Peter Facinelli), on April 6.
ROSEANNE’S LECY GORANSON
THE ORIGINAL BECKY RETURNS!
When Lecy Goranson left ABC’s hit sitcomRoseanne
after five seasons to attend Vassar College, she was
focused on her future. Now as she reprises her role
as Roseanne’s daughter Becky, the Chicago-area
native, 43, admits returning to the show 25 years
later was “a little overwhelming. But the whole cast
fell right back into place”—including actress Sarah
Chalke, who replaced Goranson in 1993 and in the
revival plays a woman who wants to hire Becky to
carry her child as a surrogate. When she’s not filming,
Goranson loves theater, poetry and sports.
“Golfing, martini at 5, a Cubs game,” she says.
“That’s a great day for me.” —JULIE JORDAN
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Goranson
with
Roseanne
Barr and
John
Goodman
in 1992.
Together
again on
the reboot
(airing
8 p.m.
Tuesdays
on ABC).
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SUSAN LUCCI
FEELING SEXY
AT 71!
Watching
Taylor, 28,
perform songs
with “just
her and a
piano are some
of the best
memories I
have,” he says.
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‘DON’T TRY
TO LOOK LIKE
YOUR TEENAGE
DAUGHTER’
—ON DRESSING
FOR YOUR AGE
Lucci (in
Barbados
Feb. 13)
dresses
sizes XXXS
to XXXL
with her
new QVC
line.
Why did you
decide to launch
an activewear line,
the Susan Lucci
Collection?
I live in my
activewear! I would
go out to dinner
in workout clothes,
and people would
compliment my
outfit. I wanted pieces
to wear anywhere.
What’s your
advice for looking
stylish at any age?
Sometimes we put
labels on ourselves
and think, “Oh, this
is appropriate,” and
you end up looking
older than you are.
Nobody wants that.
Follow your heart.
You were recently
photographed on
vacation in a red
swimsuit and
looked amazing!
I occasionally buy
a bikini, but I’m too
shy to wear it. There
are times we’re in
a secluded place,
and someone will
come up to me
on the beach. So I’m
a one-piece person!
What keeps you
feeling confident
in your 70s?
As women it’s easy
to find the faults
in ourselves. Be your
own best friend:
Don’t compare
yourself [to others],
and don’t be so
hard on yourself.
—COLLEEN
KRATOFIL
JON BON JOVI
READY FOR ROSÉ!
The
wine’s name
is a nod to the
rocker’s East
Hampton,
N.Y., estate.
Jon Bon Jovi is swapping guitars for
grapes with his latest project: Diving
into Hampton Water, a line of rosé
wine he started with his oldest
son Jesse, 23. “When you’re in
a band, you always say it’s like
a family. But when you’re
really working with your
family, it’s totally diferent,”
says Bon Jovi, 56, also
dad to Stephanie, 24, Jacob,
15, and Romeo, 14, with
his wife of almost 29
years, Dorothea, 55.
“It’s been a dream.”
“I walk into
meetings with
Jesse, and I go
‘Wow,it’sMini-Me,’
” Bon Jovi says
of working with
his son (inset).
AUSTIN SWIFT
Finding His
Own Way in
Hollywood
His sister Taylor Swift
is one of the hottest stars
in the world, but Austin
Swift’s family was
surprised he pursued
a career in acting. “I’m
pretty reserved, so it
never seemed like it
would be a good fit,” says
Swift, 26, who studied
film at the University of
Notre Dame. When
he snagged the lead role
in a campus production
of the play Six Characters
in Search of an Author,
“I started staying after
rehearsals every night
running the whole play
by myself until the sun
came up,” he says. “By
opening day I felt like
a different person.”
Now Swift, who stars
alongside Katie Cassidy
in the new movie drama
Cover Versions, brings
that same work ethic to
Hollywood sets. “There
are a lot of actors at the
very top of the game who
stay kind and devoted,”
he says. “That’s the big
hope.” —MELODY CHIU
—SHAY SPENCE
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Scoop
KATE HUDSON
She shared
Instagram, w the reveal on
Danny, myselriting, “My kids,
family are crf and the entire
azy excited!
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PREGNANT
WITH BABY
NO. 3!
It’s a girl! On April 6 Kate Hudson, 38,
revealed she and her musician boyfriend
Danny Fujikawa, 31, are expecting their
first child together in an adorable
Instagram clip that showed Hudson
popping a huge balloon filled with pink
confetti. “She’s always dreamed of having
a girl,” a source says of Hudson, who is
mom to sons Bingham, 6, with ex-fiancé
Matthew Bellamy, and Ryder, 14, with
ex-husband Chris Robinson. “She’s so
excited to have a relationship with a
daughter, especially given how close she is
to her mom [Goldie Hawn].” Fujikawa, 31,
is the stepbrother of Hudson’s friends
Sara and Erin Foster, and Erin says
they’ll be a perfect parenting match.
“Kate is a great mom. She’s strict, and
Danny is go-with-the-flow. They’re just
a really good couple.”—MIA McNIECE
“She’s so happy
with Danny,” says
a source of Hudson
and her boyfriend
of a year.
‘I TELL NEW
MOMS IT’S
ONE MOMENT
AT A TIME,
ONE DAY
AT A TIME’
Baby nurse Connie
Simpson has worked
with Jessica Alba
(above), Emily Blunt
and John Krasinski
(left), George
and Amal Clooney
and more. She
shares advice in her
new book.
Establish a
Nightly Routine
Prep a Cozy
Feeding Station
“Consistency is key!”
Simpson recommends
a warm bath, turning
the lights down,
playing music and
letting the baby watch
a mobile. “Those
melodies...and beats
help them relax.”
Whether you choose
breast or bottle,
Simpson writes, “your
feeding station . . .
should be an area that
is not in a high-traffic
spot in your home and
is a very comfortable
sitting area for you.”
Skip the
Rocking Chair
Try to Get
Some Sleep
“The constant
rocking, swaying and
bouncing can set
you up for disaster,”
she writes. “If you
start all the rocking
now, you’ll constantly
have to rock for
all your feedings.”
“If you can’t sleep,
you can’t function,”
she writes. Enlist
family and friends
for help—and “if
you have laundry
or dishes to do, oh
well. They can wait.”
—ANYA LEON
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actor Ike Barinholtz, 41,
welcomed his third child
with his wife, Erica Hanson.
They are already parents
to daughters Foster, 5, and
Payton June, 2. Sen.
Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.,
welcomed a baby girl
named Maile Pearl on
April 9, becoming the
first sitting senator to
have a baby while in oice.
Duckworth also has a
daughter, Abigail, 3,
with her husband,
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Kenya
Moore and
Marc Daly
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BABIES
The Real Housewives of
Atlanta’s Kenya Moore, 47,
revealed that she and her
husband, businessman
Marc Daly, will welcome
their first child together
later this year. Hollywood
Darlings star Christine
Lakin, 39, is pregnant with
her second child, a son.
Lakin and her husband,
Brandon Breault, also have
a 2-year-old daughter,
Georgia James. Blockers
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while Penn was also
charged with possession
of marijuana.
ENGAGED
HAPPY
BIRTHDAY!
Fashion designer Marc
Jacobs, 54, popped the
question to his model
boyfriend Charly “Char”
Defrancesco at a Chipotle
in New York City on April 4.
America Ferrera, 34
April 18, 1984
Jennifer Garner, 46
April 17, 1972
Jack Nicholson, 81
April 22, 1937
HEALTH
Country music legend
Kenny Rogers, 79,
Bryan Bowlsbey.
CRIME
Sean Penn and Robin
Wright’s son Hopper Penn,
24, and actress Uma Von
Wittkamp were released
from jail on April 5—one
day after being arrested in
Nebraska. They were both
charged with possession
of a controlled substance,
Erin Andrews
announced that he is
ending his farewell
tour early as he works
through “a series of
health challenges.”
DEATHS
Road Rules alum Brian
Lancaster, 43, was found
dead in his Pennsylvania
home March 29. His death
is under investigation.
Kenny
Rogers
By Jessica Fecteau
The Dancing with the Stars host, 39, urges
women to get screened for cervical cancer
Why
ICare
In 2016 I got a phone call from my doctor saying that I had
PERSONAL STORIES
cervical cancer. It was very alarming because I’m healthy,
ABOUT GIVING
I never skip my annual doctor’s appointments and just
BACK
a year earlier there was no problem. After two surgeries
my oncologist told me I was cancer-free, and now I go for
checkups every few months. Cervical cancer is a treatable and preventable
disease, yet every two hours a woman dies of it. To try to change this statistic,
I partnered with Hologic, a medical technology company focused on improving
women’s health, on their We Can Change This STAT campaign. By sharing
my story through interviews and social media posts, I’m hoping to encourage
women to get their annual exams. Women aren’t making time to go to the
doctor, and they need to, since cervical cancer can be present without
any symptoms. Through Pap and HPV testing,
doctors can identify signs of cervical cancer and treat
For more
information, go to
them before they become a problem. Make sure
changethisstat.com
you’re in the clear. —REPORTED BY BRIANNE TRACY
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Comer and
Oh play at
cat and
mouse—or
are they
really
catnip for
each other?
BBC AMERICA
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Killing Eve
Sandra Oh is on the hunt for Europe’s deadliest—and most delightful—hit woman
No.
