Myleene Klass: 'I don't live by regrets'

Myleene Klass joined us on the show to talk about her charity work in Nepal, Susanna asked her about the headlines she recently made the press for, her opinions on children's party etiquette.

Myleene said: "There's been so much that's been said and I understand from your position it's a question you certainly want to ask", she added, "for me at the time I was in Nepal and that's the real perspective builder so when everything was really full on I just was like holding dying babies and then when you see that and you're looking at the mother's eyes and you think right I'm here with Save the Children, you wanna save the children and not deal with that."

When Ben asked her whether she regretted the tweet she said "do you live your life by regrets Ben?"

Myleene Klass tweets her opinions on children's party etiquette

WATCH: Myleene Klass' Nepal video diary

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'It's wonderful to see so much good being done'

I cannot imagine that feeling of helplessness because in the UK we do have options and we provide solutions.

– Myleene Klass

Charity workers from Save the Children are warning that almost 30 countries are at risk of an Ebola type epidemic because they have such weak healthcare systems. They say the rest of the world needs to wake up to the threat and help provide better protection for millions of children

In her video diary, made exclusively for the Good Morning Britain website, Myleene Klass shares her experiences of her recent trip to Nepal, which has a weaker health system than other ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa.

Myleene Klass speaks out on children's party etiquette

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Questionning continues over missing Becky Watts

Detectives searching for the missing Bristol teenager Becky Watts are continuing to question two people on suspicion of her murder. A twenty-eight-year-old man and a woman, 21, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Becky Watts has been missing for almost two weeks, she was last seen on February 19, and forensic teams are searching three houses. Becky left home with a phone, laptop and tablet and police have seized a black Vauxhall Zafira.

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