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It’s like a rainbow with a colour missing then you look a little closer and see another colour and that rainbow in the end becomes one of the nicest rainbows you see.
When Claire became pregnant with her partner Andrew in 2015 she couldn't have been more overjoyed. But just 29 weeks into the pregnancy, their baby was deprived of oxygen and she had an emergency C-section.
Baby Theo was born four months prematurely weighing just 2Ib 2oz but Claire was devastated when just three days later he was diagnosed with Down's syndrome - even for a brief moment saying that she wished he had never been born.
But now, after facing the challenges of raising a child with Down's, Claire says she wouldn't change him for the world.
I hope I can inspire other people to read.
For almost nine decades, Ursula Shepherd has been unable to read - and relied on others to help her with tasks that included signing cheques, deciphering household bills and even - using her right to vote.
But now - aged 87, the retired factory worker decided to change all that - by taking lessons at her local education centre. Ursula is now working out full sentences - and hopes to conquer a romantic novel, as well as her knitting pattern instructions.
She joins us alongside her live-in- carer, Lesley Waller who has helped her on her linguistic journey - as they prove it's never too late to learn.
I’ve three sugar daddies at the moment, the eldest is 65. I just get nice gifts in exchange for company.
Josie Cunningham became a household name when she admitted undergoing £4,800 worth of breast enhancement surgery paid by the NHS in 2013 to increase her bust.
Now, she's posted a topless picture online thanking taxpayers for getting her the boob job - and put a link to her £13,457.42 Amazon Wish List in the hope that strangers would fund her lavish lifestyle.
Josie is with us now, alongside broadcaster Angela Epstein (on Skype) who says Josie needs help and should stop exploiting her body as well as others.
If he wasn't here, I wouldn't be here either
Four years ago, autistic Joel Sayer barely spoke, was often violent, hated leaving the house and had never even smiled. Now 13, his life has transformed completely, thanks to the dog he calls his 'guardian angel'.
Assistance dog Caddie, a Labrador, has helped Joel achieve milestones his family never thought possible - from joining family outings, to going surfing and even taking a trip to the dentist.
Joel joined us today alongside mum Janet - and his loyal friend Caddie of course.
Any mum will know that childbirth can have a profound effect on your body - but while we're often happy to compare saggy 'mummy tummies' or even chat about our boobs 'heading south' - there's one area that still remains a bit of a taboo.
A recent survey has revealed that 87% of mums admitted their vagina changed for the worse after giving birth; and one lady who can well identify with that is Lyndsey Hiatt, who - after five pregnancies and five natural deliveries - was left with some embarrassing issues that she found hard to share with even her closest friends.
She's here alongside Dr Zoe to discuss a pioneering new treatment dubbed 'the vagina facelift' which she says has given her a whole new lease of life!
In 2012, the six Philpott children, aged between five to 13, all slept through the sound of smoke alarms as their house burnt down around them.
Now, after testing 34 children aged between 2 and 13, Derbyshire Fire Service and Dundee University have uncovered a worrying suggestion - that we can't always rely on our smoke detectors to wake our children up. In these tests 80% slept through the alarm.
Whilst every house should have one, and they undoubtedly save lives, should we now be making some important improvements to the tried and tested smoke detector?
Today we launch This Morning’s Be Kind Campaign to offer key advice and an anti-bullying message following recent powerful interviews focused on bullying and the experiences faced by children and their families.
The campaign will be launched after the huge response the programme received when Lucy Alexander - the mother of Felix Alexander, 17 - and Nicola Harteveld - the mother of 14-year-old Megan Evans - shared the tragic stories of how their children committed suicide after being bullied.
Viewers will pledge to watch the moving interviews with Lucy and Nicola via our website with their children so that they know they can ask for help and how important it is to be kind.
Agony aunt Deidre Sanders, psychotherapists Nik and Eva Speakman and Dr Ranj will be staying on long after the show finishes to continue taking calls and giving advice to concerned parents or children.