THRILLER “Never tell a psychopath they’re a psychopath,” says Villanelle (Jodie
Comer). She would know. An assassin trained by the Russians (or so it seems), she
has a terrifying glint in her eye and an even more terrifying look of pleasure as she goes
in for the kill, even if that means she’s chasing her target through the open countryside
like a mad bull. But she’s also unpredictably flirty and funny—rolls her eyes, makes silly faces, talks
in silly voices. And she has an odd, perhaps romantic fixation on her enemy Eve Polastri (Grey’s
Anatomy’s Sandra Oh), who’s tracking her for British intelligence. When Eve tries on a dress at a
shop in Berlin, Villanelle discreetly leaves a black belt outside the dressing room: It turns out to be
the perfect accessory. Oh is just as good as you’d expect in this far-fetched, wildly suspenseful
series—she’s incisive, deadpan, occasionally explosive—but Comer is the surprise here. She’s like
Anna Faris in a reboot of La Femme Nikita. (BBC America, Sundays, 8 p.m.)
TV
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2
No.
MUSIC
Legend as Jesus
in the classic
rock opera.
Jesus Christ
Superstar Live
in Concert:
Cast Album
SOUNDTRACK The cast recording from
NBC’s Easter Sunday broadcast, which
earned unprecedented critical hosannas for a live TV
musical, is a worthy update of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1970 rock opera. John Legend and his sonorous
baritone naturally shine in the title role, but his peers
deliver many of the highlights. Brandon Victor
Dixon, who recently played Aaron Burr inHamilton,
embodies Judas Iscariot’s frenetic, conflicted energy
on songs like “Damned for All Time/Blood Money”
and the showstopping “Superstar,” while
Sara Bareilles brings plenty of tenderness to
Mary Magdalene, especially on the strummy,
soothing standout “Everything’s Alright.” As
King Herod, Alice Cooper revels in his
glammy element on “King Herod’s Song.”
Erika
Henningsen
(left),
Ashley Park,
Louderman,
Kate Rockwell
and (inset)
creator Fey.
People Features:
Stephanie McMahon—
Powerhouse Executive,
WWE Superstar and Mom
No.
3
The WWE chief brand oicer talks
about her challenges and triumphs
in and out of the ring: from rising
within the WWE to raising three
daughters—to fighting alongside husband Paul
“Triple H” Levesque against Ronda Rousey
and Kurt Angle at WrestleMania 34. (Available
now on PeopleTV. Go to peopletv.com, or
download the PeopleTV app on your favorite
mobile or connected TV device.)
No.
No.
Mean Girls
BROADWAY
MUSICAL Tina Fey
has transformed
her 2004 hit movie into a hilarious musical that’s
infectiously fetch. The story is the same—a high
school newbie infiltrates a trio of ferocious
frenemies—with some of the original’s most
iconic jokes popping up (yes, on Wednesdays
they do still wear pink). Fey’s husband, Jef
Richmond, and lyricist Nell Benjamin provide a
fun score, but it’s the performances, including
Taylor Louderman’s cunning Regina George, that
make the show sing. (August Wilson Theatre)
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The Arkansas
native is
going places
with her
debut album.
5
Ashley McBryde,
Girl Going Nowhere
MUSIC
COUNTRY Across
11 tracks, Ashley
McBryde sings about life’s
little details with uncanny precision. Just hear her ode to her
favorite Levi, “The Jacket.”
Her powerful pipes unite a
range of styles, from
more traditional
country balladry
(“American Scandal”) to heartland
rock (“El Dorado”).
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No.
Elvis
Presley:
The
Searcher
DOCUMENTARY Much like No
Direction Home, Martin Scorsese’s scrupulously detailed documentary
about Bob Dylan, The Searcher is about
Elvis Presley, the serious, dedicated artist.
There’s no way, of course, to avoid the
bloated, sweat-beaded King he’d become
by the time he died, at age 42, in 1977. But
this fascinating, informative film is about
how Presley drew on musical roots that
had fed diferent American sounds—
blues, country, bluegrass, gospel—with
a new, exciting vitality. (He was also influenced by the Italian crooners he heard
during his Army stint in Germany.) The
snake in the Elvis saga remains manager
Col. Tom Parker, who never stopped
searching for ways to profit from his star.
(HBO, April 14, 8 p.m.)
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“It’s very
hard to live
up to an
image,” said
Presley.
Come Sunday
NETFLIX
DRAMA
Chiwetel
Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) plays
Carlton Pearson: A Pentecostal
minister on the rise—no less than
Oral Roberts (Martin Sheen)
has taken him under his wing—
he’s branded a heretic when he
preaches that nonbelievers don’t
automatically ride the chute spiraling into hell, that Jesus’ sacrifice “covered everybody.” Ejiofor
makes Pearson’s spiritual crisis
feel as concretely
painful as a blow
to the stomach.
(Launches
April 13)
Ejiofor plays a
real-life minister
on the verge of
losing his flock.
“A rape kit can bring justice,” says
Wayne County, Michigan, prosecutor
Kym Worthy (with Hargitay, right).
No.
8
I Am Evidence
TV
DOCUMENTARY
Produced by
Law & Order: SVU star Mariska
Hargitay, this powerful film focuses on one unconscionable fact—in
the U.S.A., some 200,000 rape kits
have never been tested—and the
fallout on the victims, ignored because of race, class, ineptitude or a
contemptible assumption that the
sex was consensual. One woman
went 14 years without a follow-up
call from police. She never stopped
fearing her rapist’s return: “They’re
everywhere—they are over your
shoulder, they are going to be
inside the front door when you
walk in.” (HBO, April 16, 8 p.m.)
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Showdown at
Wimbledon:
LaBeouf (left) and
Gudnason as the
tennis titans (inset:
Borg, left, and
McEnroe in 1980).
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No.
THE SMART SNACK
YARRR KIDS WILL LOVE.
Borg vs. McEnroe
MOVIE
DRAMA The 1980 Wimbledon finale was
a brutal face-of between Sweden’s Björn
Borg (Sverrir Gudnason), four-time defending champ,
and America’s noisy, stomping bad boy John McEnroe
(Shia LaBeouf ). The match turned into an exhausting
string of tiebreakers that kept snatching McEnroe from death. It
was the tennis equivalent of Glenn Close jumping out of the bathtub.
Even if you Google the outcome—or remember it—Borg vs. McEnroe
is a lean, intensely exciting film (much of it in Swedish) with a nice layer
of psycho-topspin. If McEnroe acts out, Borg acts in: He’s been trained
to repress and channel his anger—and he has a lot of it. In flashbacks
little Björn is a holy terror on the court. (In limited release April 13, R)
Russell plays one of
the Robinsons, a
family stranded in an
unknown galaxy.
10
Lost in Space
NETFLIX
FANTASY This reboot of the classic, happily
silly show is better than the 1998 movie, a
dark, runny pudding of sci-fi themes and Freud. It’s totally family-friendly
with beautiful CGI. What’s missing is suspense, even when young Will
Robinson (Max Jenkins) is stuck up a tree fending of monsters while
sister Judy (Taylor Russell) is trapped under ice. You feel you might as
well be watching rival science-fair projects. (Launches April 13)
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No.
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The Post
DRAMA
DVD+STREAMING
Steven Spielberg—currently
in theaters with Ready Player
One—directed this crackling
newspaper drama in a matter
of weeks in 2017. (The grass
gave up trying to grow under
his feet long ago.) Meryl
Streep plays Washington Post
publisher Katharine Graham
in a watershed moment in 1971:
She and her paper are going to
defy the Nixon White House
and risk a First Amendment
disaster at the hands of the
Supreme Court. The movie can
be sanctimonious—a throng of
worshipful young women part
to allow Graham to pass as if
she were Moses touring the Red
Sea—but the acting and the pace
are tremendous. (April 17)
Streep
earned her
21st Oscar
nomination
as Katharine
Graham.
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No.
The Best New Books
Camilla and her prince, a gangster’s
resourceful daughter and Odysseus’s
wily seductress reimagined
EDITED BY KIM HUBBARD
Penny Junor
The Duchess
Adrienne Sharp
The Magnificent
Esme Wells
NOVEL Esme’s dad is a
two-bit hustler, her actress
mom doomed to the chorus
line. But Esme is plucky,
preternaturally wise and
built for survival, even if it
means courting gangsters
and bringing burlesque to
the Las Vegas Strip. WWIIera L.A. and postwar Vegas
come vibrantly alive in this
detailed, noir portrait of a
Paper Moon-style childhood.
NEW IN PAPERBACK
David Grann
Killers of
the Flower Moon
How mysterious
murders that
plagued Oklahoma’s
Osage nation led to
the formation
of the FBI.
A fascinating truecrime story.
April 23, 2018 PEOPLE
Jamie Brenner
The Forever Summer
The sudden appearance of a half sister
she didn’t know she
had takes Marin,
a Manhattan attorney,
away from her
crumbling personal
life on a journey
of self discovery.
Ariel Levy
The Rules Do
Not Apply
“Are you the Ariel all the
bad things happened
to?” a friend of a friend
of Levy’s once asked.
This funny, sad, selfdeprecating memoir
proves she’s considerably
more than that.
Madeline Miller
Circe
NOVEL Think a novel based on
Greek mythology isn’t for you? Just
wait. Miller’s spell builds slowly,
but by the last page you’ll be in awe.
In prose of dreamlike simplicity, she
reimagines the myth of Circe, the sun
god’s unloved daughter who went on to
invent witchcraft and enchant Homer’s
Odysseus. The ancient stories and
characters are reshaped by truths that
modern women can finally speak about:
sisterhood and sexism, rape and rage,
and, most exquisitely, motherhood.
Kid Pick!
Zack Bush and
Gregorio De Lauretis
Made for Me
How does Dad love thee?
Let him count the ways.
