Coleen first came to fame as part of the all sister group The Nolans who she toured the world with, selling 30 million records along the way!
After having her first two children Coleen turned her hand towards TV presenting and hasn't been off our screens in 14 years, first she presented This Morning before taking residence in seat two of Loose Women for an 11 year stint from 2000 to 2011.
She then returned to This Morning for a further two years before returning home as she calls it to join the other girls again on Loose Women. Coleen has also presented the Dancing on Ice Friday show with Ben Shepherd as well as the main Dancing On Ice show with Phillip Schofield, she also hosted her own SKY series The Secret Guide to Women's Health, ITV's The Truth About Beauty Season, Channel 5's The Wright Stuff as well as a host of other shows too.
As the Daily Mirror's resident advice columnist, her problem solving is read by over 10 million, she’s also the regular agony aunt on The Alan Titchmarsh Show and has an opinion based column every week in Best magazine.
Coleen’s thrilled to be back and loving being Loose again.
Find out more in her Q&A below:
I’m best known for: Being a part of the Nolan Sisters - luckily I'm the youngest!
The proudest moment of my career is: The Nolan’s Reunion tour in 2009 - we had the most amazing time and I'll treasure the memories forever
The first thing I do in the morning is: Put the kettle on!
My favourite lunch is: I tend to miss lunch but I do love pasta arrabiata when I'm on the run
The most famous person in my phonebook is: Brian May!
The actor who would play me in a film about my life is: Dawn French because I feel we have the same sense of hunour and I think she is a great actress
My favourite memory from working on Loose Women is: The show celebrating my forthcoming wedding to Ray - that was really emotional and I was in bits throughout!
If I wasn’t presenting Loose Women, I’d be: Mucking out down at the local stables. I would honestly spend everyday with the horses. When I was at school my dream was to be a vet - goodness knows what happened!
You’d be surprised to learn that: I suffer really badly with nerves before every show, even after all these years
The one thing I couldn’t live without is: My children