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She was crowned Miss England in 2004, but beauty queen Danielle Lloyd was left devastated when one of her breast implants exploded in 2012. After being rushed to hospital with a blood clot forming and losing six pints of blood, doctors were forced to remove the implants completely - leaving her with a AA cup.
Despite the surgery saving her life, Danielle says that her smaller breasts affected her confidence, and ultimately her relationship with husband and footballer Jamie O’Hara.
She says she regrets having the surgery in the first place and has a warning for anyone considering breast enlargement surgery, which increased by 12 per cent in 2015.
She joins us on the sofa alongside cosmetic surgeon Angelica Kouvani.
Although our wedding couple Carl and Caroline are still planning to get wed, due to personal circumstances they'll no longer be doing this with us, but we wish them all the best.
Today we introduce you to our new wedding couple who will be getting married here this spring - Gareth and Ann.
It's the consumer story that we’ve been passionately reporting on since November - that five million tumble dryers could be posing a potential fire hazard.
Alice Beer joins us with the latest - as news that the situation has escalated after a family lost their home to a fire believed to be caused by their faulty tumble dryer.
Now - where do you think the happiest place in Britain is? Even in this weather, the Highlands and the Western Isles in Scotland have been voted the location that puts a smile on the faces of the lucky locals.
Slap bang in the middle of that region is the Isle of Mull, and that is where Claudia-Liza has been to work out why they are so happy.
Three of the big six energy providers are cutting the price on its standard tariffs - woopdeydoo. These cuts are small and 70% of UK households are still being ripped off, typically paying more than £300 a year excess on their energy bills. So our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here to show you how to take on your energy provider.
In a TV exclusive we meet Mark Pearson, who is picking up the pieces of his life after being wrongly put on trial for sexually assaulting a film star.
Just last Friday, Mark was found not guilty of sexually assaulting a woman at London Waterloo train station, as their paths crossed on the busy concourse for a split second.
Mark's name was dragged through the court system, whilst the 'victim' remained anonymous, despite no witnesses and no evidence to support her story. Mark joins us today, relieved he's a free man, but to say more needs to be done when it comes to anonymity of both parties until the trial is over.
We're also joined by a supporter of Mark's, Erin Pizzey, a family care activist who became internationally famous for having started the first domestic violence shelter in the modern world.
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