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.
She has presented several television documentaries on a range of subjects including food labelling, the HPV vaccine, the banking crisis and government overspending, is a regular on a variety of political debate programmes including ITV's The Agenda, and has also reported for ITV's Tonight.
She has written six best-selling novels - one of which, The Ex Files, is currently being made in to a Hollywood movie - and was the ghostwriter for Sharon Osbourne's latest memoir. One of the original panelists on Loose Women, she has just rejoined after 12 years. She is married with two children and a stepdaughter and lives in South London.
Find out more about Jane in her Q&A:
I’m best known for: Journalism and having forthright views
The proudest moment of my career is: Winning Columnist of the Year at the British Press Awards
The first thing I do in the morning is: Dive in to a cup of tea
My favourite lunch is: Soup and a sandwich
The most famous person in my phonebook is: I couldn't possibly say!
The actress who would play me in a film about my life is: Helen Hunt because everyone says I look like her
My favourite memory from working on Loose Women is: Filming the pilot episode and hearing the show as going to happen
If I wasn’t presenting Loose Women, I’d be: sleeping
You’d be surprised to learn that: I can professionally skin a (dead!) animal
The one thing I couldn’t live without is: My kids and my laptop