A woman who had no idea she was 37 weeks pregnant has given birth on a flight from Canada to Japan. Ada Guan was going on holiday with her boyfriend when she suddenly went into labour. Luckily, a doctor was also onboard and helped deliver a healthy girl called Chloe.
It's got us thinking... what's the strangest souvenir you've brought back from a holiday? We'd love to hear from you!
Journalist and presenter Jon Snow was last night honoured with a fellowship at the BAFTA TV awards.
After 40 years in the business, he joins Lorraine to chat about his broadcasting career, from the highs to the lows of the newsroom.
On Friday we'll be chatting to UK Eurovision entry Electro Velvet so we want to know - what have some of your favourite Eurovision entries through the decades been?
Tune into Good Morning Britain from 6am for a special election programme until 09:30 as the votes are counted.
We live this incredibly privileged life. People always ask me what period of history I'd like to live in and I always say now!
Tony Robinson joins Lorraine to talk about his new documentary Tony Robinson's Victory in Europe ahead of the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
The documentary sees Sir Tony Robinson look at the final year of the Second World War and the enormous human cost of victory in Europe and features 3D images never seen on TV before taken by the RAF pinpointing targets.
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. Journalist and royal correspondent Katie Nicholl joins Lorraine to discuss.
What do you think about the new royal baby name? Do you think Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is an appropriate tribute to the main people in the Duke and Duchess's life? Or would you have chosen something different?
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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.