Fresh from finding out that the location of their wedding will be The View from The Shard, Sonya and Paul were taken to meet their own wedding experts by Gok.
The couple got to meet their florist and a wedding planner before one more surprise - as Gok reveals the couple’s wedding will be featured in OK! Magazine!
Offers of help have flooded in from around the country for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. We'll be donating clothes from our presenters' wardrobes. Here's how you can help.
Donations of money
The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation have launched an emergency appeal to raise money for those affected
Multiple fundraising campaigns have been set up online to raise funds for victims of the Grenfell Tower
Donations of food, clothing and other items
Kensington and Chelsea Council have released a statement thanking everyone who has made donations of food, clothing and other items. When they need donations again they will update their website (link below).
A Book of Condolence opened on Wednesday afternoon at Kensington Town Hall.
On Wednesday, Borough Market reopened to the public for the first time since the London Bridge terror attack. As a sign of solidarity with our neighbours just down the road, Phillip and Holly head to the market themselves to meet some of the fantastic traders and sample all they have to offer.
On Wednesday, Borough Market reopened once again for the public for the first time since the London Bridge terror attack. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan led a minute's silence to remember those who lost their lives in the tragic attack.
The Grenfell Tower fire in West London spread quickly through the 27 storeys, with scenes emerging of residents trapped inside and even throwing themselves out of windows to avoid the fire.
With 12 people confirmed dead so far, many still missing and the death toll set to rise, questions are being asked of the recent refurbishment work carried out on the social housing block amid mounting anger from residents.
If we allow these buildings to become Roman candles, there's no way we can keep up with the fire
We are joined in the studio today by chartered surveyor and fire expert Arnold Tarling who believes the cladding IS to blame and live from Washington DC, former New York firefighter Tim Brown who says British builders should adopt American building regulations as they are far stricter.
Tamara Ecclestone, daughter of former Formula 1 chief executive Bernie, was a regular on the celebrity party scene. But now she's swapped her glamorous A-list lifestyle for something far more down-to-earth: motherhood.
As mum to three-year-old Sophia, the former socialite says her daughter isn't just part of her life - she is her life - and that means continuing to breastfeed her and letting her share the marital bed. In fact, so dedicated is Tamara to attachment parenting that until Sophia went to nursery in January, mother and daughter had never spent more than SIX MINUTES apart.
Tamara joins us to answer her critics - and there certainly are a few!
Marcus was born looking different to other children - and sadly, like so many others, he faced name-calling and bullying at school as a result of looking different. Now 13 years old and after 20 operations, Marcus has managed to beat the bullies thanks to the help of the Changing Faces charity.
Marcus joins us today alongside his mother, Sam, and Dr James Partridge OBE who founded Changing Faces, to speak out about the challenges with living with a facial deformity.