Margaret Thatcher's legacy
Television presenter Kirstie Allsopp told ITV News that although Baroness Thatcher described herself as an anti-feminist, "simply by being, she is a feminist icon."
She added that having both a woman head of state and prime minister in the 1980's made you believe that "you could be anything."
TV star Kirstie Allsopp said she was "both flattered and terrified" to be asked to dress up as Hollywood star Audrey Hepburn in a photoshoot for Comic Relief.
The Location Location, Location presenter recreated the iconic scene from the 1961 film Breakfast At Tiffany's to promote new food fundraiser Menu Relief.
She said of the photoshoot: "Someone puts your hair up and you put the pearls on and you find the black dress and put on the gloves and you feel a twit".
Over 300 restaurants are taking part in Menu Relief - which runs from now until March 15 - by creating special Red Nose Day menus with money going to the charity.