KATIE PRICE'S MUM AMY ON HER DAUGHTER'S COSMETIC SURGERY: 'IT'S DREADFUL!'
They are both as outspoken as each other and today Katie's mum Amy told us exactly what she thinks of her daughter's lip fillers - which were topped up this week!
'I can't bear it, I call her Daffy Duck!' Amy said. 'It's dreadful, I don't know why she does it to herself.'
'I left her last night and she looked normal, and now this morning, she looks like that.'
And Amy revealed what she thought of Katie's glamour modelling debut .
REBEKAH VARDY ON POST-NATAL DEPRESSION AND BEING TROLLED ONLINE
Rebekah Vardy - married to England footballer Jamie Vardy - revealed she suffered from devastating post-natal depression following the birth of her second child Sofia, now two.
'I think people in general after you’ve had kids they think you’re a superwoman and there’s never any issues,' mum-of-four Rebekah said.
'It’s a really taboo subject, post natal depression. There’s a stigma. They think it doesn’t exist – it was after my second child. I couldn’t get out of bed, it's very much real.'
Rebekah, who is mum to two-year-old daughter Sofia and two month old Finley with Jamie, and son Taylor, six, and daughter Megan, 11, from previous relationships.
And Rebekah also talked about the vile abuse she suffered from trolls throughout her recent pregnancy with Finley.
ADVICE ON FRAUD AND CYBER CRIME
Action Fraud UK have provided three quick tips to prevent becoming a victim of fraud:
Don’t disclose personal details on social media such as Facebook including your date of birth, your address or where you work.
Shred banking and credit card information once you no longer need it.
Avoid transferring money to people you don’t know via bank transfer, and use a debit or credit card or paypal, to pay for services, good and deposits.
If you're worried about fraud and cyber crime there is advice and details on the Action Fraud website here: www.actionfraud.police.uk/news
Is blood really thicker than water? If you didn't like your son or daughter's choice of spouse, would you attend the wedding or boycott it?
DOES YOUR BABY LOOK LIKE ONE OF THE LOOSE WOMEN?
We're looking for baby Loose Women lookalikes!
Is your daughter the spitting image of Janet Street-Porter or Linda Robson? Or is your son a double for Judge Rinder, Joe Swash or Eamonn Holmes? We want to see see photos of toddlers who resemble Coleen, Stacey, Saira, Katie, Andrea and co.
Or does your baby or toddler look like a different celebrity - Donald Trump, Cheryl or Ed Sheeran?
Send us pics of your little one and who you think they look like - especially if they resemble one of the Loose Women!
Email us Loose.Women@itv.com and we might use them on the show very soon!
JUDGE RINDER IS JOINED BY HIS MUM ANGELA AS THEY TALK ABOUT THEIR CLOSE BOND
Judge Rob Rinder is a firm favourite on Loose Women and we were thrilled he brought his lovely mum Angela to the show.
Talking about a young Rob, Angela revealed that he always had a kind heart.
'Rob spoke before he walked and he hasn't stopped. He was lovable, warm and kind,' she told us. 'Even at secondary school, one of the teachers was a real bully and Rob hated that. He had a real sense of justice.'
Having been a single mum for much of Rob and his brother's childhood, Angela heaped praise of her famous song.
EMILIA FOX TALKS ABOUT BEING A SINGLE MUM AND HER EMOTIONAL NEW MOVIE ROLE
We love her in Silent Witness and Delicious and now Emilia has an emotional new film, Mum's List, about a mum-of-two with terminal cancer who writes her thoughts and memories down to help her partner look after her sons when she's gone. Sob!
Emilia revealed that the role inspired her to treat her own daughter, six-year-old Rose, in a different way.
Our Janet asked her if the film had in any way 'changed' their relationship and Emilia revealed: 'Yes. It teaches the best lessons which is to be as honest as possible.
A pensioner killed a three-year-old girl just weeks after he was told to stop driving because of poor eyesight.
John Place, 73, ran a red light at a pedestrian crossing and ploughed into little Poppy-Arabella Clarke and her mother. The little girl later died in hospital. John - who had been warned by an optician not to drive - was not wearing glasses at the time of the accident and was jailed for four years.
Poppy's heartbroken parents called for the law to be changed requiring medical professionals to report people unfit to drive to the DVLA.
So would you report an elderly relative who still drives if you were worried they were a danger to themselves and others on the road?