Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page recently hit the headlines when it was announced that he was dating a woman 46 years his junior and earlier in the month a debate was sparked in the press when fifty-seven year old Stephen Fry married thirty-seven year old writer, Elliott Spencer.
We meet Amy, 50, is married to Lee, 25, and despite their big year age-gap they say they couldn't be happier.
Amy and Lee are just one of the case studies that feature in tonight's Channel 5 documentary: Age Gap Love.
On today's show we'll be meeting a couple with a 25 year difference in age.
So we want to know if you think age-gap relationships can work? Perhaps you're in one yourself? Or maybe you used to be in an age-gap relationship that didn't work out?
I didn't think i'd find love but I went on the show to at least give it a try.
In 2013, undateable filmmaker - and Tourette's sufferer - Brent Zillwood, went looking for love on the Channel 4 show The Undateables.
He met Challis on a blind date in 2013 and the couple immediately hit it off - despite Brent's bizarre and often offensive outbursts.
They've since become the first couple from the show to get married - tying the knot in Las Vegas.
They joined Lorraine to talk all about the bash, reveal how Brent is channelling his Tourette's as a married man and Mozart!
In the news today, Keira Knightley has revealed that her name was a spelling mistake!
She was meant to be named Kiera with an 'i' after a Russian ice skater on the TV, who she says her dad fancied! but her mum made a mistake when registering her birth.
So we want to know what's the inspiration behind your name?
Brits are falling out of love with plastic surgery, according to a story in today's Times.
The number of men and women going under the knife fell by almost 10 per cent last year, with demand for boob jobs down by 23 per cent. Surgeons said that patients were opting for a "less is more" approach - with ageing procedures such as facelifts and eyelid surgery still popular.
We'd like to hear your thoughts this morning. If you had the money, what would you get done and why?
I came to a realisation of who I was in 2011. From then it was about finding the courage.
Hannah Winterbourne joins Lorraine to share her amazing story of being the first transgender office in the British army.
After making the decision to make the change in 2011, she said: "The army have been fantastic from start to finish and my friends and family have been hugely supportive.
"Nothing has changed with my job.
"I'm really privileged. I'm acutley aware of how lucky I am to be in a society now which is accepting. I'm a product of those that have gone before me who have had a harder time than me. My huge thanks goes out to them who set the conditions for me to be where I am now."
She added: "Ideally in the future it will be a situation that I wouldn't be sat here. It would just be the norm. It's important to get the story out so people can understand you can get on with your life now matter who you are or what you're doing.
"I just want to move on with my life and carry on my employment with the army and have a good life regardless of my trans-status which to me isn't that important any more."
A couple has decided to auction off invites to their wedding to help pay for it. What do you think about this? Is it ok to ask guests to help out with the cost of wedding?
How much have you spent attending your friend's big day? Did you have buy your own bridesmaid dress? Pay for your accommodation? What's the most you've ever spent attending a friend's wedding?
The crew will be devastated - they got more hugs off Annie than anyone else.