A big, endearing bear of
a guy expresses his fierce
affection for his child in this
sweet, charmingly illustrated
picture book. (Ages 3-5)
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BIOGRAPHY In Junor’s
lively bio, Prince Charles
is a formal, odd but deeply
decent man who spent years
looking for purpose and the
approval he never got from
his parents or his wife. He
found both with the funny,
eminently sensible Camilla
Parker Bowles—a true love
match. The book gives
dazzling, troubled Diana
her due—but it’s definitely
a win for team Camilla.
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AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING IN SILENCE, THE MUSIC
I CO N O P E N S U P A B O U T H E R B AT T L E W I T H B I P O L A R
D I SO R D E R—A N D W H Y S H E F I N A L LY G OT H E L P
By JESS CAGLE
P h o t o g r a p h s b y C L I F F WAT T S
Even though she plays a sometimes over-the-top diva in public, Mariah Carey is
considerably more subdued in person—smart, savvy and reserved. She’s also a serious musician. One of the most successful singer-songwriters of all time, she has
sold more than 200 million records and has been instrumental in bringing hip-hop
and R&B into the mainstream. But her erratic behavior over the years has also
mystified her fans—and has led to speculation that she sufered from mental illness.
Now, for the first time, Carey, 48, is opening up about her battle with bipolar II
disorder, a disease that can cause extended periods of depression as well as manic
episodes known as hypomania (see sidebar on page 47). After years of sufering,
she recently began treatment on the heels of what she calls “the hardest couple of
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‘ I H A D F E LT
LO ST THESE
PA S T F E W Y E A R S .
I R E A L LY M I S S E D
POURING MY
HEART AND S OUL
I N TO M Y M US I C ’
—MARIAH CAREY
Carey performing for fans
on March 8, 2003, in L.A.
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3
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1. Mariah (ca. 1972)
was born in Huntington,
N.Y. 2. Carey (with
Mottola in 1991)
married the powerful
music exec near the
start of her career.
3. Carey took home two
Grammys in 1991.
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Growing Up Mariah
years I’ve been through”—years that included upheaval in her
professional life, romantic drama that played out in public
and an E! reality show.
Carey—whose parents divorced when she was 3—has often
alluded to her struggles in her music. She says the lyrics of her
1997 song “Outside” chronicle her feelings about growing up
biracial: “Early on, you face the realization you don’t have a
space where you fit in. . . .” In 2002’s “Through the Rain” she
wrote about her own despair and determination: “When you
keep crying out to be saved but nobody comes, and you feel so
far away that you just can’t find your way home, you can get
there alone. It’s okay. . . .”
Writing songs and singing helped her through a painful
childhood, and making music, she says, has always been “a
form of therapy.” But she was ill-equipped for stardom when
it came to her, fast and furious, in her early 20s, with its attendant pressures, hangers-on and public scrutiny. In 2001, a
decade after her first album, she was hospitalized for an emotional and physical breakdown following her 1998 divorce
from Sony Music chairman and CEO Tommy Mottola and her
break from his label Columbia Records. “It was one of the most
difficult times of my life,” she says. “I had just left a big record
company with a lot of personal attachment. I was trying to
overcome that and move forward. It was very, very difficult to
fight the system.” Carey was diagnosed with bipolar disorder
at that time, but “I lived in denial.” Since then her personal and
professional ups and downs have been a testament to both her
talent and the illness she kept private.
Now in therapy and on medication, Carey is co-parenting
her 6-year-old twins, Monroe and
Moroccan, with ex-husband Nick Cannon. She’s dating choreographer Bryan
Tanaka, 34 (“We’re doing great,” she
says), and she’s back in what she calls
her “element”—the recording studio,
working on a new album to be released
later this year. Carey spoke to People’s
editor-in-chief, Jess Cagle, from her
home in Los Angeles.
Why do you want to share this
part of your life now?
I’m just in a really good place right
now, where I’m comfortable discussing
my struggles with bipolar II disorder.
I’m hopeful we can get to a place where
the stigma is lifted from people going
through anything alone. It can be
incredibly isolating. It does not have
to define you, and I refuse to allow it to
define me or control me....This is just
one part that I felt it was time to speak
about....I’ve also been inspired by the
courage of other public figures who
have revealed their own battles.
When were you diagnosed?
I was first diagnosed when I was hospitalized in 2001. I didn’t believe it.
I didn’t want to believe it. I didn’t
want to carry around the stigma of
a lifelong disease that would define
me and potentially end my career.
People who escaped the life I grew up
with don’t want to go backward.
I was so terrified of losing everything,
I convinced myself the only way to
deal with this was to not deal with
this. My environment as a child didn’t
just intensify my disease, it impacted
my willingness to seek a long-term
solution for it. Until recently I lived in
denial and isolation and in constant
fear someone would expose me.
It was too heavy a burden to carry, and
I simply couldn’t do that anymore....
I sought and received treatment,
I put positive people around me,
and I got back to doing what I love—
writing songs and making music. As
hard as this is, I also knew it was time
to finally share my story.
Can you describe what a manic episode
felt like to you, as well as what a more
depressive episode felt like?
For a long time I thought I had a
severe sleep disorder. But it wasn’t normal insomnia,
and I wasn’t lying awake counting sheep. I was working
and working and working. I thought working and
promoting for days in a row without sleeping was just
part of my life. I was irritable and in constant fear of letting people down. It turns out that I was experiencing
a form of mania. Eventually I would just hit a wall.
I guess my depressive episodes were characterized by
having very low energy. I would feel so tired, lonely
and sad—even guilty that I wasn’t doing what I needed
to be doing for my career.
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How are you being treated now?
There’s a lot of diferent ways. I don’t
want to get super-specific with it. I
have access to great medical care.
I’m exercising, getting acupuncture,
eating healthy, spending quality time
with my kids and doing what I love,
which is writing songs and making
music. Also, I’m surrounding myself
with positive influences and finally
receiving the physical and emotional
support that I need. It doesn’t hurt to
binge-watch The Office.
Are you still figuring out what kind
of medication to take?
I’m actually taking medication that
seems to be pretty good. It’s not
making me feel too tired or sluggish or
anything like that. Finding the proper
balance is what is most important.
2
When your job is to be creative, does
that make finding the right balance in
medication trickier?
No, I don’t think so. I just think it’s
better with any type of thing to not go
overboard with it. The problem
with meds is side efects, but now
I’m good. I’m in a good place.
3
Family and Fame
4
3
5
I’ve been treated for depression, anxiety and sleep disorders. At this point
in my life I’m not really interested in
blaming anyone. That’s negative and
it’s history. I accept responsibility, and
I want to move forward and heal and
do what I love—make music and write
songs and all things creative.
In the early ’90s you had overnight
success. How difficult was that to
handle given your feelings of insecurity
and not belonging?
I always worked through that. I had ambition, and I wanted to make sure that
I never went through the same thing
where I didn’t have the wherewithal to
take care of myself. But in doing that
I allowed people to work me to the
ground in a business where they sometimes take advantage of young people.
... There needed to be boundaries.
Working makes it possible to not
really reflect on the problem, which
doesn’t go away. It just gets masked
by other things.
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FILMMAGIC; JON KOPALOFF/FILMMAGIC; FRESH AIR FUND/WIREIMAGE
1. An expectant Carey and
then-husband Nick Cannon in 2010.
2. The new mom cuddles newborn
daughter Monroe in 2011.
3. Twins Moroccan and Monroe step
out in August 2015 as Mom receives her
star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
4. Attending the Nickelodeon Kids’
Choice Awards with ex Cannon and their
kids, now 6, in 2018. 5. Carey gave
a triumphant comeback performance
on the New Year’s Rockin’ Eve stage in
Times Square this past December.
Have you tried different kinds of
treatments over the years? Have you
ever been misdiagnosed?
and that’s an empowering thing.
After being hospitalized in 2001, you
went from being very depleted to being
so high-functioning that four years
later you released The Emancipation
of Mimi, which had a tremendous
impact on music. How did you manage
that when you were suffering bipolar
disorder and not being treated?
When I’m in the studio making music,
I’m in my element. [For Mimi] I went
to Capri. I’d work with my engineer in
the studio and watch the sunrise. It’s
working all night, but it’s creativity.
I’ve always been more of a night person. That is a form of therapy for me.
How are your kids doing through it all?
health
‘ I R E F US E
TO L ET I T
DEFINE
ME OR
CONTROL
ME’
—CAREY, ON
LIVING WITH
BIPOLAR
DISORDER
When I first started, I was so young and naive, letting others control me. I think I’m just vulnerable to that type of
thing. It wasn’t healthy. I had felt lost these past few years.
I really missed pouring my heart and soul into my music,
and all I really wanted to do was get back in the studio and
write songs and sing.
Looking back on the past few years, are there
specific things you wish you had skipped?
I wish we could just erase them.
All those years?
Well, the past few years, maybe. But I believe that
everything happens for a reason. So maybe it just took
me going through one of the hardest couple of years
that I’ve been through in order to come out in a positive
place on the other side.
Are there any things we saw you do the past
few years that you wish you had not done?
Rather than blame people or throw people under the bus,
I think it’s more my responsibility to take care of myself,
WHAT IS
BIPOLAR
DISORDER?
BIPOLAR
DISORDER
is thought to be
caused by physical
changes in the
brain. The two main
types—bipolar
I and II—both cause
bouts of depression,
but bipolar II
features manic
episodes known as
hypomania, which
are less severe and
shorter-lived than in
bipolar I. “Patients
often don’t realize
that hypomania
is a problem,”
says Dr. Kevin
Gilliland, a clinical
psychologist and
executive director
of Innovation360.
Bipolar II is a lifelong
mood disorder,
says Gilliland,
who recommends
therapy, medication
and daily routines
to make the disease
“something you
learn to live with.”
For support
contact the
Depression and
Bipolar Support
Alliance at
dbsalliance.org.
