60k for the biggest bottom in the world

Does my bum look big in this? That's the question most people dread - but not Tatiana Williams! Born a boy called Cory, the past 20 years have seen transsexual woman Tatiana spend over £60,000 on illegal implants to get a 60-inch bottom - one of the biggest in the world!

So why did she do it? Tatiana joins us live from Miami to explain.

Cosmetic surgery helplines

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Will Downton hang out the Bunting for Daisy?

We're on to series five of Downton Abbey and actress Daisy Lewis is starting her second series playing Sarah Bunting, the idealistic, left-wing, local teacher who wants to bring social justice to Downton.

Daisy's character is going to be the new love interest in Tom Branson's life, after his wife, Lady Sybil, died halfway through series three. It's not going to be easy for Sarah and Tom to get together though, as Tom's father-in-law the Earl of Grantham has taken a dislike to the teacher because of her socialist troublemaking.

So what's going to happen? Let's ask Daisy for all the gossip from above the stairs!

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Worried about your children away from home?

It's a subject that scares all parents - how do you know what your child is really getting up to when they're away? Are they getting so drunk they're out of control? Have they taken drugs? Are they sleeping around?

Denise Robertson and parenting expert Sarah Newton take viewers' calls and offer their advice.

Young people and drug helplines

Alcohol addiction helplines

Stress helplines

Young people's sexuality and sexual health helplines

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It's five minutes that could save your life

– Dr Dawn Harper

One in four women in the UK do not attend their smear tests when invited. In some areas of the UK, attendance rates are as low as 55%.

With over 4000 lives saved every year by the Cervical Screening programme, and an average of 1,000 deaths to cervical cancer annually, now is the time to improve those attendance figures.

We are asking you to pledge that you will attend your screening test when next invited, and nominate a loved one to do the same.

Simply take a photo making a heart shape with your hands and write:

I pledge to have #NoFearGoSmear and I nominate [LOVED ONE'S NAME] to do the same @itvthismorning

Then upload to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Make sure you use the hashtag - #NoFearGoSmear – so we can make an album of your photographs, which we may feature on the show. Any pictures, videos and comments using the hashtag may be featured on air and on the This Morning website.

If you are with your friend, then take a photograph making a heart shape together.

Please note that your photos and information may be used in our programme broadcast and please ensure those both nominating and being nominated to participate in our #NoFearGoSmear have read and agree to our itv programme interactivity terms itv.com/terms.

With thanks to the Eve Appeal

The mum campaigning to lower smear test age

In the final week of our #NoFearGoSmear campaign we meet Marie Evans who experienced every parents nightmare when she lost her daughter Jess (22) to cervical cancer this year. Her daughter left behind her two-year-old son Riley.

Jess was refused a cervical smear nine times because doctors claimed she was too young for the test. Marie is now launching a campaign to lower the age for smear tests in England and joins us with Jess' brother James.

Dr Dawn also joins us to explain why women are tested at 25, all about a potential new cervical cancer test and to reveal the impact of our own campaign to have #NoFearGoSmear.

We want you! Take the pledge to have #NoFearGoSmear now

Get advice from our cervical cancer helplines, adult bereavement helplines and children and young people's bereavement helplines

With thanks to the Eve Appeal

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