SO IT TURNS out Bella has a long lost brother — and his name is Beau.
This month we’ve hit a milestone, or perhaps we’ve discovered one.
Because this month we launch our first men’s magazine — the equivalent of Bella but, you guessed it, about men instead of women.
The inaugural issue takes a behind-the-scenes look at one of the more high-profile figures around town.
A lot of people think they know him pretty well but after reading this story might be in for a surprise.
Beau also caught up with an amazing individual who has done everything from working in an abattoir to being a truckie — and now he is one of the most sought-after masseurs in the twin towns.
And not just for people.
Beau also introduces a column asking the awkward questions in the world of men — from boxers to briefs, Holden or Ford and icky things such as the state of your internal plumbing and the link between your diet and your derriere.
But that’s not the only new and exciting difference for Bella this month.
We’re also launching Bella online.
It is the Bella you know and love — the difference is it’s accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
So instead of waiting months to get your hands on our magazine, you only need jump on your phone or computer and there she is.
Ready to entertain.
So be sure to check it out at bella.riverineherald.com.au or follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
I can assure you, it won’t disappoint.
If you have any content you think would shine on our website, email [email protected]
- Editor Tyla Harrington.