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Fabulous mag will be FREE with The Sun this Sunday

21st February
Fabulous mag will be FREE with The Sun this Sunday

The Sun will hit news stands on Sunday with award-winning Fabulous magazine inside, we can reveal.


With just five days to go, excitement is growing across the world at a new dawn for Britain's favourite paper.


And we are making it even more special for YOU, our readers, by including the fab glossy mag in the package every Sunday.


Fabulous — winner of a host of gongs including British Press Award for Supplement of the Year — moves from Saturdays.


Its editor Rachel Richardson said: "I'm thrilled Fabulous will be an integral part of the new Sunday package. Our mix of exclusive celebrity interviews and brilliant real-life stories make us a must-read."


Our historic announcement yesterday to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun this weekend made headlines around the globe. Even our critics admitted Rupert Murdoch's bold move was a masterstroke.


Five days ... is just 0.0002% of the length of the Queen's reign since 1952


The Guardian's media commentator Roy Greenslade said: "It will surely have his rivals gasping, leaving them little time to prepare.


"Love him or hate him, you have to admire the chutzpah. What a guy!"

The news was covered in detail by papers and TV channels in the USA and Australia. Even journalists on rival Fleet Street papers were buzzing.

However, the most important reaction was from you, the readers, who are at the heart of everything we do.


We were inundated with thousands of calls and messages of goodwill.

Noel Downey emailed saying: "Well done The Sun. Can't wait for Sunday. Great news."


A loyal reader calling himself Joseph2011 wrote: "That's fantastic! The Sun is the only paper I buy." And Rob52 was so excited all he could write was: "Yippppppppppppppeeeeeeee."


Well said!