—JULIE MAZZIOTA
Great. My children are amazing.
They’re so smart and funny. What
could possibly be more therapeutic
than spending time with my kids and
laughing and watching them enjoy
childhood? I just want that for them.
My relationship with Nick is very
positive and we’re co-parenting, and
the most important thing I can do
for my children is give them what I
didn’t really have, a chance to live in
a safe and secure home surrounded
by people who love and support them
unconditionally.
Did motherhood have anything to do
with your deciding to get treatment?
No, they’re everything to me. They’re
never going to see me sitting around
crying and being an emotional wreck
in front of them. That’s just never
going to happen.
You were engaged to mogul James
Packer recently, and a lot of people
wondered what you were thinking
through that. Do you want to explain?
I wonder what I was thinking as well!
The whole situation was a whirlwind,
but I definitely wish him the best.
What makes you happy these days?
What’s a perfect day?
We just had an incredible day at Disneyland. So much fun. It’s really about
the kids and the music. Hopefully fans
can read this and not be like, “Oh my
God. What’s wrong with Mariah?”
Hopefully they’ll just understand I’m
doing this with the hope of helping
others and also because it’s going to be
a freeing experience for me.
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LADY
ANTEBELLUM’S
HILLARY
SCOTT
AFTER A HEARTBREAKING
MISCARRIAGE, THE COUNTRY
SINGER WELCOMES IDENTICAL TWIN
DAUGHTERS: ‘A DOUBLE BLESSING
FROM THE LORD’
By EILEEN FINAN
Betsy Mack
5 lbs. 5 oz.
Emory JoAnn
5 lbs. 5 oz.
Photographs by JULIE PAISLEY
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Party of Five
“It’s been a tiring but
seamless transition
into a family of five,”
says Scott (at home
with husband Chris
Tyrrell) of introducing
the twins to big sister
Eisele Kaye.
Nearly eightt week
weeks after her twin daughters
Betsy Mack
k and Em
E
Emory JoAnn were born, Hillary Scott attempted
attempt
attem
their first family outing.
It did not go according
accor
ac
to plan. A quick trip to
find a dress
ess for
fo the
th girls’ big sister Eisele ran
long, and
nd the country
coun
star was faced with two
hungryy newborns.
newb
Squeezed between their car
seats in
n the family
f
minivan, Scott strapped on a
hands-free
free nursin
nursing pump, grabbed two bottles
and went into mom mode as husband Chris Tyrrell drove home. “Watching her feeding them as
she pumped was awe-inspiring,” Tyrrell says. “I
don’t know how she juggles it all.”
After suffering a painful miscarriage at the
end of her first trimester in September 2015, the
32-year-old Lady Antebellum singer welcomed
the juggling act that comes with twins. She and
Tyrrell, 31, learned last summer they were expecting “bonus blessings”—a surprise because the
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—HILLARY SCOTT
BOTTOM LEFT: MICHAEL LOCCISANO/GETTY IMAGES
Banding Together
Lady A bandmates Charles
Kelley (left) and Dave
Haywood, who both have their
own kids, “are in full support,”
Scott says. “We’ve all had this
great break of family time,
and now we’re getting back to
finding our groove.”
‘I leaned on Chris’s and
my faith and had
peace that the babies
would be perfect’
couple didn’t undergo fertility treatments and
twins don’t run in their families. “When I found
out, it was emotional,” she says of the happy news
after their heartbreak. “I was like, ‘We’re going to
have as many babies in our house as I hoped we
would have, just not the same timing.’” But she’s
quick to point out that being a new mom of three
is not an easy undertaking. “I’m fiercely independent, so the big thing I’ve gotten over is how
to ask for help,” she says. With a daytime postpartum doula and nighttime nurses, plus Scott’s
parents lending hands since the twins arrived on
Jan. 29, “our house is Grand Central station,” she
says. “We’ve needed a village.” And yet, even with
the support, she’s had moments of feeling overwhelmed, like the days after her C-section, when
she sufered nausea “worse than any morning
sickness” just as Eisele came down with an ear
infection. “You think, ‘Is there enough of me to
go around? How am I going to do this?’”
She couldn’t, she says, without the support of
her husband. “It’s hard to put into words how
incredible he is. Diapers, baths, dishes, dinner—
there’s nothing he won’t do.” On a recent day at
their Nashville-area home, as Tyrrell cradles a
freshly swaddled twin in each arm, bouncing
one and balancing a bottle for the other, Scott
grins in admiration: “He is superman.”
Among the daddy duties Tyrrell took on: painting
Emory’s fingernails “so we can tell who’s who in
the middle of the night!” Scott says. Before they
were born, she feared mixing up her identical
twins: “It was a literal prayer— ‘Lord, please let
me know how to tell them apart.’” She needn’t
have worried; her girls have already made their
own marks. Betsy “is more vocal and might have
a dramatic side” while Emory “is grin-andbear-it,” she says.
Whatever their diferences, Eisele is in love
with both her little sisters, whom she calls Em
and B. “She’s always been a tenderhearted little
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girl, but they’re her babies,” Scott says. “It’s been
amazing to watch her be so nurturing.” The preschooler, who goes to a Montessori program five
days a week, seems to have inherited some of
mom’s talent: “If they start crying, she’ll
sing whatever song she’s learned at
school that week”—currently a tune
Oasis of Calm
about the 50 states—“and it
With modern touches like
shushes them.”
acrylic-sided cribs (“I love
Since Lady Antebellum had to
being able to see through
them on the monitor”)
cancel the final two South African
and a bolt of blue amid
datesoftheir tour last fall because
blush tones, the nursery
of
concerns for Scott’s pregnancy,
feels “chic and minimal but
the singer’s own performances
comfortable,” Scott says.
have been limited to lullabies and
hymns. But that will change in July
when the band kicks of its Summer Plays
on Tour. While Scott and Tyrrell are renovating
their bus to accommodate the new additions, the
couple are also preparing for a more major overhaul. Tyrrell, Lady A’s drummer for the past seven
years, will become full-time dad, holding down
the home front with his girls for much of the tour.
“I’m looking forward to it,” he says. “I’ve been
bandmate, employee, husband and dad, so I’m
okay removing a hat. Besides, when you looked at
whether the band could do without me or her,
there wasn’t much question!” Adds Scott: “We’re
at complete peace with the decision.”
Until then they’re both enjoying time with
their expanded family. “Every second we get to
—HILLARY SCOTT cuddle one of the girls, we soak it up,” Scott says.
“I’m relishing those moments.”
‘My heart
is full
knowing
I’m
entrusted
with
mothering
these three
beautiful
girls’
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HUNT FOR A KILLER
Police arrested millionaire real estate mogul Peter Chadwick and charged him
with killing his wife. But on the way to trial, he posted $1 million bail—and
vanished. Now they’re searching the globe to find him and bring him to justice
hen neither millionaire real estate mogul
Peter Chadwick nor his wife, Quee Choo “QC,”
picked their young sons up from their Newport, Calif., area school on Oct. 10, 2012, friends
and family knew something was wrong. Arrivingat the couple’s $2.5 millionmansion,police
found no signs of forced entry—food containers were open on the kitchen counter as if
someone had been preparing lunch—and no sign of the
couple, married 21 years. But in the downstairs oice,
there was an open safe—and, disturbingly, what appeared
to be blood splatters in the master bathroom. The next day
a 911 call from a pay phone outside San Diego seemed to
break the case wide open: It was from Chadwick himself,
pleading for help and saying a housepainter employed
by the couple had killed 46-year-old Quee Choo, then
forced Chadwick to load his wife’s lifeless body into the
ON THE RUN
Peter Chadwick (right, in a 2012 mug
shot) has been missing more than
three years, arrested for the murder
of his wife, Quee Choo, whose body
was found in a San Diego-area
Dumpster (right).
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family’s Lexus SUV. But when police interviewed
Chadwick later that day, “he won’t talk about her,
doesn’t go into detail about if she is bleeding, how
she looks,” says Ryan Peters, a detective sergeant
with the Newport Beach Police Department.
“When someone won’t go into the details, there
is a reason why they won’t.”
That reason, police say, is that Chadwick killed
Quee Choo himself. Pointing to evidence that
Chadwick had a bite mark on his hand as well as
scratches on his neck and dried blood on his hands,
that neighborhood security-surveillance-camera
footage showed only Chadwick in the family SUV
and that the housepainter he had called “Juan”
never actually existed, police arrested the real
estate mogul for murder on Oct. 11, 2012. He
pleaded not guilty, and after spending two months
in jail, the U.K.- born millionaire posted $1 million
bond and surrendered his passports. But when
Chadwick didn’t appear for a January 2015 pretrial hearing, police searched his home and found
several books with titles like How to Change Your
Identity and Surviving in Mexico. Now authorities
are on the hunt to apprehend Chadwick, 54, who
they believe is living abroad on his considerable
wealth. “He was born with a silver spoon in his
mouth,” says Peters. “He doesn’t know how to deal
with it, so he is running and hiding.”
How did a successful real estate investor turn
into an alleged killer? Police say he may have felt
trapped in his marriage to Quee Choo, a stay-athome mom to the couple’s three sons who ran
the family’s lives with precision, leaving written instructions for Chadwick’s schedules and
chores. He had several afairs that his wife discovered, according to evidence found in their
IDYLLIC LIFE?
When police
said Quee Choo
was killed in the
couple’s home,
neighbors were
shocked. “They
seemed to enjoy
each other’s
company,” says
friend Heidi Neal.
‘HE HAS TO
HAVE A NEW
IDENTITY.
HE’S NOT
GOING
BY PETER
CHADWICK’
—DET. RYAN
PETERS
home. “I think he snapped,” says Peters. “He
wasn’t happy, and he couldn’t control himself.”
