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Abi Titmuss: 'I was drinking behind closed doors, that’s when it’s not pretty. But I’ve not had a drink for 10 years.'

ABI TITMUSS: 'I HAVEN'T TOUCHED ALCOHOL FOR 10 YEARS'

She swapped reality TV for Hollywood, and it's a gamble that paid off for Abi who moved to America in 2015.

'I got here with my dog and my suitcase and that was it! I met my agent and got signed', Abi revealed.

She's now a regular actress on US soap Days Of Our Lives despite tough competition. 'I was very aware I'm not I'm my twenties anymore and it’s like the Olympics of talent and hotness. I was very afraid I wasn’t good enough,' she said.

And Abi revealed she's been teetotal for the past decade having discussed giving up booze with our Lisa Riley many years ago when they were in a play together.

'I spoke to Lisa about giving up alcohol and it helped enormously. And I did get help - I saw a therapist,' Abi explained.

'You know what it’s like, you get invited to so many things and soon it's out every other day having a drink and it all adds up. I was drinking behind closed doors and that’s when it’s not so pretty. In 10 years I’ve not had a single drink.'

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Katie Piper's mum Diane recalls daughter's acid attack nightmare: 'She asked me to kill her'

KATIE PIPER'S MUM DIANE REVEALS HOW THEY COPED AFTER HER DAUGHTER'S ACID ATTACK

Katie is no stranger to the Loose Women panel so it was a real pleasure to welcome her lovely mum Diane to the show as well.

Having supported her daughter after the horrific acid attack in 2008, Diane opened up about seeing her in hospital for the first time and her personal experience of watching Katie rebuild her life.

'We didn’t know what to expect,' Diane said of going to the hospital after getting the call to say Katie had been the victim of a 'chemical attack'. 'It was horrific I didn’t even recognise her. We went into shock. We said: "Are you sure this is Katie?"'

'She said "kill me" when she first came round,' Diane added. 'She couldn’t speak. She was writing things but that was one of the messages.'

Lisa Riley after 11st weight loss: 'I've had 1st 1lb of loose skin removed. I feel incredible'

LISA RILEY UNVEILS HER INCREDIBLE NEW BODY AFTER CORRECTIVE SURGERY TO REMOVE EXCESS SKIN!

We've been with Lisa every step of the way with her weight loss journey and were thrilled she showed off the results of her recent surgery to remove excess skin.

Lisa - who has lost 11 stone and is now a size 12 - appeared just five weeks after she underwent surgery to remove excess skin.

'I've had one stone, one pound in loose skin removed,' Lisa explained while wearing a gorgeous orange jumpsuit. 'I just keep stroking myself. I'm as firm as anything. I'm 12 and a bit stone now. I'm still getting used to it myself.

'It's five weeks today, I was on the operating table. I feel incredible and I woke up thank God. I've gone on this journey and every day there's something new.'

Advice on talking to children about terrorism

Advice on talking to children about terrorism

If you want to talk to your children about terrorism and terrorist attacks Childline has advice for your kids which you may find useful.

They have information and tips that will help children understand things like extremism and radicalisation and give children support if they are worried.

Click here Childline.

POLL: Are three-year-olds too young to talk to about terrorism?

POLL: ARE THREE-YEAR-OLDS TOO YOUNG TO TALK TO ABOUT TERRORISM?

After terrorist attacks in France, French school children as young as three were taught games to learn how to keep quiet during an attack.

Every school organised three drills a year, with young children taught how to hide, play dead or escape.

But some teachers expressed concern that smaller children could be unduly frightened by the measures. According to reports, some children were left deeply traumatised after taking part in a mock attack.

Do you think think three-year-olds are too young to be taught about terrorism?

Katie Price's mum Amy blasts her cosmetic surgery: 'It's dreadful. I call her Daffy Duck!'

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 her post-natal depression and shock abuse: 'There have been death threats'

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 Taylor, 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

ADVICE ON FRAUD AND CYBER CRIME

Action Fraud UK have provided three quick tips to prevent becoming a victim of fraud:

  1. Don’t disclose personal details on social media such as Facebook including your date of birth, your address or where you work.

  2. Shred banking and credit card information once you no longer need it.

  3. 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