Heather Peace is on the cover of our brand new June issue! 😍🌈

Plus #Berena, Amber's Closet, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, The Voice's Lauren Bannon and so much more


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This month we’re super excited to have actor, singer and Radio DIVA co-host Heather Peace rocking our cover for a record-breaking seventh time. In her most revealing interview ever, the Lip Service star opens up about her marriage, lesbian parenting and why she’s actually very different to the roles she plays. Make sure you check out our stunning photo shoot and find out what went down when we spent the day chez Peace, ahead of the DIVA Music Festival.

 

Also in this issue…

 

Holby City’s Catherine Russell on Berena, feminism and being a lesbian icon

 

We hang out in Amber’s Closet and get to know the woman taking YouTube by storm

 

Legends Of Tomorrow’s Maisie Richardson-Sellers: “I don't want to exist within the boxes given”

 

The career issue: How to start your own business, by women who have

 

Why we love The Voice finalist Lauren Bannon

 

Does being out on the court still have the potential to kill a career in tennis?

 

“How a stay at an artsy lesbian Airbnb made me question my whole identity”

 

PLUS: Karima Francis, Rachael Cantu, menswear for women and so much more!

 

Struggling to find a copy? Here's where to buy DIVA.

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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