It's taken two days but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have finally named their baby daughter.
Kensington Palace announced the news this afternoon, revealing the Princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
On Tuesday's show Saturday's star Frankie Bridge will be joining us to help launch our 2015 High Street Fashion Awards.
We've got an interview with Frozen singing sensation Idina Menzel, plus journalist Katie Nicholl will be with us to discuss the latest royal baby news.
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Lorraine Kelly.
There seems to be plenty of material! It's such an exciting thing to be part of.
Miranda star Sarah Hadland joined Lorraine to discuss her new three-part political satire, comedy - Ballot Monkeys which starts tonight.
Sarah also reveals the Job Lot, where she stars alongside fan favourite Russell Tovey, is coming back very soon as filming will start again next week.
I have made some brilliant friends, it's been such a healing thing. We have a real understanding
When Fisherman's wife Jane Dolby's husband went missing at sea - she was left with nothing and relied on the kindness of strangers and the local community to keep her afloat.
After his body was found she decided to put back into the community and set up the Fisherman's Wives Choir to raise money for other widows. She joined us today to chat about her experiences.
Like most women I didn't have enough confidence to think I could be Prime Minister. I thought this was a world of giants I wasn't a part of.
Founding member of the Liberal Democrats, Shirley Williams joins us as part of our Westminster Women strand.
Shirley was once regarded as the first woman, in Britain, to become Prime Minister, enjoying a prolific political career in the 1970s, she would go on to form the Social Democratic Party in 1981.
Now, a Baroness and an elder stateswoman in the House of Lords she continues to be active with the Liberal Democrat Party. Shirley is on the sofa to tell us more about her career in politics and what it was like to be a woman in Parliament.
I never look back and I never look down
Actor Colin Salmon is appearing in new drama No Offence - a new police procedural series based in Manchester from the writer of Shameless and State of Play which has been described as an x-rated version of The Bill with laughs!
He joins us to chat about the show and talks about working with Gerard Butler in new film London Has Fallen, a follow-up to 2013 film Olympus Has Fallen.
Plus he discusses his greatest role - being a dad!