THE X FACTOR JUDGE AYDA FIELD TALKS ABOUT THE SHOW - AND WHY SHE'LL ALWAYS BE A LOOSE WOMAN !
Our Stacey Solomon flew out to LA recently to catch up with Ayda as she's swapped the Loose Women studio for the X Factor judging desk for a while.
'I'm always a Loose Woman now - I haven't swapped, I've extended the table,' Ayda said.
The chat was also gatecrashed by husband and fellow X Factor judge Robbie Williams! Ayda and Stacey also talked about the couple's new baby girl, Coco.
Watch the video to see the full chat.
WHOOPI GOLDBERG AND NADIA SAWALHA RECREATE A SCENE FROM EASTENDERS
She's a huge EastEnders fan so not only did we get Whoopi a special message from soap actor Adam Woodyatt who plays Ian Beale butour Nadia - who played Annie Palmer in the late '90s - acted out a scene with her too for a duff duff moment.
Watch the video for our chat with the Hollywood legend and the incredible sketch!
To mark Baby Loss Awareness Week, we were joined by Marina Fogle and her friend Elle Wright.
In August 2014, Marina and her husband Ben Fogle shared the heartbreaking news that they had lost their son Willem at 32 weeks gestation. Following the trauma, Marina formed a strong bond with Elle, who had lost her newborn son Teddy aged just three days.
Describing how she felt after having Willem, Marina said: 'I felt very isolated in terms of how to cope with it. I had no friends who I could have coffee with, and say "Is this normal?"'
Marina also explained how important it is for fathers to talk openly following the loss of a baby. 'I found people asked Ben the whole time I was doing, but very few asked how he was doing. We experienced grief in different ways. We need to be discussing it from the male perspective as well. Very often, they feel the impact a little bit later.
'Certainly for Ben, he totally lost his confidence, three, four months afterwards, when I was just getting back on my feet again. He totally regressed, and found it very difficult to talk about.'
Elle also opened up about how she also struggled with her grief following the loss of baby Teddy.
'After Teddy died, I felt so isolated, I felt that I was the only person it had happened to. Most of my friends have never coped with any kind of loss,' she said. 'When you lose a child, you have to live with that sadness every single day.'
Elle has written a book about the loss of Teddy called Ask Me His Name and explained: 'It's giving people permission to continue that conversation. The conversation doesn't always need to stop with "I'm so sorry". '
Watch the video to see the full interview with Marina and Elle.
CHRISTINE MCGUINNESS OPENS UP ABOUT BEING MUM TO THREE CHILDREN WHO HAVE AUTISM - AND HUSBAND PADDY SURPRISES HER WITH TRIBUTE
Christine has joined us before to talk about her three gorgeous children - Felicity, Leo and Patricia - who all have autism.
And she returned to support Loose Women's Autism Hour special to talk about family life.
TV presenter husband Paddy sent in a special message calling her an 'amazing woman and an amazing wife' which caused Christine to cry.
'I have to say he's amazing too,' she said as she paid tribute to Paddy too. 'I find it easy with the children, yes it's challenging but I just managed it but he struggled. He's so good but he has to be because he loves the children but just getting his head around the fact we've got three children with a lifelong condition that we knew nothing about.
'Nothing can prepare you for that, you have to learn on the job. He's doing absolutely amazing. He only spoke about it recently. I think it's harder for dads and men,' Christine added.
'We've always stayed so private anyway. We have a completely different world at home than when we're doing what we're doing.'
LOOSE WOMEN SUPPORTS AUTISM HOUR - HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT AUTISM?
Anne Hegerty, The Governess from The Chase, has spoken about having autism on Loose Women a number of times.
Autism is a disorder that affects around 700,000 people in the UK. For autistic people, the world can seem full of too much information – and too little understanding.
But we could try to change that. Let’s put your understanding of autism to the test.
Are you ready? Take the quiz and find out!