After the murder “he realized he might be living
the rest of his life in prison,” says Det. Joe Pirooz,
who is on the U.S. Marshals’ task force looking for
Chadwick. “I believe he was planning [his escape]
as soon as he was captured.”
Authorities think Chadwick was able to get false
documents to travel out of the country—records
show he visited Canada, China, Malaysia and
Thailand before his wife’s death. “If you know
people, you can get on a charter plane, and there’s
no way we can track that,” says Pirooz. “He is using
his intelligence and wealth to avoid capture.”
Meanwhile, as relatives care for the boys, those
close to Quee Choo hold out hope that Chadwick
will someday face a jury. “She didn’t deserve this,”
says friend Heidi Neal. “She was a sweet, caring
person and a devoted mother. My hope is that
they find him and justice is served—for her sake
and the sake of her boys.”
Steve Helling with reporting by Christine Pelisek
If you have seen Peter Chadwick or have any information about
his whereabouts, call the U.S. Marshal tip line: 1-800-336-0102.
BROKEN FAMILY
Peter was “quiet
and shy,” Quee
Choo was “warm”
but “strict,”
friend Art Scott
says of the couple
(at right, on
vacation with
their sons). “She
was a good host.”
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“I love how funny
they are,” Philipps
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daughters Cricket
(top) and Birdie.
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If You Purchased Aggrenox® or
Generic Aggrenox®
A Class Action Settlement
Could Affect You
A proposed $54 million settlement has been
reached in a class action lawsuit regarding the
prescription drug Aggrenox® (aspirin/extendedrelease dipyridamole). The lawsuit claims that
Defendants Boehringer Ingelheim and Teva
Pharmaceutical hurt competition and violated state
laws by delaying the availability of allegedly
less-expensive generic versions of Aggrenox®.
Defendants deny any wrongdoing.
No one is claiming that Aggrenox® or its generic
equivalent is unsafe or ineffective.
Doing it
Her Way
“My mom was
always incredibly
supportive.
That’s what
I want for my
girls. Whatever
floats your
boat, kids,” says
Philipps.
Who is included?
You are a Consumer Class Member if you:
Purchased and/or paid for Aggrenox® or generic
versions of Aggrenox®,
In the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico,
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prescriptions and did not purchase Aggrenox®
before July 1, 2015, or if you purchased or
received branded or generic Aggrenox® through
a Medicaid program only.
What do the settlements provide?
The Defendants will pay a total of $54 million
into a Settlement Fund to settle all claims in the
lawsuit brought on behalf of consumer and health
insurers known as third-party payors.
Class Counsel will ask the Court to award
attorneys’ fees in an amount not to exceed
one-third of the Settlement Fund, plus interest,
litigation expenses and incentive payments to the
Class Representatives. After these deductions, the
remainder of the Settlement Fund will be
distributed pro rata to Class Members who file a
valid claim form. The amount of money you are
eligible to receive will depend on how much you
(and other consumers) paid for Aggrenox® or
generic versions of Aggrenox®.
How do I get a payment?
You must submit a Claim Form by September 14,
2018 to be eligible for a payment. See below.
What are my other rights?
If you do not want to be legally bound by the
Settlement, you must exclude yourself. The
exclusions deadline is May 11, 2018. If you do
not exclude yourself, you will not be able to sue
the Defendants for any claim relating to the
lawsuit. If you stay in the Settlement, you may
object to the Settlement by May 11, 2018. The
Court will hold a hearing on July 19, 2018 at 1:00
p.m. Eastern time to consider whether to approve
the Settlement, a request for attorneys’ fees,
expenses and incentive awards. The Court has
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the hearing at your own expense. These deadlines
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For more information and a Claim Form:
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Busy Philipps has been a working actress for
20years—but it’s Instagram that made her a superstar. She realized just how much her funny, candid
posts have changed her life on a recent family trip to
Charleston, S.C. “People were stopping their cars in
the middle of the street and yelling, ‘I need to take a
picture of you,’” says the actress, 38. “I felt like, ‘Oh
my God, I’m Selena Gomez!’” She was also shocked
to hear from some famous superfans. “Miley Cyrus
just told me is obsessed with my Instagram,” she
says, “and Julia Roberts is too. It’s so wild!”
No one is more surprised by her new level of
fame than Philipps herself. “There are people now
who just know me from Instagram,” she says. Yes,
she has a steady Hollywood career: She starred on
TV’s Freaks and Geeks, Dawson’s Creek and Cougar Town, and appears with her longtime best
friend Michelle Williams and Amy Schumer in the
movie I Feel Pretty, out April 20. But Philipps has
also struck a chord with women around the world
with her confessional Instagram Stories. One day
she’s crying over losing her daughters’ teddy bears
during a family vacation in Hawaii, another she’s
laughing uncontrollably when she comes home a
little tipsy after the Golden Globes only to discover she’s been locked out of her house.
Her nearly million-strong followers watch her
talk about her daughters Birdie, 9, and Cricket, 4,
her husband, writer-director Marc Silverstein,
46, and her close-knit group of friends, including Williams, whom she met making Dawson’s
Creek. “It was love at first sight,” Williams says.
“She wore overalls and her hair was in braids and
she was so real and tough and funny. We became
inseparable.” Williams isn’t surprised one bit by
Philipps’s social media success. “Everywhere I
go people say, ‘I love your friend Busy,’ and I’m
glad that Busy can share herself with the
world. One of the things that is so com2
pelling about her is that she is incredibly
forthright and honest about who she is
Getting Real
on Instagram
1. “Actually
the best thing
ever,” Philipps
captioned a
photo of her and
daughter Cricket
on vacation
in Hawaii.
2. She often
posts without
makeup. 3. Doing
LEKfit, intense
cardio using
trampolines.
“I feel like I’m
in better shape
than I’ve ever
been,” she says.
4. Birdie with
her favorite bear
Radar—who was
lost on vacation
but found at
a hotel laundry
and returned
(buddy Flatbear
remained missing
at press time).
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3
Friends for Life
“She is a beautiful, bright light of honesty, integrity and
directness,” Michelle Williams says of Philipps. “I don’t
know what I would be or who I would be without Busy.”
and what she’s about.”
Born in Oak Park, Ill., and
raised in Scottsdale, Ariz.,
Philipps, whose real name is
Elizabeth, was nicknamed
Busy by her parents because as
a toddler she was always on the
go. From a young age she knew
—BUSY PHILIPPS
she wanted to be an actress
and headed to L.A.’s Loyola
Marymount University, scoring her first major
role on Freaks and Geeks when she was a sophomore. “It was a weird juxtaposition. I’m on an NBC
show, and I live with my college roommates in a
disgusting apartment,” she says.
In her new film I Feel Pretty, Philipps plays the
friend of a woman (Schumer) who hits her head
and wakes up thinking she’s gorgeous. (Williams
plays Schumer’s boss at a cosmetics company.)
The movie was also a chance for Philipps to work
with her husband of 10 years, who co-wrote and
directed it with his writing partner Abby Kohn.
Philipps says her outgoing personality is a great
balance to his laid-back demeanor: “We really complement each other,” says Philipps. But
they’ve experienced the ups and downs of marriage and parenthood. “Marc and I had an intense
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‘I am
just one
of those
people
that crazy
things
happen to’
period of adjustment that was
really unpleasant with the
birth of our first child,” she
says. “Sometimes people are
incredibly compatible together without children and
then they have kids and their
parenting styles are just to2
tally out of whack.” She also sufered
from postpartum anxiety right after
Birdie’s birth. “I didn’t want anyone
else touching her. I felt like I was the
only one that could help or soothe
her. That was a hard time.” Shortly
after Birdie was born, Philipps began working on Cougar Town and
the show’s star, Courteney Cox, convinced her to get help. “Courteney
was like, ‘I think you should talk to a
doctor about medication.’ I was barely
holding it together.” Philipps went on
antidepressants for about a year and a
half and says it helped get her through
that challenging time. Despite being a
self-described extrovert, she still suffers from social anxiety. She credits
Silverstein’s support and her intense
workouts for helping ease it. When it
came time to have another child, the
couple made sure things went more
smoothly, she says: “We really zoned
in andtriedtofigure outhowwe could
make it work best for us.”
The occasional teddy-bear meltdown aside, these days she’s happy
with her hectic Hollywood life—and getting a kick
out of sharing it. “I’m doing my own TV show,” she
says, “and having a lot of fun!”
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Screen
Success
1. With Katie
Holmes on
Dawson’s Creek
in 2002. 2. She
was cast in Freaks
and Geeks (with
James Franco,
Jason Segel, Seth
Rogen and Linda
Cardellini) at 19
in 1999. 3. With
Courteney
Cox on Cougar
Town in 2010.
4. With Amy
Schumer and
Aidy Bryant in
the new comedy
I Feel Pretty.
“I love this
movie’s positive
strong message
for girls,” says
Philipps.
SKIN-CARE
MOGUL
FRANCESCO
CLARK
‘Vanity
Saved
My Life’
PARALYZED FROM THE NECK
DOWN AT AGE 24, THE CLARK’S
BOTANICALS FOUNDER TURNED
HIS TRAGEDY INTO SUCCESS
WITH A BREAKTHROUGH LINE OF
NATURAL BEAUTY PRODUCTS
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F
rancesco Clark was 24 years
old and celebrating Memorial Day weekend with
friends when his whole
world changed. On June 1,
2002, he dived head-first into a swimming pool and crashed into the bottom
with his chin. The next thing he
remembers, he was paralyzed from the
neck down. “The bone in my spine shattered into shards, cutting into my
nerves,” says Clark, then a fashion assistant at Harper’s Bazaar. “I remember
the surgeon telling my dad, ‘He will
never breathe, talk or move his arms
[on his own]—and forget about his legs.’
