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Albertina Lloyd

Freelance journalist and editor

I am a versatile journalist and editor with almost 15 years experience and a bulging contacts book. I can turn my hand to anything – from writing engaging print copy, to converting it to a digital format with the power to go viral.
Over my career I have interviewed a universe of stars, and while I know all the tricks of the trade when it comes to Search Engine Optimisation, I also relish revealing just what it was like to meet a person through the power of the written word.
Writing is what I do - but it is engaging the reader that is my ultimate aim.

WW magazine
Marcus Wareing interview

Professional chef Marcus Wareing talks healthy eating and judging his own kids in the kitchen

WW magazine
Wedding dress missions

Bride to be Catherine and serial bridesmaid Teegan reveal how they lost over three stone to look their best in 'the' dress

WW magazine
Appetite For Life

Dive into the Wild Swimming trend with WW member Helen

WW magazine

What is Graves' disease and how can it affect weightloss? WW ambassador Amy shares her food diary and tips

The Northern Echo
Grant writes himself off

In new romcom The Rewrite, Hugh Grant plays a washed-up screenwriter, jaded by Hollywood. Of course, there's a happy ending, but as the actor tells Albertina Lloyd, it's the jaded part he really relates to Do you remember that scene in Notting Hill, where Hugh Grant's character goes to see Julia Roberts at her swanky London hotel, not realising she's in the middle of doing interviews promoting her new film?

Katie Hopkins admits regrets over migrant comments

Katie Hopkins has admitted she does regret some of the controversial language she used to describe migrants. The former Celebrity Big Brother star caused uproar when she described migrants as "cockroaches and "feral humans".

Gazza hated hearing Gaza Strip on the news because he feared it was about him

Paul Gascoigne has revealed he used to get paranoid hearing the Gaza Strip mentioned on the news because he feared it was another negative news story about him. The former England footballer - known as Gazza - has opened up about his life and career in a new documentary film Gascoigne, which has its premiere in London tonight.

The Northern Echo
Pike's good girl image gone

After English roses and fun sidekicks, Rosamund Pike tells Albertina Lloyd, she is ready to break out of her box. Tackling the complicated lead in the highly-anticipated Gone Girl adaptation might just prove the perfect move ROSAMUND PIKE sits munching from a fruit plate.