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Danielle Lloyd: Vaginal rejuvenation stopped my incontinence

It's one of life's greatest miracles - but childbirth can wreak havoc on a woman's body for years to come. So, could the cure to a whole host of womanly ailments really come in the form of a 30-minute beauty treatment? Well, according to Danielle Lloyd, it can. After suffering from incontinence since the birth of her second child, Danielle decided to undergo a quick and easy non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation treatment. The results? Well, they're so good that her mum, Jackie, wants to undergo the same treatment to help with her menopause.

Danielle and Jackie join us live to tell us why they think every woman should consider vaginal rejuvenation.

Look like a princess with the Meghan Markle glow

In less than a month's time time the world's cameras will be pointed towards Meghan Markle as she gets ready for her big day. So how does a future princess keep her skin looking flawless?

In the first part of our Meghan beauty specials, her rumoured facialist Sarah Chapman shares her top tips for getting your skin in good condition for that big event, and reveals how we can get Meghan’s glow with some simple - and more importantly, free, techniques!

Jamie Oliver takes on the battle against childhood obesity

It’s official - British children are among the fattest in the world and the most overweight in western Europe. Today, a group of politicians, campaigners and celebrities are sending a letter to the Prime Minister to do something about it. And it’s the man who got us to ditch the turkey twizzlers who is leading the fight against the junk food.

We'll hear from Jamie Oliver on his latest mission to keep Britain healthy!

What happens next for Alfie Evans?

Heartbroken parents Tom Evans and Kate James have been locked in a bitter court battle to allow their little boy Alfie Evans to live. But yesterday, in an emergency meeting at the High Court in Manchester, a judge ruled 23-month-old Alfie won’t be able to travel to Italy for treatment and Liverpool’s Alder Hey Hospital will continue with the end of care life plan for Alfie.

It’s the final devastating blow for Alfie’s parents, who have fought tirelessly against the decision to have their son taken off life support. And as Alfie continues to cling to life after being taken off of ventilation support by the hospital, what is next for this little boy?