They relegated me to a life of watching
soap operas from a bed.”
But Clark had other ideas. While learning to cope with the myriad of physical
challenges he was suddenly facing, the
Bronxville, N.Y., native came up with
the idea of a homeopathic skin-care
line to treat some of the skin complications from his paralysis. “My
injury was so high up on my spine
that I lost the ability to sweat,” says
Clark, now 40. “As a result, my body
couldn’t release itself of toxins. Some
parts of my skin had rosacea; other areas
were gray and sullen.” Launched in 2009,
his Clark’s Botanicals skin-care line is
now sold on QVC and in retail outlets
nationwide and boasts celebrity fans like
Tragedy to
Triumph
“I’m grateful
for where I am
today,” says
Clark (above,
in New York
City in March,
and inset, left,
in 2002). His
unique blend
of jasmine,
essential oils
and botanical
extracts has
earned him a
loyal celebrity
following,
including
Meryl Streep
(left) and Kate
Bosworth.
Clark’s
Botanicals
Smoothing Marine
Cream, $115;
clarksbotanicals
.com
Julianne Moore, Olivia Munn and Kaley
Cuoco. “I never had any intention of it
becoming a thing!” says Clark, who created the jasmine-based formulas with his
dad, Dr. Harold Clark, an internist specializing in homeopathic medicine. “It was so
much more to me than making a product.”
In fact, he credits developing the line
with helping save his life after his devastating injury. Deeply depressed for the
first three years after the accident, “if I
saw even a reflection of myself and the
shadow of the wheelchair, I would burst
into tears.” But developing his products
gave him a new mission. “I had to own
up to what happened and move forward
somehow,” he says. “It feels like I’ve connected the dots from my injury to my life
inbeautytofindingmeaningagain.People
call skin-care superfluous,” he adds. “But
it helped me regain purpose in my life.”
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A Reason
to Change
“There’s no going
back now,” says
Garcia (having
lunch with
daughter Aryanna
while a guard looks
on). “I can’t wait
for our future.”
A mom, her daughter and a 5-year prison sentence
Raising a Baby
Behind Bars
THE NURSERY PROGRAM AT THE WASHINGTON CORRECTIONS
CENTER FOR WOMEN ALLOWS INMATES LIKE KAREN GARCIA TO KEEP
THEIR BABIES WITH THEM—AS THEY LEARN TO BE BETTER PARENTS
B y C A I T L I N K E AT I N G P h o t o g r a p h s b y E L I N O R C A R U CC I
I t ’s 7: 3 0 o n a r a i n y
w e e k d ay m o r n i n g ,
and Karen Garcia
is chasing her
rambunctious
2-year-old daughter
Aryanna down the
h a l l w ay a n d i n t o
the bathroom
to brush her teeth.
1
Minutes later the toddler’s picking out her own if I were out on the streets.” Says Sonja Alley, the
outfit for the day and clambering into her stroll- correctional-unit supervisor for the program:
er for the short ride to daycare. “For a moment “Karen’s done tremendous work on herself and
everything seems normal,” says Garcia, 40. “And addressing the issues that brought her here. A
then I’m reminded where I am because there are lot of these women have lost everything, so the
barbed-wire fences everywhere.”
struggle is really creating an entirely new sober
Since November 2015 Garcia’s “normal” has life when they get out.”
been raising her daughter behind those tall
fences at the Washington Corrections Center
for Women in Gig Harbor, Wash.—one of only A sober, stable life is something Garcia has only
11 states in the U.S. that offer a prison nursery dreamed of. Raised in Enumclaw, Wash., she
to its inmates with young children. Under the grew up with a single mom who worked as a medprogram, which was founded in 1999,
ical assistant. At 18, she gave birth
women in the minimum-security fa- ‘Having
to a son, Boston, and by the time she
cility with sentences up to 30 months this child
was 22, the pressures of holding down
can apply to keep their children with
two jobs and the death of her grandfinally has
them until they’re released. Inmates
father led her to abuse alcohol and
accepted into the program, called the made me
try methamphetamine for the first
Residential Parenting Program at change my
time. “Everything went downhill from
WCCW, also receive drug treatment life around’
there,” says Garcia. She went to prison
and therapy and are taught every- —KAREN GARCIA
twice for identity theft—serving three
thing from how to prepare healthy
years and two years respectively—
meals and change diapers to bath-time safety. while Boston was sent to live in Renton, Wash.,
The goal is to send them back to society with with his dad, who got full custody. “I remember
the skills to be a good parent. “This program Boston telling me, ‘Mom, high or not high, all I’ve
has saved my life,” says Garcia, who was seven ever wanted was a mom. All I want is just you
months pregnant with Aryanna when she was ar- being in my life,’” recalls Garcia. “I had put him
rested in October 2015 and was later found guilty through so much pain and heartbreak.”
of selling methamphetamine and a firearm. “It’s
Which is why, following her arrest and convicmade me into a mother I never could have been tion, she vowed things would be diferent this time
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A Childhood
i n t h e Ya r d
1. “Aryanna gets
to enjoy life and
be happy here,”
says Garcia (with
her daughter and
Officer Julie Dodson
at the playground
behind her living
quarters). “She’s
always smiling and is
so upbeat.”
2. “She loves
grabbing the phone
from me and talking
to her grandma—
or pretending to!”
says Garcia. “We
call her every day
out on the yard.”
3. “When I get out,
I’m going to live in
a different setting
with the lifestyle I
want to surround
myself with,” says
Garcia (in the prison
yard). “I’m not
going to depend on
anything but my
family and God’s
grace for support.”
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around. “I didn’t want to abandon my daughter
like I did my son so many years ago,” she says. “I
wasn’t willing to do that again.”
It was in October 2015 that Garcia first heard
about the Residential Parenting program. Although she had been sentenced to 60 months—
with 20 of those months to be waived as long as
she maintained good behavior—she decided to
apply anyway. “The only thing I could do was fight
for my daughter,” says Garcia, who gave birth on
Feb. 2, 2016. “I could fight to get into the program.
I just wasn’t going to take no for an answer.” She
wrote to prison oicials pleading her case, and
when she found out she’d been accepted, she says,
it was “a feeling I’ll never forget... .My mornings
are better here than they would be if I was home.
My daughter doesn’t see any of the things that
I’ve seen before I got here. She gets to wake up to
a mother who loves her unconditionally. This is
my second—and only—chance.”
3
Now sober for almost three years, Garcia is de-
termined to make the most of her future—and
Aryanna’s. “It was really hard for me at first,” she
admits. “I had done drugs every single day, [so] I
was an emotional wreck. My daughter cried, and
I would freak out. I had to figure out what this different life was all about.”
Learning how to manage her feelings and
cope with adversity has also given Garcia the emotional foundation she needs to care for her daughter—who was diagnosed with celiac disease last
year. “She was in a lot of pain all the time; it was
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Quality
Time
“There is the life
I lived before my
daughter,” says
Garcia, “and the
life I live now.
This one is bright
and promising.”
a once-a-month trip to the ER,” recalls Garcia. ‘It’s
“Everything about my old life just vanished. ... beautiful
Nothing else mattered to me anymore, other
to see the
than what my daughter was feeling and taking
interaction
away her pain.”
As part of the prison’s Trades Related Appren- between
ticeship Coaching program, Garcia has been Karen and
learning carpentry skills and hopes to secure a Aryanna’
well-paid job with labor-union benefits pending —SONJA ALLEY,
her release on Feb. 23, 2019—just one day before CORRECTIONALher 41st birthday. “I’m going to be able to get out, UNIT
SUPERVISOR
be a mom and have a career,” she says.
She plans to move in with her uncle in Auburn,
Wash., where she can get a fresh start, and hopes to
rebuild her relationship with Boston, now 23, who
livesinTacomaand is studyingto become apastor.
The two talk regularly, and he has visited her and
Aryanna in prison several times. “If I don’t go back
to anything I used to do,” says Garcia, “I feel like
our relationship is going to be amazing. He’s a very Watch the full episode of
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Raising a Baby Behind
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Bars, streaming now on
peopletv.com,
husband Jason Garcia, whom she married on
or download the
July 5, 2014. Currently serving 87 months at
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Wash., on several charges—including unlawful possession of a firearm—he has a tentative
release date of April 30, 2019. Although he and
Aryanna have never met, she calls him Daddy
during their monthly phone calls.
Those who know Garcia both inside and outside the concrete walls have no doubt that she’ll
succeed. “This program has saved her life,” says
Garcia’s mom, Cheryl Thoenes, 62, who now lives
in Spanaway, Wash., close enough so she can take
Aryanna home with her every other weekend for
some quality grandma time. “Her whole life revolves around that little girl. She’s become a fierce
mother and the woman that I always wanted her
to be. It’s a miracle.”
WCCW’s Alley agrees. “Seeing the change in
these women is the best part,” she says. “It’s rewarding to see them recognize their faults and, in
turn, become better mothers.”
For now, Garcia says she is simply focused on
raising her daughter and getting ready for life on
the outside. “I’ve opened my eyes and changed my
life around,” she says. “I’m not a bad person, but I
made bad choices. Your past doesn’t have to define
you, and it doesn’t define your future.”
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The comedic actress
and her news anchor
husband open up about
laughter, love and...
more laughter
By G I L L I A N T E L L I N G
At first it might
mig seem like Ali Wentworth and
George Steph
St
Stephanopoulos are a mismatched couple.
