How soon is too soon to leave a baby?

It's just something that I don't have a desire to do

– Tamara Ecclestone has never spent a night away from her four-year-old daughter Fifi

Kim Kardashian's little sister Kylie Jenner has been 'mum shamed' online for leaving her two month old baby Stormi to go away to the music festival Coachella. Some people have called Kylie 'selfish' and a 'bad mother' for leaving her baby, but others have said there is nothing wrong with it and that life doesn't end just because you're a parent. So, is it selfish to go on holiday without your baby?

Millionaire mum Tamara Ecclestone hasn’t left her four-year-old daughter even for one night but mum Mel Fallowfield went on a night out when her son was just three weeks old.

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Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Granbo: 'I shot armed intruders with my crossbow'

For most people, the prospect of an armed gang breaking into your home would be a terrifying ordeal, but 49-year-old Anji Rhys took the intrusion in her stride as she knew exactly what to do and more importantly how to defend herself and her family.

Anji Rhus is a crossbow enthusiast

After reaching for her crossbow, the grandmother put her skills to the test as she took on the armed gang in a fight which only saw one winner. Anji joins us today alongside her partner Becky to talk about her act of bravery and why Britain needs to fight back against intruders.

'My painkillers turned me gay'

I never had any desires for men, I didn't look at men as if 'I really want you' before

– Scott Purdy

We've had plenty of coming out stories on This Morning over the years but there's one that has raised more than a few eyebrows. Scott Purdy says he was a ‘hot-blooded’ heterosexual who enjoyed dating women, but after being prescribed painkillers for a long-term ankle injury, he claims he lost his sexual attraction to women and has been turned gay.

His claims have left LBGT+ groups outraged, and today Scott joins us on the sofa alongside Dr Ranj, who believes Scott has always had same-sex desires.

'I have sex with my husband to stay together, but I can't feel a single thing'

It's something that isn't talked about with spinal people. It's alright to feel vulnerable, it's fine, speak out, go past it, and it's better the other side.

– Benita Lambert

After almost being crushed to death by a horse, Benita Lambert was left paralysed from the waist down. Although she struggled to wash, dress, and look after her two young children, nothing was quite as daunting for Benita than getting intimate with husband Matt.

Left without any feeling in her sexual organs, Benita spent months avoiding sex, and when she did have sex, she avoided discussing with her husband her inability to feel a thing. Yet she’s determined to not let this ruin her relationship, and says her husband wanting her is still extremely important.

Benita, along with husband Matt, join us today to explain why.

'Stabbed, starved, controlled by my girlfriend. I was tormented for years, now she's in jail'

Talk - if you don't talk about it you're going to get worse. If you talk about it, you're going to get better. Because that's what I did. And look where I am now.

– Alex Skeel's advice to victims of domestic abuse

A boyfriend made to suffer at the hands of his controlling girlfriend is speaking for the first time about the torment he suffered as she was jailed for seven and a half years.

During their five-year relationship, Alex Skeel was starved, tortured, and even had boiling water thrown over him by his ex-girlfriend Jordan Worth. Now Alex is bravely waiving his anonymity to raise awareness of domestic violence, and encourage other men speak out against their abusive partners.

Domestic abuse - men helplines

We're on the lookout for unsigned artists

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Please note: For those shortlisted, a member of our Music Team will be in contact to confirm copyright details alongside the execution of a Licence To Use Material by the Music Right's Holder. If the copyright check fails along the process your music might not be used for the purposes of the broadcast.

The models embracing their shapes, sizes and scars

We want to challenge the fashion industry to become more inclusive of people with differences and disfigurements ... you've forgotten about us

– Love Disfigure's Sylvia

Many of us feel anxious when it comes to getting ready for our beach holidays, putting unnecessary pressure on ourselves. But today we're meeting five inspiring women who says body confidence is all in the mind. They've all joined together to embrace every shape, size and scar encouraging others to do the same as part of their Love Disfigure campaign.