The inaugural Invictus Games opens tonight, championed by Prince Harry.
Over 400 competitors from 14 countries will take part in this international sporting event for sick, wounded and injured service men and women.
Former gunner with the Royal artillery, Adam Nixon, is captain of the British Armed Forces wheelchair basketball team. He lost his leg whilst serving in Basra in 2004 and joins Lorraine to talk about taking part in the games.
Prince Harry was called 'the spare' when he arrived as baby number two after William and an article in The Telegraph this morning says that a child's place in the family has an effect on everything from personality traits to choice of career.
So today we're asking: Do you think it matters what order you were born in? Do you think the first born in a family is always the favourite?
The Queen! Whatever you think of royalty and the Monarchy, she wins!
Last week we launched our search for the Lorraine Inspirational Woman Of The Year award, as we celebrate women who have achieved amazing things.
Today we're joined by Fern Britton, a keen supporter of the awards, with a reminder of how you can nominate someone special.
We want to hear your thoughts about the royal baby news this morning, are you excited about Kate and William expecting another baby? Any advice for Kate looking after two young ones, or perhaps you have some suggestions for baby names?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced they are expecting their second baby. Congratulations to William and Kate, who already have a 13-month-old son, George!
A new poll this morning reveals half of men spend longer trimming their body hair than they did a decade ago. They say it makes them feel clean, muscular and sexy, boosts their confidence and even pleases their partners.
Do you prefer the hairy Sean Connery look? Or perhaps you like a smooth chest like David Beckham? Let us know by leaving your comments below, tweeting @itvlorraine or emailing email@example.com and your comments may be read out on air!
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A new report today says that police are forcing the public to act as DIY detectives.
So we want to know, if you've ever had to call out the police, what's your experience been? Do you feel they gave your crime the attention it deserved?