You might notice something similar about these two cute pups... and that's because Mini-Winnie is a clone of 12-year-old Winnie. But would Ruth and Eamonn choose to have their beloved Maggie cloned? Watch today's Best Bits to find out...
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Scared at the thought of life without her soul mate, Rebecca entered a competition to have Winnie, her beloved Dachshund, cloned by a South Korean company who have come up with a method of creating genetically identical replicas of beloved family pets.
Winning the prize, which is worth £60,000, Rebecca is now the proud owner of two genetically identical Dachshunds - Winnie and Mini-Winnie!
Rebecca and her precious pooches join us on the sofa.
Yesterday tributes flooded in for legendary comic actor Robin Williams after he was found to have committed suicide in his California home. Police confirmed that he had hung himself on Monday.
Former Hollywood co-stars and even the President praised his career, however Robin left behind his wife Susan and three children Cody, Zelda and Zachary.
One person who knows all too well the pain of losing a parent to suicide is Emily Van Dyke, whose father suffered severe depression just like Robin and shot himself in 2006.
Emily joins us along with Denise Robertson to talk about losing her father to suicide.
Today we got an insight into the life of TOWIE's Bobby, as he opened up about his mum Kym's search for a bone marrow donor - and in the process, encouraged quite a lot of people to sign up for the bone marrow register.
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Relatives, showbiz stars and politicians have expressed their sadness at the death of Robin Williams, who has died at the age of 63 in a suspected suicide.
The Oscar-winning actor, famous for films including Good Will Hunting, Mrs Doubtfire, Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poets Society, was found dead at his home in northern California, according to the Marin County Sheriff's Office.
Williams' wife Susan Schneider said in a statement: "This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken."
Today, showbiz correspondent Leslie Gornstein and Dr Dawn Harper join us to talk about the star's death.