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Kerry Washington Reveals How She Deals with Today's Politics

Kerry Washington looks fresh faced and beautiful on the cover of Allure‘s November 2017 issue.

Here’s what the 40-year-old Scandal star had to share with the mag:

On people thinking she’s Olivia Pope being able to “handle it” in real life: “It happens All. The. Time. I mean, part of it is because they know I can connect them to Judy Smith, [the crisis manager] who the role is based on. But people call me to say, ‘I have this problem. Can I talk to you about it?’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t even want to know! Just skip over me!’ But I know secrets.”

On how she handles this political landscape: “I have to dip in and dip out, because it suffocates me. Like, I become unable to function. So it’s a tricky balance between staying aware and also staying connected to a sense of hope and productivity and showing up for life.”

On her beauty indulgence: “Massages. I love them because they fall in that in-between for me: half beauty, half wellness. It’s something I do because I’m in heels a lot and I work really long hours. And I have a lot of pressures in my life. So massages are a good way for me to maintain my health and wellness, but also I feel like I’m doing something indulgent. And I’m a deep-tissue girl. I ask for the strongest massage therapist. Unravel me. Get in there.”

For more from Kerry, visit Allure.com.

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Ashley Graham Reveals How Her Faith Affects Her Career Decisions

Ashley Graham looks sexy and carefree on the cover of Elle UK‘s November 2017 issue, on newsstands tomorrow.

Here’s what the 29-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On whether her faith affects her career decisions: “When I’m shooting lingerie or Sports Illustrated, I’m aware that my pastor follows me on Instagram. You should be the same person from the moment you wake up to when you go to bed.”

On the importance of her religious beliefs: “I come from a Christian background, and when I moved to New York, I got away from God. Then I realized that living here, you need something to keep you grounded or you’ll go crazy.”

On whether she has always been body confident: “I have, yes. My problem though, was I kept getting bigger because I wasn’t taking care of my body. I wasn’t working out. I was eating whatever because I was in this category – ‘plus size’ – and it got out of control. I started hating my body, but I never hid it with clothing because I always felt sexy inside. The moment that I started respecting myself, my clothes changed.”

Read the full interview in the November issue of Elle UK, on sale October 17.

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Kathryn Hahn Shares Mag Cover with Movie Mom Susan Sarandon

Kathryn Hahn and Susan Sarandon indulge in some sweets while posing for the cover of Good Housekeeping‘s November 2017 issue, on newsstands October 17.

Here is what the A Bad Moms Christmas co-stars had to share with the mag:

Kathryn on her happy-life parenting secret: “I found my tribe of moms who have the same philosophy as I do of not taking myself too seriously. We have a thing we say: ‘Unsubscribe!’ If there is any noise coming at us, we just unsubscribe.”

Kathryn on the best mom-to-mom advice she’s received: “I remember hearing the saying ‘The days are long, but the years are short’ a lot. It’s true, when you’re in young parenthood…I would dread the night. But it also goes by so freakin’ fast — it’s like instant nostalgia, being a parent. I remember looking at 3-to-6-month onesies and thinking, Oh, she’ll never be in those, and now my daughter uses them for her dolls.”

Susan on the worst mom-to-mom advice she’s received: “I think it was ‘Don’t have the baby,’ as though it would ruin my career, and I was so old anyway. I had my first baby at 39 and my third at 45, and with each child, [people were] like, ‘Are you crazy? Don’t!’”

For more from the issue, visit GoodHousekeeping.com!

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Henry Cavill's Dog Kal Makes Cameo in 'The Rake' Shoot!

Henry Cavill gives his dog Kal a scratch on the head in this photo for his cover shoot for The Rake magazine’s October 2017 issue.

Here is what the 34-year-old actor had to share with the mag:

On having pride as a Brit: “My parents raised me and all my brothers as British, very British. My mother is Scottish and Irish, and my father is English. It has always been a matter of being proud to be British. It isn’t about turning your nose up at the rest of the world, it’s just that we are an island that, despite all the odds, managed to survive all the other empires of history and became the largest empire itself, and has still survived to be a world power. I think my parents just bred it into me to be proud, and I am.”

