As Britain's Got Talent heads into its tense week of live semi finals we want to see if This Morning's younger viewers from tots to teenagers have got talent too.
If you think your youngster has a talent the world needs to see then share it with us.
Send us a video - make sure you record your name age and then show us your talent in no more than 30 seconds. Make sure you send us your contact details in the email - including a daytime phone number.
Only parents or guardians over 18 can send in videos so make sure if you are under age, ask your mum and dad to do it. Send us your videos to firstname.lastname@example.org, by midday on Thursday 28 May .
Prince George's visit to see his new-born baby sister was one of the most memorable moments of the day and what the nation had been waiting for. However it also made some people wonder how Kate and William would deal with the arrival of a second child.
Newsreader Kate Silverton spoke for many parents this week when she admitted to feeling guilt at neglecting her three-year old, Clemency, after the birth of her son, Wilbur. She's here today nine months on from the birth of her second child.
Do you suffer from the afternoon slump? Do you want to know how to boost your energy? On Tuesday's This Morning nutritionist Madeleine Shaw will be showing you how to fight fatigue. So, if you suffer from fatigue we want to hear from you with your questions.
Email your name, question and contact telephone number to email@example.com by Tuesday 26 May at 10:30am. You must be over 18.
Bradley Walsh's career spans decades. From Wheel of Fortune in the nineties to Corrie in the noughties, and mostly recently Law & Order and The Chase.
Bradley's newest show, Sun Trap starts next week and he tells us why filming was like being a kid again and what celebrity faces we can expect to pop up during the series.
TV: Sun Trap is on Wednesday 27 May at 10:45pm on BBC1
If you are at Gatwick South on 10 June and fancy some last-minute travel fashion styling then we are keen to hear from you!
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Does your partner spend more time on social media than with the family? Are you fed up of a friend bragging about every little thing they do?
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People who post Facebook status updates about their romantic partner are more likely to have low self-esteem, while those who brag about diets, exercise and accomplishments are typically narcissists, according to new research out today.
Justine Forrest is here to tell us how she sees her 4,000+ friends as her family who support her through life as a wife, mother and chef, and insists she is unable to live without her daily fix.
Meanwhile, social media psychologist Dr Arthur Cassidy believes that our online behaviour is inextricably linked to self-esteem and self-confidence and says posting comments and pictures is actually highly dangerous.
And whether or not you could live without social media, do you think you might be addicted to your PHONE?
Let us know by voting in the two polls above before 10:40 - watch the results on today's show!
Today we meet 27-year-old mum and police officer Kaylee Pitch. Having a baby and working long shifts hasn't given Kaylee much time to pamper herself. Her partner is in the Air Force and the two spend a lot of time apart.
Gemma Sheppard, Bryony Blake and Leo Bancroft are here to give her a big makeover boost, in time for her partner coming back this weekend.