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Steal Holly's Monday style

Holly and Phillip's stylist shares details of our presenters' studio looks with us.

Holly wears top from Massimo Dutti with Jigsaw trousers and Karen Millen shoes

Philllip wears J.Crew shirt with All Saints trousers and Camel shoes

EXCLUSIVE: Our foster son was the Parsons Green bomber

We were sitting watching a darts match. The phone rang and I answered it. This voice said, ‘This is the police, you are surrounded by armed police just put everything down and get out NOW!’ I looked out and there were two eyes at the window and a gun.

– Penny Jones

When Iraqi refugee Ahmed Hassan arrived at the doorstep of foster couple Penny and Ron Jones, they did everything they could to make the teenager feel welcome and secure. But, despite their love and care, Ahmed now faces life in jail after being convicted of trying to kill 93 commuters at Parsons Green Tube station with a homemade bomb in September last year.

Ahmed Hassan

Penny and Ron join us on the sofa to share their story of how a quiet, troubled teen became a would-be IS assassin, and tell us why despite his “betrayal” they will foster again.

Coming up on Monday's show

Coming up on Monday's show, it sounds like something out of a nightmare - Phillip and Holly meet the man who WOKE UP on the operating table.

Marcella star Jamie Bamber will be here on the sofa.

And find out what happened when Alison Hammond met her idol Oprah Winfrey alongside her co-star Reese Witherspoon.

Join us for all this and more from 10:30 on ITV!

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Mollie King: 'My battle with dyslexia and why it's never held me back'

She’s performed to millions as part of girl band The Saturdays, and wowed us every Saturday night on Strictly Come Dancing. But behind the scenes, Mollie King has been battling a disorder which 10 per cent of the population suffer from - dyslexia. Mollie says she has never let dyslexia hold her back, and today she tells us how she manages the disorder and shares the realities of growing up with it.