Wentworth, 5
Wentwort
53, the self-described WASP, loves a
provocative jo
provocativ
joke, has had a successful acting
career and just
ju released her third book of humorous essays, called
ca
Go Ask Ali: Half-Baked Advice
(and Free L
Lemonade).
Le
Stephanopoulos, 57, a
self-describ “very regimented” former political
self-described
adviser and a
an anchor on ABC’s Good Morning
America and
an This Week, has spent his recent days
Photographs by WINNIE AU
prepping for a big interview with former FBI
director James Comey. “He’s the rational one, and
I’m the fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants fun one,” says
Wentworth. But two minutes with the couple at
their Manhattan duplex, which they share with
daughters Elliott, 15, and Harper, 12, and it’s clear
they’re a perfect pair. “You just need to come to
terms with the idea that you’re going to be with
this person forever,” says Wentworth about the
secrets of their marital success. “Don’t think, ‘Oh, I
FULL HOUSE
“We couldn’t
scientifically have
another baby, but we
have the dog,” says
Wentworth (with
pup Cooper, George,
Harper and Elliott).
“He’s Ali’s boyfriend,”
jokes Stephanopoulos
of Cooper.
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A GOOD MAN
—ALI
WENTWO
RTH
can always get divorced or have an afair.’ We’re in
it until a nurse comes in to change our diapers and
wipes the drool of our face.” She adds, smiling,
“Knowing that makes the fights less scary.”
You have a funny story in Go Ask Ali about
screaming on a plane because you thought it was
crashing, and George was just sitting there meditating. So he’s the steady one?
ALI Yes! He’s so pragmatic and the anchor. Our
roles are actually very traditional.
GEORGE But we split the cooking. I hate doing
dishes. I’ll shop for groceries and I’ll cook, anything I can do to get out of cleaning.
Do your daughters think you’re a hilarious mom?
ALI I think it’s mixed. They think I’m funny, but
it depends on the day. I use humor to make a
point more. Like if I said, “You shouldn’t post
pictures like that, it’s sexualizing your youth,” it
goes in one ear and out the other. But if I make
fun of it, it seems to penetrate their brains more.
What’s it like to raise teen daughters in the age of
Instagram and social media?
ALI My kids don’t get yet that it’s curated. It’s
Wentworth’s third
book of humorous
essays, Go Ask Ali:
Half-Baked Advice
(and Free Lemonade),
is out April 24.
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like, “Oh, look, they’re having so much fun at
the sleepover,” but it’s probably more like, “That
one is throwing up, this one called their mom to
pick them up early.” It’s a joke. It’s not real.
GEORGE It’s also just pure addiction. They
(BOOK) PETER ZAMBOUROS
‘I W A S
P H Y S I C A L LY
AT T R A C T E D
TO HIM.
I H O P E IT
W A S N ’T O N E S ID E D . A N D
HE TH OU GH T
I CO UL D CO OK
WE LL AN D HA D
GO OD TE ET H’
“Someone described
him as the last
man standing [in
morning TV],” says
Wentworth. “He’s
just known as a
stand-up dude.”
think Instagram is an actual activity. “We’re just
doing our Instagram!” But we have some rules.
Never at the dinner table. We’re failing at the
bedtime thing, though.
You guys got engaged in 2001, two months after
meeting? That must’ve been a great first date.
ALI Yes, we have Tinder to thank for all of this!
No, we were set up by a friend in L.A., and when
she ofered to introduce me to him, I said no!
See him shaking his head? He doesn’t believe me.
GEORGE [Shrugging] It’s her story to tell.
ALI I grew up in D.C. around politics, and so this
idea was not sexy to me. But I thought, “All right,
I’ll go on a date with George Stephanopoulos. It
will be a good dinner-party story.” But then we
met for lunch at Barneys. We both ordered the
crab salad, and I was instantly smitten.
GEORGE You were wearing a raincoat. And you
had that clip in your hair.
ALI I remember that, because you said when I
took the clip out it was very sexy. Anyway, we
went outside and he shook my hand, so I assumed he didn’t like me. But then he called me
and asked for a second date.
HANDS-ON MOM
“George will go to sleep
at 8:30 p.m., and they’ll
be like, ‘Ugh, I need help
on my project, and the
smart one has gone to
bed!’” says Wentworth
(with Elliott, right, and
Harper, top).
Did you ever think two months was too soon to
get engaged?
ALI No, I was like, “Ticktock, mister, what’s the
holdup?” I had been engaged before to a guy for
eight years, and that had seemed too soon, but
with George I was like, “Come on, let’s just start
our lives together....” I went through my badboy stage before I met him, and the reason I was
blown away by him when we met is because he
has so much integrity.
Your book has some very practical advice for
women about to get married.
ALI Basically, if you’re crying hysterically on the
way to your wedding, it’s probably a bad sign. Or
if you think, “I’m about to get married, I better
have one last fling!” I didn’t even care about the
actual wedding. I just wanted to marry George.
Do you guys ever fight?
GEORGE We’ll have a quarterly blowout.
ALI It’s usually about the same thing. You don’t
appreciate me, I don’t get what I need.
GEORGE It’s a pretty clear cycle, which is actually a comforting thing to get used to.
You both have crazy careers—how do you relax?
GEORGE I go to the gym, I meditate, and I like a
cocktail.
ALI I don’t meditate, and I don’t drink. I’m not
an alcoholic, I’m just a lightweight. I’m already
fun—I don’t need to take my clothes of at a
dinner party.
GEORGE Tell her the real reason.
ALI Okay, I don’t like it! I smell his cocktail, and
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WENTW
I’m like, “I’d put that on a cotton ball and clean
my face with it, but I’d never drink it!”
Do you talk politics at home?
ALI We talk about the show Riverdale more than
anything in this house.
Ali, when did you know you were funny?
ALI I found humor just because I needed atten-
tion. I was a middle child lost in a sea of divorce,
and I used it as a way to deflect. I still do. I think
the world is such a serious place now, and I’m a
big believer in laughing, in having that release.
GEORGE [When it comes to her] I always laugh.
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PEOPLE
AT THEIR
BEST
Lily Riccio has dreamed of
Celebrating
Girl Power!
PERSUADING
ACCOMPLISHED
WOMEN TO SHARE
THEIR CAREER
STORIES, 15-YEAROLD LILY RICCIO
INSPIRES GIRLS TO
DREAM BIG
By K.C. BAKER
“These really
successful women
wanted to help the
next generation of
girls,” says Riccio
(at home), “and
I thought that
was really cool.”
•
Sharing
Advice
from
Female
Role
Models
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TARA LIPINSKI
Olympic Gold Medalist
and NBC Commentator
“If you want to be good at
a sport, even on your worst days
you should feel like you couldn’t
imagine your life without it.”
MELISSA FRANKLIN
Harvard’s First Female
Physics Professor
“Be interested
in what you’re doing
every single day.
That, to me, is what
success is.”
MANEET CHAUHAN
Executive Chef
and Food Network Judge
“Hard work and
determination can take
you anywhere; there
are no shortcuts to life.”
JULIE FOUDY
Olympic Gold Medalist,
FIFA World Cup Champion
and ESPN Commentator
“Lose the idea of perfect.
Stop comparing yourself
to other people and
really just be courageously
and fabulously you!”
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Passing It On
being a film director ever
since she was 10 years old—
when she first began making
movies on her phone and
GoPro camera. “It gave me
an outlet to express my creativity and tell stories about
things I love,” she says. But
last year, when the 15-yearold high school sophomore
went looking for information
about female directors and
how they got started, she
came up empty. “It’s such a
male-dominated field,” says
Riccio, who lives with her
parents and two brothers in
Connecticut, “and I really
wanted to have a female role
model. I wondered if other
girls were coming across the
same problem.”
Riccio’s solution was to create powerofgirl.com, a website aimed at inspiring girls
to explore career possibilities by sharing advice from
women already successful in
those fields. She interviews
top female entrepreneurs,
scientists, artists and athletes
then shares their stories
and advice on her site. “It’s
so special to be part of her
movement,” says Olympic
figure-skating gold medalist
Tara Lipinski. “It wasn’t only
something that I wanted to
do but something I had to do.”
Riccio hopes to one day
ofer scholarships on the
site as well, but for now
she says, “I want to convince
young girls that we can do
anything we put our hearts
and minds to.”
DOUBLE
TALK
Rod Stewart
&Cyndi Lauper
THE POP LEGENDS—WHO WILL HIT THE
ROAD THIS SUMMER ON A JOINT
TOUR—TALK FIRST IMPRESSIONS, PRIVATE
JETS AND ROCK STAR PARENTING
By JEFF NELSON
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Photograph by MATTHEW SALACUSE
In her 35-year career, Cyndi Lauper
has won Grammys, an Emmy and
a Tony, but the pop star is still
crossing items of her bucket list.
Next up? Hitting the road again
with Rod Stewart. “I’m a fan!”
says Lauper, 64, who will open
for the ’70s heartthrob, 73, this
summer on their second joint tour
after touring together last year
as well. Why the repeat performance? “He’s just one of the great
rock and roll singers,” Lauper
says. Together the pair opened up
to People about fame, friendship,
family and their wild ’80s style.
The first time you performed
together was actually back in 1985
at an AIDS benefit.
LAUPER What did we sing? I
can’t remember.
STEWART Who cares? I know you
didn’t like my suit! It was electric
blue. You said it was too loud.
LAUPER I didn’t think it was
rock and roll. I said that to him.
He was sad.
That wasn’t the first time you’d
met, though.
LAUPER Yeah, we had met at the
Sunset Marquis [Hotel in West
Hollywood]. I remember I got
a paper cut, and he said, “Let it
bleed, it’ll be better.” I was like,
“Oh my God.”
STEWART You’ve got a really
good memory, haven’t you?
