Stacey Solomon revealed she was 'devastated' when she first found out she was pregnant, aged just 17.
The Essex star, mum to sons Zachary 9 and Leighton, 5, only found out she was 22 weeks pregnant when her step-mum forced her to do a pregnancy test after her sense of smell was particularly heightened.
And speaking honestly Stacey told viewers: "I was devastated, I'd just started college. He was my first boyfriend.
"I actually considered having an abortion as I thought I was too young, but there I was, so far pregnant and when I had a scan I saw my mum's face when she saw the monitor and she was distraught. It meant I couldn't go through with it."
TV legend Sir Bruce Forsyth has died at the age of 89.
The presenter - famous for shows including Strictly Come Dancing, The Price Is Right and The Generation Game - had been unwell for some time and was hospitalised earlier this year for a chest infection.
He has not been seen in public recently and was unable to attend the funerals of close friends Ronnie Corbett and Sir Terry Wogan last year due to ill health.
Famous for his catchphrase 'didn't he do well', Bruce is one of the UK's most-loved celebrities with a showbiz career spanning an astonishing 75 years.
LOOSE WOMEN PANELLIST MARTINE MCCUTCHEON PERFORMS NEW SINGLE LIVE AND TALKS ABOUT TURNING HER LIFE AROUND
Martine McCutcheon declared she 'has her mojo back' after returning to the music business after time out battling illness and raising her two-year-old son Rafferty.
She first shot to fame and into the nation’s hearts at the age of 18 playing Tiffany Mitchell in Eastenders but after leaving Albert Square in 1998, Martine went on to become a pop star.
A No. 1 single with Perfect Moment followed in 1999, and then a starring role on Love Actually in 2003. Fast forward 14 years and Martine today joined us alongside her husband Jack McManus to chat about the release of her new album, Lost & Found.
QUIZ LEGEND ANNE HEGERTY DITCHES THE GREY SUIT AND TALKS ABOUT HER BATTLE WITH AUTISM
She's instantly recognisable as The Chase's prim quiz boffin, but today Anne revealed a very different side as she joined the Loose Women for a chat.
Anne, who asked to be nicknamed 'The Governess' on the ITV show as she felt it was 'more kinky' than the original suggestion 'The Headmistress', said: "You can't how much I don't miss the suit! That is not what I would have chosen to wear. That belt, argghh, whose idea was that!?"
The 59-year-old also spoke candidly about her secret battle with autism, revealing it previously cost her a job and led to financial problems.
FORMER X FACTOR STAR JAKE QUICKENDEN DEBUTS HIS NEW BARNET AND MAKES A PRE-PROPOSAL TO HIS GIRLFRIEND DANIELLE FOGARTY
Reality star Jake Quickenden revealed the insecurities he's suffered for the past five years as he unveiled the results of his recent hair transplant.
On first glance you'd think the handsome X Factor singer would have no issues in the confidence department, but Jake revealed his woe behind closed doors after he started to go bald.
Showcasing the results of his £5k procedure just 11 days ago, he said: "I have just done something for myself to sort an insecurity out. It's been with me for about five years.
"It was a bit painful at first when I tried to sleep and it's still a bit scabby at the back. My hair now looks like a toupee as I can't style it yet."
Revealing his unease he said: "For the past five years I have woken up and seen hairs on my pillow. I used this brown powder to cover it up (the receding hair line) and when I took a bath it would look like a swamp afterwards."
Danielle said: "He was just really insecure, I would be waiting to get ready but if he wasn't happy with how his hair looked when we were going out he'd get back into the shower and I'd still be waiting."
Jake previously shaved his head for The Teenage Cancer Trust but the results made him realise he needs his hair to make himself feel good: "I said to myself: 'You need hair, you are ugly'”.
Yesterday our very own Kaye Adams posted a heartfelt video on Facebook, discussing the juggling act of caring for elderly parents, while still having a busy work and family life. Kaye highlights that parenting your parents and the guilt we feel in admitting it's difficult are not often spoken about.
Is it OK to admit the struggles of caring for your elderly parents?
KATIE PRICE DEMONSTRATES HOW TO SAVE THE LIFE OF A CHOKING CHILD
It's every parents' nightmare - your child begins choking and you're not sure what to do.
We were joined by dad Steve Hulbert who explained how his five-year-old son Oli nearly choked to death on a grape. 'I could see the panic in his eyes,' Steve said while describing the horrific moment.
Steve revealed how Oli went limp and lost consciousness after swallowing a grape and she and his wife tried to clear his airways. After calling 999, Oli was revived by paramedics who arrived on the scene within ten minutes and got the grape out, allowing Oli to breathe again.
Our Katie Price - who is training to become a paramedic training - made a video to demonstrate how to save the life of a choking child with the help of St John Ambulance first aid trainer Lisa Pascoulis.
Coleen Nolan said: 'We've made this to save lives so watch it, take note and please share it to save a child's life.'
Please watch the interview and video demonstration so you know how to save a child's life!
ELLLA EYRE TALKS ABOUT BODY IMAGE AND THE DEATH OF HER FATHER
Coleen's her biggest fan and Ella, 23, didn't disappoint!
After performing part of her new single, Ego, live in the studio, Ella talked up about her love life, body image and death of her father. What an inspirational young woman!
Ella on her new single Ego and dating...
'When I wrote it I was getting back in the dating game,' Ella said. 'When you give them too much they don't rely... It happens. It's all about creating that vibe between you. The song is a fun twist on dating - rather than is being depression like it is! I'm a relationship kind of girl.'
Ella on her body image...
'It's interesting you say I think I'm confident about who I am and my body,' she said. 'Because my body is one of my biggest hang ups. Which is stupid I know. I don't read comments online or anything. My way is, forget about it. No one actually cares. The things you're hung up on the most, people spend maybe a second thinking about.'