It’s the final stop for our dynamic duo Ferne and Vicky, but they are finishing their tour of the Amalfi Coast in style as they head on a luxury speedboat to the glamorous playground of the rich and famous – the island of Capri.
Almost a decade after the death of her husband of 28 years, Prue Leith had become accustomed to life as a widow. But a chance encounter five years ago saw her meet John Playfair. And now the cookery legend is gearing up to get married at the age of 76 - giving both her and her fiancé a new lease of life; proving that you can find love at any age.
The pair, who describe themselves as feeling like love-struck teenagers again, join us to talk about their heart-warming love story.
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Holly wears knitwear from Hobbs with M&S skirt and Office shoes
Phillip wears Massimo Dutti shirt and Reiss trousers
Ainsley’s using the honey from our very own This Morning bees to whip up delicious honey and mustard glazed pork chops. It’s quick, easy - and the best news? It comes in at just under £1.50 a head.
Tim Patch, otherwise known as Pricasso, is an Australian artist known for using his privates to paint portraits, landscapes and female nudes. He features on a C4 documentary, World of Weird, which goes out on Wednesday night - showcasing his very unique artistic style.
Tim joins us along with his paint set, to create our very own This Morning work of art - Phillip and Holly, painted... by Pricasso's privates!
We're joined by vet Paul Manktelow to tell us all we need to know about delivering life-saving first aid to our pets.
Paul says:"Nobody likes seeing our pets distressed or in pain. If your pet is ever in a situation where it needs First Aid then the key is not to get emotional. You need to keep calm, take a deep breath and don't go into panic mode."