LAUPER Bulletproof Cofee.
Do you remember your first
impressions of each other?
STEWART I thought you had a
soulful voice. I like “Time After
Time.” I’d love to have recorded
that, such a gorgeous song.
LAUPER Did you think I was
scary?
STEWART No, never, never. No
woman scares me.
LAUPER That’s right—pretty
experienced. You’ve got a lot of
daughters too.
STEWART I have
Stewart and
four daughters Lauper performing
together in L.A.
and four sons—
in 1985. Their
tour runs June 25
eight children
through Sept. 1.
altogether
[Sarah, 54, Kimberly, 38, Sean,
37, Ruby, 30, Renee, 25, Liam, 23,
Alastair, 12, and Aiden, 7].
Do your kids come out for shows?
STEWART Mine all do! They’re
never really there at the same
time, ’cause I’ve got two young
ones and the others have got
their own careers. But they
come out to see their old dad
perform and have a laugh!
LAUPER My kid [Declyn, 20] is
doing his own music. Once in a
while he comes out. He was always
telling me, “Let me play you some
good music.” And then he saw me
perform and was really sweet. He
said, “Mom, you rocked!”
How is touring different today
from when you first started?
STEWART When I first started,
we’d all travel in the back of a
small van with all the equipment,
five guys and a driver and the smell
of the exhaust. It was dreadful. I
wouldn’t have changed it, though.
LAUPER You had to do that to
get good. He takes a plane now.
STEWART Yeah, a private jet.
I deserve it!
LAUPER I don’t like to travel
separate from my band; you
feel isolated.
STEWART Why don’t you come
on my plane then? We’re going
to the same place—get there in
a half an hour instead of hours
and hours in the back of a bus.
LAUPER We’ll talk about it!
•
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Before you embark
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Revlon Salon One Step XL
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KRISTIN CAVALLARI
Seared Scallops
with Fennel
& Tomatoes
‘THIS DISH EASILY IMPRESSES
WITHOUT REQUIRING MUCH SKILL
IN THE KITCHEN,’ SAYS THE AUTHOR
OF THE TRUE ROOTS COOKBOOK
1 Tbsp. olive oil
12 large dry-packed sea scallops (about 12 oz. total)
3⁄
4
tsp. kosher salt, divided
1⁄
4
tsp. black pepper, divided
1 fennel bulb (about 8 oz.), thinly sliced
1 tsp. chopped fresh thyme
1⁄
8
tsp. garlic powder
1 cup halved cherry tomatoes
Watercress or microgreens, for garnish (optional)
Coarse or flaky sea salt
1. Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over high. Pat scallops dry with
a paper towel, and sprinkle both sides with 1⁄ 4 teaspoon of the salt
and 1⁄ 8 teaspoon of the pepper. Add scallops to skillet, and sear on
1 side until browned, about 2 minutes. Flip and sear on other side until
browned, another 2 minutes. Transfer scallops to a plate, and set aside.
2. Reduce heat to medium high; add fennel, thyme and garlic powder
to skillet, and cook, stirring often, until golden brown, about 3 minutes.
Sprinkle with remaining 1⁄ 2 teaspoon salt and 1⁄ 8 teaspoon pepper.
Add tomatoes, and cook, stirring often, until charred, about 3 minutes.
3. Divide fennel mixture and scallops among 4 plates. Garnish
with microgreens, if desired, and a pinch of sea salt.
Serves: 4 Active time: 20 minutes Total time: 20 minutes
Make it in
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24 cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies
(such as Oreos)
1⁄
4 cup unsalted butter, melted
1⁄
4 tsp. kosher salt
2 qt. coffee ice cream, softened
1 cup heavy cream
1⁄
4 cup powdered sugar
2 tsp. instant espresso granules
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 oz. bittersweet chocolate, grated
NATHAN TURNER
Frozen
Mud Pie
THE AUTHOR OF THE
DESIGN AND ENTERTAINING
GUIDE I LOVE CALIFORNIA
SHARES A ‘TRIED-AND-TRUE’
DESSERT INSPIRED BY
HIS WEST COAST ROOTS
1. Process cookies in a food processor until finely ground, about
30 seconds. Transfer crumbs to a bowl, and add butter and
salt; stir to combine. Press mixture evenly on bottom and up sides
of a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate. Freeze 30 minutes.
2. Fill crust with softened ice cream, smoothing top with an offset
spatula. Freeze pie until the ice cream is firm, about 30 minutes.
3. Meanwhile, beat heavy cream, powdered sugar, espresso granules
and vanilla with an electric mixer on medium speed until stiff peaks
form, about 5 minutes. Dollop whipped cream on ice-cream filling,
and swirl all over top to cover. Sprinkle with chocolate, and freeze for
at least 4 hours. Serve with more whipped cream if desired.
Serves: 8 Active time: 20 minutes
Total time: 5 hours (includes freezing)
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Morales at home in
L.A. with husband
Joe Rhodes and sons
Josh (left) and
Luke. For her oneskillet chicken tacos
recipe from At Home
with Natalie, visit
people.com/food.
NATALIE MORALES
Creating
Conversation
at the Table
FOR NATALIE MORALES, preparing dinner is a way to unwind. “Cooking is a little
bit of therapy after a long day,” says the Access host, 45, who is “out the door” at 5:30
every morning. “I’ll open up a bottle of wine and just enjoy the whole process.” In fact,
she says, her skills in the kitchen first helped win over her husband, investment banker
Joe Rhodes, 47. “When we started dating, I would make a meal and he’d be like, ‘Wow,
she’s even more amazing than I thought s he was!’” she says with a laugh. Now raising
sons Josh, 14, and Luke, 9, Morales—whose debut cookbook, At Home with Natalie,
hits shelves on April 17—still takes the reins behind the stove (with the boys on cleanup duty), whipping up favorites like skillet chicken tacos while encouraging her kids
“to try new things, as picky as they are.” Her only rule: no gadgets allowed. “We get
our kids to talk to us by sitting down at the table,” she says. “It’s so important to have
that moment to talk to them about the things they care about.” —SHAY SPENCE
‘FOOD IS A BONDING
EXPERIENCE FOR MY FAMILY,’
SAYS THE ACCESS STAR AND
NEW COOKBOOK AUTHOR
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The exterior
“is southern, but
not over-thetop,” says Morris.
“There’s still
some rock and
roll flair.”
‘We love
having
our friends
over. We’re
definitely
back-porch
people’
—MAREN MORRIS
HOME TOUR
Maren
Morris’s
Nashville
Backyard
“Pink and yellow
plants warm up
the space,” says
designer Donovan.
THE COUNTRY STAR AND HER
NEW HUSBAND SHOW
OFF THEIR SOUTHERN OASIS
THE
PROJECTOR
SCREEN IS A HIT.
“WE’RE GOING TO
HAVE A HOCKEY
PLAY-OFFS PARTY,”
SAYS MORRIS.
DESIGNER TIPS!
TARA DONOVAN’S ADVICE
FOR A BACKYARD HAVEN
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April 23, 2018 PEOPLE
MAKE A PLAN
“Decide how you’ll spend
your time, and designate
areas to accommodate
those activities.”
Seating
areas create
a relaxing
environment.
“I’ll read a
book out
there when
the weather’s
nice,” she
says.
KEEP IT SIMPLE
“It’s a good idea to
keep the number of
colors to a minimum to
avoid a cluttered look.”
WHEN COUNTRY SINGER Maren Morris,
27, and her husband, fellow musician Ryan
Hurd, 31, first saw their three-bedroom, threebathroom home in Nashville, they instantly
felt connected to its classic southern charm. “It
has a wraparound porch, which I love,” says the
Grammy winner. “That was one of the things
that drew me to the house.” The backyard,
however, was far from welcoming for the couple,
who wed in March. “It was completely blank,”
Morris recalls. “But we are such entertainers, so
we had a lot of wants when it came to tackling it.”
That list included a fire pit—“That’s something
we couldn’t compromise on,” she says—as well
as a cozy seating area where the couple can
relax together after long stretches on the road.
For help they turned to Tara Donovan, design
expert and style director for Wayfair Registry,
who incorporated romantic touches, including
string lights and a pair of rocking chairs, as well
as a few surprises, like the projector screen
perfect for movie nights with friends. “We
watched the Oscars out there. It’s a really cool
space,” Morris says. Adds Hurd: “I hope the
neighbors don’t mind.” —MEGAN STEIN
ADD AMBIENCE
“Umbrellas are
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THE ACTRESS, 38, RETURNS
FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF
THE FOX SITCOM NEW GIRL
Last time I danced
With my daughter [Elsie, 2] in
the kitchen a couple of days ago.
She’ll just say, “Mommy, dance!”
Right now she’s into songs from
The Little Mermaid. She’s never
seen a movie but somehow
knows all the Disney princesses.
Last indulgence
Oh, black licorice. I know a lot
of people don’t like it, but I love
it. Even when I was a kid, I had
strangely mature tastes, like
olives and capers and anchovies.
Last fashion disaster
I’ve had two pregnancies in
basically as many years [son
Charlie is 11 months], so it’s very
easy to have a fashion disaster.
You gain weight; you lose weight—
it’s very confusing. At a certain
point just wearing all black is safer.
Last thing I took from a set
I got to keep a few things
from the New Girl set because
they were throwing things away.
I took a framed watermelon and
a botanical poster from [her
character] Jess’s room. I don’t
think I’ve ever taken anything
before—I just move on.
Last time I was recognized
Yesterday. Most people say,
“Has anyone ever told you that
you look exactly like Zooey
Deschanel?” And I go, “Yes, they
have.” I’m not lying!
Reported by Julie Jordan
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