'I COULDN'T FEEL MY LEGS' JENNY POWELL OPENS UP ABOUT EXPERIENCING POST-NATAL DEPRESSION
Jenny opened up on the show about her experience of post-natal depression after having her second daughter, telling Andrea, Stacey, Janet and Nadia, 'I definitely lost my confidence and self-esteem during postnatal depression, I didn't want to work again.'
'I had this baby lying next to me and I couldn't relate to her,' Jenny explained. 'There was one morning in January, Pollyanna was 10-weeks-old, and I just woke up and I thought, "I can't feel my legs". Because I don't want to. I don't want to get up, walk and get out of bed. I thought if I don't do something for myself now, it's going to be that downward spiral into darkness.'
CORRIE'S JANE DANSON: 'KYM MARSH WAS SUPPORTIVE ABOUT MY MISCARRIAGE'
Jane has been on Coronation Street for 20 years and her character Leanne Battersby is currently at the centre of a plot after having Steve McDonald’s baby Oliver.
And today Jane opened up about how the recent miscarriage storyline surrounding Leanne, Michelle Connor and Steve made her more comfortable discussing her own personal experience.
'It was interesting listening to what you were talking about earlier, about bottling up your feelings and not talking about it – which is something that I did,' Jane explained.
'I’m quite an emotional, heart on my sleeve, kind of person – but that was something I chose to keep to myself because it was my own personal journey.'
STEPS VERSES LOOSE WOMEN: THE DANCE OFF!
Steps - Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa - are back with a brand new single and album to celebrate their 20 year anniversary.
'We were apprehensive about whether we were going to do new music or not,' Claire admitted. 'If we were going to do it, it had to be good. It had to be Steps.'
As for their 'toxic split', Steps have put it all behind them.
'We love each other and we've talked about it. We did a documentary about it. We felt we needed some questions answered and it was really good to do. It's all behind us,' Lisa said.
THE WALTONS STARS TALK ABOUT THE MUCH LOVED FAMILY SHOW
The Waltons stars Mary McDonough, 55, and Michael Learned, 78, joined us to talk about the US show which everyone fell in love with.
And Mary, who played Erin in the family drama which aired from 1971 until 1981, revealed she was called 'fat' as a child star.
Mary starred as the second-eldest daughter in the Walton family and admitted it was hard growing up in the spotlight, especially when it came to body image.
'When it came to the body image stuff, Erin was supposed to be the ‘pretty one’ so there was a lot of pressure for me to look a certain way and weigh a certain amount,' Mary explained.
SURVIVOR OF ABUSIVE PAEDOPHILE SPEAKS OUT AFTER HE IMPRISONED HER FOR 21 YEARS - AND SHE GAVE BITH TO HIS CHILD!
Violent paedophile Michael Dunn, 57, was found guilty of raping and molesting four women over five decades, imprisoning two of them as sex slaves.
One of the women who survived his horrific abuse, brave 'Kelly', spoke to Ruth and Stacey about her experience and encourage other women to come forward if they have suffered abuse.
She was beaten, raped, abused and held a prisoner by Michael for 21 years from the age of 14, and confessed it was the daughter he fathered that saved her from ending her life.
'I'd had enough, and I lost it in the end. A few years after plucking up the courage to get out, I tried to commit suicide and if it wasn't for my child's text I wouldn't be here,' 'Kelly' explained.