Prince Harry turns thirty today and to celebrate we've created a gallery to celebrate his life in the media over the years!
Today we're live from the Manchester Dogs home with manager Anna Standfield after Simon Cowell's generous £25,000 pledge.
Plus we speak to a family divided over the Scottish referendum and Penny Junor, author of new Prince Harry autobiography joins us to talk about the Royal's 30th birthday.
Spandau Ballet are on the sofa to discuss their documentary Soul Boys of the Western World and 16-year-old X Factor hopeful Lauren Platt and her parents Sahsa and Bradley join us.
This week we're counting down to Downton... so we're live from Highclere with its, current chatelaine, Lady Carnarvon, who is here to tell us about the real scandal behind her home which is the setting for the hit ITV series.
X Factor boss Simon Cowell has pledged £25,000 to the Manchester Dogs' Home after a large fire killed 60 animals.
At the weekend Simon tweeted:
Lisa Graham, of Manchester Dogs' Home, said: "It's fantastic the support we have had, the celebrities coming in retweeting information and letting their followers know what has happened.
"The money will help us start a rebuild, it will help fund contingency plans that we have had to put into place - it's going to give us a new start."
Prince Harry has plenty to celebrate on his 30th birthday, after his Invictus Games turned out to be a roaring success.
The fourth in line to the throne closed his games for injured servicemen and women with a star-studded concert headlined by the Foo Fighters.
The band reportedly agreed to play after Prince Harry called lead singer Dave Ghorl personally to persuade him.
Prince Harry joked he would celebrate with a beer after the Invictus Games had finished.
The "spare heir" is set to inherit a multi-million pound fortune from his mother - estimated to be £10.7 million.
The rest of Britain has said no to Scottish independence and wants the UK to stay as it is, according to an exclusive Good Morning Britain poll.
A One Poll survey found 53% did not want to Scotland to vote Yes to independence in next week's vote compared to the 21% who believed the country should go it alone.
Almost half (48%) of the 5,000 adults living in England, Wales and Northern Ireland did not care whether Scotland became independent.
A further 42% felt it would make no difference in their lives.
The survey shows some concerns about the financial impact of an independent Scotland on the rest of the UK.
More than half of respondents (52%) said they would not be better off financially in the event of a Yes vote, while only 16% thought the opposite.