Born and bred in Essex, Penny graduated from the 'London College of Fashion' at the age of 17 where she went on to work as a top model for over 10 years. Inspired by the fashion world she decided to switch to the other side of the lens and become a photographer.
Shortly after meeting her husband to be - in 1999 - and embarking on the proud journey of Motherhood, she fulfilled her dream of performing on the west-end stage, in the musical 'Tonight's the Night'.
Following on from my passion to dance, I competed in the 5th series of 'Strictly come Dancing' and had the time of my life!
Being grateful and giving back, was an important message that my parents instilled in me. That's why the charity work that I'm involved with means so much to me and I hope my children will learn the same lesson.
In more recent years Penny has embraced the opportunity of TV presenting whilst juggling an international family life split between London and LA!
Find out more about Penny in her Q&A:
I'm best know for: Long legs, famous husband and Strictly!
The proudest moment in my career is: when I conquer my fears
The first thing I do in the morning is: Brush my teeth
My favourite lunch is: Chinese chicken salad
The most famous person in my phonebook is: My husband - Rod Stewart
The actress who would play me in a film about my life is: Emma Thomson
If I wasn’t presenting Loose Women, I’d be: Doing the school run
The one thing I couldn’t live without is: Laughter
Jamelia has over 1.7 million album sales with 7 top 10 hits from her album Thank You including Superstar, Thank You and her co-write with Chris Martin, See It In A Boy’s Eyes. Jamelia stormed the top 10 again with Stop, her signature track for the second Bridget Jones film. Jamelia’s has also seen success in Europe, Australia and New Zealand where she reached No 1.
Winner of four MOBO awards, including Best UK Act and Best British Female, she has performed at the MOBOS and co-hosted the awards in 2007.
Jane Moore has been a national newspaper journalist for 25 years.
She has been a news reporter, royal correspondent, feature writer, and now writes an opinion column for The Sun that has eight million readers every Wednesday.
Shobna has been a regular on Loose Women since March 2013 and is back for another series.
Working in the entertainment and performing arts industry for 28 years Shobna has had a varied experience. After studying modern languages in school and Arabic at Manchester University she went to do a post-graduate in dance at The Laban Centre, Goldsmith's College, UCL. Then a diploma from Middlesex University qualified her as a dance teacher. On stage, she was also model and dancer.
I joined the Loose Women team in 2011. I live in London, Yorkshire and Kent.
During my career I have edited the Independent on Sunday, been a top television executive, as well as a regular in front of the camera as a presenter.
Linda Robson has been a regular Loose Women presenter since 2012. Brit actress Linda is best known for her role as Tracey in BBC comedy Birds of a Feather.
Sherrie Hewson is the longest serving Loose Women panellist and has continued to entertain and empathise with the nation for the past 11 years.
Outside of her work in daytime television Sherrie was possibly best known for her iconic portrayal of Maureen Holdsworth in Coronation Street, this was of course before ITV's most popular comedy Benidorm came calling! Joyce Temple Savage was created by the wonderful writer Derren Litten especially for Sherrie and immediately proved such a hit with audiences and critics alike that Sherrie became a permanent cast member and has already filmed the second series which airs Spring and is due to film the third series next March.
Kaye Adams presented the very first Loose Women back in 1999 along with Nadia Sawalha and stayed in the anchor chair for seven years before giving in to the demands of two small children.
Kaye's background is in news and current affairs journalism, having joined Central Television as a graduate trainee straight from university. Highlights include a multi award winning documentary featuring an interview at 10 Downing Street with the then Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and reporting live from the scene of the Lockerbie disaster.