You're quite right! I'm sure I speak for a few on here when I say we DON'T want her back at UK Vogue AT ALL. Sad to think that Elle, despite the way they went about it, ended up with a way more stronger offering than Vogue. I've often wondered how Americans feel about the continued Anglification of US Vogue's covers, which really became more pronounced when Anna started using celebs. I'd have liked to believe that maybe it was due to Hollywood being a melting pot of different talents, and that she merely wanted to reflect that? After the endless Sienna, Keira, Carey, Kate W covers, most of the readers must like that sort of thing. The disconnect comes when you'll find that most of these women (Sienna and Carey especially) hardly booked any US glossy covers beyond Vogue. That's when one can gather that the majority of Americans probably don't know/care for them.