In the run up to the General Election, five special Tonight programmes will take an up close and personal look at the lives of the leaders of the largest political parties in Britain.
The first profile sees ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby spending time with Prime Minister David Cameron and his family.
Speaking in the family home at Downing Street, Samantha Cameron reveals how she was "terrified of the impact [life at No10] was going to have on the children" as well as her marriage and family life.
But she added: "It's been much easier than I expected it to be, I go to the same office, the children go to the same school. There's a lot of our life that hasn't changed".
She also revealed how the family remain "grounded" despite their lives in the spotlight.
David Cameron speaks candidly about the “dread” of losing his oldest son, Ivan, in 2009.
Mr Cameron also opens up about the pros and cons of being Prime Minister and his thoughts about when he should give the job up.
Tonight: Spotlight - David Cameron, will be broadcast Tuesday 7th April at 7.30pm on ITV