BROADCASTER VANESSA FELTZ AND HER FIANCE BEN OFOEDU JOINED US TO TELL US ABOUT SOME ON THE MORE INTERESTING ASPECTS OF THEIR 12 YEAR ROMANCE.
Vanessa Feltz admitted that in all the time they had been together Ben Ofoedu had never seen her without a full face of make up.
Vanessa said: 'When I was a teenager my sister and I discussed this and we thought smudged eye make up the morning after is better than no makeup - and I've stuck to that rule so I don't get up at dawn but there's definitely enough residue from the night before.'
Not only that but the couple live by a 5:2 rule. No, not the diet, but the pair only sleep together for two nights of the week.
Ben said: 'I think it's kept everything fresh and sexy and mysterious kind of. It works, 12 years later.'
But they did clarify that Ben could come for extra visiting rights but that Vanessa had the right to refuse them.
Watch the video to hear more about their relationship secrets.
JAKE QUICKENDEN SHOWS OFF HIS SURPRISE NEW TATTOOS ON THE SHOW!
Jake joined us to talk about overcoming his fear of spiders as part of British Heart Foundation's #FaceAFear campaign.
And while he was while us, Jake showed us some striptease moves for Gloria - and revealed surprising tattoos.
Jake has 27 tattoos in total: 'So I’ve got them on my body. I’ve got a moustache on my finger. I’ve got a few stupid ones. I love them. They are part of me. I think it shows my personality. I got a new one. I got it yesterday.’
After pulling Gloria out of the panel so he could so her one of his Dreamboy stripping moves, Jake lifted up his top to reveal two new 'tattoos' of Gloria's face!
‘Let me tell you, I will never forget you,' Gloria laughed.
Watch the video to see the full interview with Jake!
ALEX JONES REVEALS HER STRUGGLES AFTER HAVING SON TEDDY AND THE REALITY OF WOMEN'S POST-BABY BODIES
When it comes to the months after having a baby, TV presenter Alex Jones is happy to talk candidly about how it changed her life.
Alex had son Edward - Teddy - on 22 January 2017 with husband Charlie Thomson and told us how she struggled with her post-baby body at first.
‘I didn’t think of what might happen afterwards, she said. ‘All new mothers feel it, the good hormones leave your body and you you realise this is it. You have that dip and they say it’s very common three-to-four days after, you get the baby blues.
‘I remember in the shower clearly, I tried one little pelvic floor [exercise] and nothing. You scan – [you see your] skin is sallow, this little pouch that held Teddy so carefully was just…hanging there loose and bereft. You have to learn to love a new body and it takes time.’