Introducing Caitlyn Jenner

The first photo of Caitlyn Jenner has been revealed on the front cover of Vanity Fair.

In April, former Olympic athlete and reality star Bruce Jenner announced plans to transition to a woman in a special two-hour edition of ABC News’ 20/20 with Dianne Sawyer.

Saying goodbye to Bruce, Caitlyn made her debut on the cover of July's Vanity Fair, and shared the amazing photo on Twitter.

We lost over six stone going sugar free

Summer's just around the corner and if you're thinking about getting fit and healthy for the holidays, we could help.

Back in January we had huge success with our Sugar Free GMB campaign, and now it's back - but this time we're heading to Cyprus with fitness expert Jessie Pavelka and Nutritionist Tonia Buxton.

And to prove just what could happen when you go sugar free with GMB, viewers Louise Elphee and Carla Andrews reveal their amazing weight loss.

Catch up with the last week of This Morning on ITV Player

Hunt clamps down on agency hospital staff

Healthcare agencies that charge up to £3500 a day for fill-in doctors could be banned from doing business with the NHS

The government wants to reduce the £3.3 billion bill for temporary doctors and nurses.

New rules will impose a maxmium hourly rate for agency doctors and nurses and a cap on spending by NHS trusts. Some agencies charge £3,500 for a single doctor's shift.

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt details his plans for us.

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Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy dies

He was one of the most gentle and unflappable politicians I have ever known

– Nick Clegg

It's been announced that former Liberal Democrats leader Charles Kennedy has died at his home in Fort William, Scotland, aged 55.

His family have released a statement saying they are devastated by their loss, describing Charles as a "fine man, a talented politician, a loving father to his young son".

Nick Clegg, the recent former leader of the Liberal Democrats has described him as "one of the most gentle and unflappable politicians I have ever known".

Leading Lib Dem politician Tim Farron told Good Morning Britain that Kennedy was a man who could "move hearts, move minds, move votes", and Lembit Öpik told us that the news was "heartbreaking".