After splitting from former boyband member Ritchie Neville earlier this year, Atomic Kitten star Natasha Hamilton has faced a torrent of abuse for being a single mother of four children by four different fathers.
Natasha is here to defend her life as a single mother and insists she wouldn't do anything differently - despite what the haters may say.
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As a new Channel 4 documentary about his experience airs, Alex joins us alongside his long-term partner and now fiancée Lucy about the plans for their future.
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So is there anything wrong with grown-up children taking money from their parents? Or should they be more independent?
We're joined by Anna May Mangan - mother of four older children who believes they should stand on their own two feet and mum of two Sally Jones who regularly pays for her children's holidays and phone bills. Welcome both.
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Dominic West has teamed up with Save the Children to launch their Every Last Child campaign. He recently spent two days in Jordan to see their work in the Zaatari Refugee camp. There he met with Syrian families that are living under devastating conditions in extreme poverty with young children.
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Klara had no morning sickness, back pain or visible bump during her pregnancy, a phenomenon known as cryptic pregnancy, and she's not alone, it’s happening every week to a woman somewhere in the UK. Klara joins us with 2 month old daughter, Amelia, to share her unbelievable, life-changing story, alongside Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard who has seen half a dozen cases just like Klara’s.
It's Wednesday, often referred to as hump day. Here to help us dump the hump and be happy are Nik and Eva Speakman.
Currently touring the country in a bid to help us all find happiness, the Speakmans join us now with their inspirational and life-changing techniques on how to be happy.
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These are questions that Emma Symonds has been facing on a daily basis after - at just 18 months old, Logan, one of her twin boys, started showing a very clear preference for girls toys and clothes.
Emma joins us this morning to tell us why, instead of fighting Logan's requests, she now even lets him wears a pinafore dress to school so he can be just like all the other girls in his class.