Today on Good Morning Britain we've been celebrating 25 years of Dr Hilary Jones who has been on our screens for a quarter of a century!
We surprised him with some of the people he helped medically and his family - take a look at some of our snaps from his special day and scroll through some of the messages and support people have sent in! #DrH25years
The new England captain Wayne Rooney says they need to win back the fans, after it was announced the top tier at Wembley stadium would be closed for the first time for an England game.
The FA expect fewer than 40 thousands supporters to attend the 90 thousand capacity stadium for the friendly against Norway tonight. The match is live on ITV, coverage starts at 7.30. And the new captain puts the lack of fans down to a poor world cup in Brazil.
The upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing will be the first without original host Sir Bruce Forsyth, who has presented the show for over a decade.
But the show is back and with a host of new celebrities ready to step into their dancing shoes, like our very own Susanna Reid did, so it’s only fair that we sent her to the launch!
We're celebrating 25 years of the the legend that is Dr Hilary Jones on Good Morning Britain today!
The good doctor has helped the viewers of ITV breakfast television for the last quarter of a century, so we felt it was necessary to take a look at Hilary through the years!
And don't forget to share your memories using #DrH25years and get involved on Facebook and Twitter or by emailing your comments to GMB@itv.com before 8am Wednesday 3 September for a chance to get them on air. You must be 18 and over, terms at: itv.com/terms
World leaders will meet in Wales tomorrow for the start of a summit in Newport, with the biggest gathering of countries, attending the NATO summit.
Newport has gone into lockdown with high security measures, including more than 10,000 police officers assigned to protect the conference.
The summit takes place as the government's emergency Cobra committee plans to meet, after a video was released by Islamic State militants claiming to show the beheading of a second American journalist. It warns a British hostage could be next.
Not at all no, I think it was the right thing to do.
After three days and four nights apart, Ashya King and his parents should finally be reunited in the next few hours.
Brett and Naghmeh King were freed from a Spanish prison late last night when British authorities dropped the case against them. But they face a continuing legal battle over their son, who remains a ward of court.
That order was applied for by Portsmouth City council, we spoke to council leader, Cllr Donna Jones.
And it's Strictly sequins as this year's stars show off their moves for first time