Facebook may have pulled the plug on your Woman's Day news feed, but there are so many other ways to access all your favourite stories about royals, reality TV, celebrity news, beauty and fashion.
The social media platform's dramatic and unprecedented move means you will no longer be able to read, share and access your favourite Woman's Day digital stories via Facebook.
But don't worry, it isn't all bad news. We're still here for you, creating the stories you know and love to read. And there are so many other ways to find your Woman's Day content.
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Going directly to Woman's Day homepage www.nowtolove.com.au is the quickest and easiest way to see everything we have on offer.
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We take readers inside all the stars' lives – the good, the bad and the ugly. We also bring all the latest star trends, from fashion, beauty and travel.
Can't get enough of your juicy A-list gossip? Head over to Woman's Day's Instagram page, updated throughout the day with breaking local celeb news, exclusive interviews, reality TV juice and royal bombshells.
Hit the link in our bio to access a full rundown of stories and while you're at it, turn on our Instagram post notifications by tapping the bell in the top right-hand corner of our IG profile so you never miss a post.
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We'll be updating Woman's Day's feed the perfect mix of royals, celebrity gossip, fashion and lifestyle.
Of course, all your much-loved Woman's Day content is also available every Monday in the new issue of the magazine.
Woman's Day is Australia's number one weekly magazine. It is the absolute authority on Australian and international celebrities. From cover to cover, we take readers inside the stars' lives – the good, the bad and the ugly. We show readers all the latest star trends, from fashion and beauty to homes and travel.