Nadiya's wedding proposal

In yesterday's show, the panel talked about their marriage proposals (or lack thereof!) and Nadiya had a story of how she met her husband.

Unusually, Nadiya only met her husband on the day they were engaged and met him for the second time on their wedding day.

Here's a little piece of what she told us, and if you want to see the whole episode, you can catch up on the ITV Hub

Fancy a mugarita?

If you really want one - don't do it as Linda did it!

This is what you'll need!

4 tablespoons all purpose flour

1/8 teaspoon baking powder

1/16 teaspoon baking soda

1/8 teaspoon salt

3 tablespoons milk

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 tablespoon marinara (tomato) sauce

1 generous tablespoon shredded mozzarella cheese

5 mini pepperoni

1/2 teaspoon dried Italian herbs (basil or oregano will work)

Put the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, milk and olive oil into the mug and mix them together.

Then place the marinara sauce, cheese and any other toppings on top of the mixture as you would with a regular pizza.

Pop in the microwave (1200W) for 70-80 seconds.

And enjoy!

Post natal depression helpines

We'll be talking about the Motherhood Challenge and mum-shaming on today's show.

If you have been affected by the issues discussed, there are people around to help, so don't hesitate to reach out.

NHS Choices – Post Natal Depression

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Postnataldepression/Pages/Introduction.aspx - PND

http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/psychosis/pages/symptoms.aspx - Psychosis

Postnatal depression (PND) is a type of depression some women experience after they have had a baby. It usually develops in the first four to six weeks after childbirth, although in some cases it may not develop for several months. There is often no reason for the depression.

Royal College of Psychiatrists

http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mentalhealthinformation/mentalhealthproblems/postnatalmentalhealth/

postnataldepression.aspx – PND

http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/expertadvice/problems/postnatalmentalhealth/postpartumpsychosis.aspx

- Post Partum Psychosis Information

MIND – PND Information

http://www.mind.org.uk/Information/Booklets/Understanding/Understanding+postnatal+depression.htm#What_is_postnatal_depression

Pandas Foundation

Helpline: 0843 2898 401

www.pandasfoundation.org.uk

Pandas Foundation is the leading UK charity in supporting families suffering from pre (antenatal) and postnatal depression and psychosis. Offering sufferers and their families support and advice to help aid their recovery. Our aim is to make sure that no individual, family or carer feels as if they are alone. Whether this is through support and advice from email, Pandas Help Line, or at a Pandas Support Group. No one suffering any form of mental illness should feel they are on their own. We want there to be something which can help every Mum, Dad and their families.

Association for Post Natal Illness

Helpline: 0207 386 0868

www.apni.org

Provides support to mothers with postnatal depression. The Association has a countrywide network of phone, e-mail and postal volunteers, who have had, and recovered from post-natal illness.

Perinatal Illness UK

www.pni-uk.com

For women and their families who have or think they have any kind of perinatal illness, including antenatal depression, postnatal depression, puerperal psychosis and birth trauma. Online message boards and chatrooms are available.

Puerperal Psychosis & Postnatal Depression Support

www.puerperalpsychosis.org.uk

Having a baby is supposedly a joyful time, full of happiness. Being a new mother is supposedly the best feeling there is. But it's not the case for everyone. It can be lonely, upsetting, terrifying. The sleepness nights never seem to end, the screaming can go straight through and often the only feeling left is one of numbness. This site is here to support new mothers who are having trouble being mothers, and their partners. Its main focus is a condition called puerperal psychosis (for personal reasons), but we also cover post natal depression and the baby blues, treatments, help and a forum if you want to talk to like-minded people.

UK Postpartum Psychosis Network

www.app-network.org

Over 1300 women experience PP each year in the UK (1 to 2 in every 1000 deliveries). These episodes can be very frightening for women, their partners, friends and family. It can be hard to find high quality information about PP. There are many unanswered questions and areas where much more research is needed. APP is a network of women across the UK and further afield who have experienced PP. It is a collaborative project run by women who have experienced PP and academic experts from Birmingham and Cardiff Universities.

Postpartum Progress

www.postpartumprogress.com

Postpartum Progress® is the world’s most widely-read blog on postpartum depression and all other mental illnesses related to pregnancy and childbirth, including: postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, depression during pregnancy (antenatal depression), post-adoption depression, postpartum PTSD, depression after miscarriage or perinatal loss and postpartum psychosis. We focus on positive messages of empowerment and recovery, because PPD is temporary and treatable with professional help.

National Childbirth Trust

Helpline: 0300 330 0700

www.nctpregnancyandbabycare.com

http://www.nct.org.uk/parenting/postnatal-depression - Post Natal Depression

The NCT is UK's leading charity for parents. Every year they support thousands of people through the incredible life changing experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. Becoming a parent is a life-enhancing experience, but it can also be challenging and sometimes stressful. They here to help you through this transition, offering relevant information, reassurance and mutual support.

Netmums

www.netmums.com

Web-based parenting organisation helping parents share information and advice.

The Joanne Bingley Memorial Foundation

www.joebingleymemorialfoundation.org.uk

The Foundation was set up by Chris Bingley after his wife committed suicide in April 2010. We are a charity which aims to help women and their families by raising awareness and providing information about postnatal depression. Joanne (Joe) Bingley died whilst being treated at home for very severe postnatal depression; committing suicide just 10 weeks after the birth of her baby.

It's the Nadiya and Wadia Show!

It's Triple F Day - Friday the Fifth of February!

Nadiya Hussain is on today's panel alongside Andrea, Kaye and Linda.

We have EastEnders star Nina Wadia joining us, who will be setting the record straight on CBB housemate John Partridge and what she's going to be up to in Holby City.

Friday is always a fun day, we'll see you at 12:30pm!

Keith Lemon popped by!

Ahead of the new series of his Sketch Show beginning tonight on ITV4, Keith Lemon popped by for a visit.

Alright, he talked about 'The Jump' more than his own show, but that's ok. It was his time to play with.
We had a sneaky look at the show, and we got an excellent display of his wonderful cleaning skills.....