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Coming up on Thursday's show

On Thursday's show, Peter Andre meets another Dad with a Difference - the father who is now a woman.

Find out how to dress like a duchess, with Gok's guide to getting the royal look for less.

And we hear from Britain's loneliest dog. Yes, we go live to the hound who's been patiently waiting for his brother to come home for over TWO years.

Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.

Which celebs are the real wedding crashers?

Imagine having Forrest Gump crash your wedding! That's what happened to one lucky couple, who've ended up with a casually-dress Tom Hanks in their wedding snaps.

And that's not the first time that a mega-celeb has turned up unannounced at someone's nuptials - Rylan picks our favourite wedding crashes.

Sit back and relax, as we Wish Upon a Sri Lankan Spa

We've been all around the world with some deserving This Morning viewers - from Malaysia to Crete to St Lucia, and today, it’s the final episode of our spa series, as we’re headed to Sri Lanka with two grandmothers.

Fiona Merchant and Gail Campbell have been best friends since their teens and deserve a bit of respite from their stressful lives at home with both caring for their elderly relatives. It's time to Wish Upon a Spa!

Early-onset Alzheimer's won't stop me living life to the full

There are around 850,000 people diagnosed with Alzheimer's in the UK - 40,000 of these are young people, some who have inherited the deadly PSEN1 gene. 40-year-old Chris Graham, a former soldier and father is one of these people - having been diagnosed with the condition in 2010 after losing his dad and auntie to the disease - and also watching his older brother battle it too.

Chris hasn't let the diagnosis get him down though, recently cycling 16,000 miles around North America for the cause. And he joins us now alongside his wife Vicky as he releases his story, Five Minutes Of Amazing: My Journey Through Dementia.

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