Woman’s Own is celebrating its 80th birthday with a special commemorative issue.
Editorial in the 72-page birthday issue includes an exclusive interview with Barbara Taylor Bradford, who worked at the magazine and a feature celebrating the life of Joan Collins – who also celebrates her 80th birthday this year.
To celebrate the birthday, the first edition of Woman’s Own will be available as a digital magazine to view at www.womansown.co.uk.
Readers can also browse galleries of the best Woman’s Own covers from the past 80 years.
To drive awareness of the birthday, the magazine brand has worked with photographer Alison Jackson to create a spoof picture of The Queen, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge all reading Woman’s Own under hood dryers at the hairdressers.
Readers will be asked to send in photos of unusual places where they read their copy of the magazine to the website and readers will vote for an overall winner who receives a cash prize.
Catherine Westwood, Woman’s Own Editor, said: “There has never been a more exciting time to work for Woman’s Own.
“Our heritage means so much to our readers, but they love that fact that we already move with the times to reflect their lives.”