On the moments that changed his life: “There are a few events in my life that I felt like, when I was experiencing them, my life was going to change for ever. The first was The Count of Monte Cristo, second was getting Superman, the third was getting Kal.”

On dressing up: “I always liked suits, I like to look smart. My parents would dress us up for occasions, and we’d have blazers. Being in public school, you had to dress smartly, and I liked it. My enjoyment of style has taken a while to develop because I haven’t really known what I wanted. As soon as I wore my first bespoke suit I thought, ‘Oh, O.K., this is what it is supposed to look like’.”

FYI: Henry‘s dog was named after the real name of his Superman character, Kal-El!

For more from Henry, visit TheRake.com!

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Michelle Pfeiffer Thinks This Movie Didn't Get Proper Recognition: 'Beavis & Butt-Head' Beat Us at the Box Office

Michelle Pfeiffer looks stunning in this black-and-white photo shoot for The Edit.

Here’s what the Murder on the Orient Express star had to share with the mag:

On watching herself in movies: “I look back at everything and wish I’d done it differently. I’ll see a film – which is becoming harder and harder for me – but I’ll see it once it’s finished and I’m gearing up to do press and I need to know what I’m talking about, then I never watch it again. If I’m scrolling the television and [a film I’m in] is on the guide, I can’t get by it quick enough.”

On social anxiety: “A lot of social situations are torture for me. […] Sometimes when you’re in a social situation where you don’t know people really well, it feels a little like you’re being interviewed all the time. It’s understandable, but somewhat exhausting.”

On the film she feels didn’t get the proper recognition: “One Fine Day with George Clooney. I think that on the opening weekend we got beaten at the box office by Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. That was particularly demoralizing.”

For more from Michelle, visit Net-a-Porter.com.

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Jane Fonda on Today's Political Climate: 'I've Never Experienced This Kind of Nightmare'

Jane Fonda looks amazing on the cover of Town & Country magazine’s November 2017 issue, on newsstands October 17.

Here’s what the 79-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On not chasing perfection: “Perfect? It doesn’t exist. What matters is that you’re whole.”

On today’s political climate: “I’m almost 80, and so to say that I’ve never experienced this kind of nightmare before in my life is saying something… I became an activist in 1970 and if I can give any advice it’s this: We mustn’t normalize this presidency.”

On her outlook on life and on the future: “I’m not afraid of death, but I’m afraid of getting to the end without becoming the best I can be as a person…There’s a lot of time behind me and not much time ahead of me. And whatever time is left, I want to do it differently.”

On why she misses her father, Henry Fonda:
“I miss him so much. I think I’d be able to talk to him now, which was something I had a hard time doing when he was alive; I was too intimidated by him. There’s so much I wasn’t able to say.”

For more from Jane, visit TownAndCountryMag.com.

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Kristen Bell Reveals Her Best Healthy Habit

Kristen Bell looks so relaxed and happy on the cover of Shape magazine’s November 2017 issue, on newsstands October 17.

Here’s what the 37-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On teaching her daughters about being healthy: “It’s important to me to show my children that I care about my health and fitness enough to stay committed. So when I’m in their room with them, I’ll do squats. When they ask what I’m doing, I’ll say I’m getting my physical fitness in…it’s a value I want to instill in my kids at an early age – that paying attention to your body is mandatory.”

On finding time to workout: “At work, while I’m running through lines with my fellow actors, I’ll be leaning backward on a chair doing tripcep dips. At home, when my kids and I are on a walk, and they’re meandering and looking at leaves, I’ll do lunges. I get it in however and whenever I can.”

On her best healthy habit: “My best healthy habit is knowing how to read a nutrition label…I try to balance everything…I appreciate understanding what I’m putting into my body.”

For more from Kristen, visit Shape.com.

FYI: Kristen is wearing a Levi’s trucker jacket in the spread.

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