There's a double bump - the doublé, we call it at home!
Back tonight with a new series of The Wonder of Britain, TV presenter Julia Bradbury explains how IVF helped her fall pregnant again at 44.
The planets aligned, and I thought this person is absolutely extraordinary.
Having revealed just last month that she was in a relationship with Sue Perkins, Supersize v Superskinny and Secret Eaters presenter Anna Richardson has told Lorraine that 'the planets aligned' when she met Sue.
Anna has now trained as a hypnotherapist to help women lose weight and she joined us to tell us why she feels hypnosis can be an important tool for weight loss.
With the Duchess of Cambridge celebrating her birthday this week and the world awaiting the new royal baby, Katie Nicholl looks at what we can expect from the royals this year.
Is former footballer Phil Neville Britain's most-hopeless husband? According to his wife of 15 years, he refuses to do any housework, can't turn on the oven and has only just made his first cup of coffee at the age of 37!
But can you go one better? Is your partner even more useless than Phil Neville?! It's time to name and shame!
Tonight is the new series of Bodyshockers and new mum Katie Piper is staging a dramatic intervention between those who want to permanently alter their faces and bodies.
From piercings to plastic surgery, Katie will also meet those who wish to reverse the modifications they now regret. She joins Lorraine to tell us more.
As we approach the end of the year, we're looking back at some of the incredible moments on the show. From discovering Model Mates, to Binning our Bras - it's been a busy 12 months.
Since appearing on Lorraine in October, within four days we had 14,000 more signatures on our petition which took us over the 100,000 threshold and we were able to take it to Westminster
The winner of our Inspirational Woman of the Year Award, Joanne Thompson returns to the show to talk about the amazing reaction to her online petition to make first aid training compulsory for nursery workers.
Joanne set up Millie's Trust with her husband Dan in memory of their daughter who passed away when she was nine months old in October 2012 whilst at nursery.
Since winning our Woman of the Year award in October her online petition has been signed by over 100,000 people.
Earlier this month the issue was debated by MPs at Westminster and she's now a step closer to changing the law.
Joanne said: "The aim is to get every nursery worker trained in paediatric training. At the moment it's just one worker per nursery. Starting our charity got us out of the dark hole we were in. Hopefully people will remember our little daughter Millie."
It was a thing of gorgeous-ness!
Lorraine celebrated a remarkable 30 years on breakfast TV this year so we take a look back at how we marked the special anniversary.
Ben Shephard - wearing a kilt -took over hosting duties on Lorraine's special day plus Gerard Butler, Aled Jones and Ant and Dec were among the well-wishers.