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Loose Online: Kaye, Nadia, Stacey and Jane on life in lockdown, self-isolation and homeschooling

Our Loose Women may be in lockdown but that won't keep them from talking to each other about what's happening in the world and their daily lives.

In the first ever episode of Loose Online, Kaye, Nadia, Stacey and Jane catch up to discuss life in lockdown, explain how they're coping with social distancing and self-isolation and talk about the challenges of homeschooling and keeping the kids occupied.

Watch the video above.

Ask Me Anything: Jane on her heroes, the Royal Family and Life Before Loose

Would former Royal Correspondent Jane like to sit down for a long interview with Harry and Meghan? Or perhaps even consider writing a book about her own life?

You had lots of questions for her after her Life Before Loose chat and she took time to sit down and answer some of them while she's practicing social distancing.

Hear what she had to say in the video above and catch her Life Before Loose interview here.

Production on Loose Women paused from Monday due to coronavirus outbreak

ITV Daytime has taken the decision to stop broadcasting Lorraine and Loose Women live from Monday 23rd March. This decision has been made to minimise the number of staff travelling in and out of our studios and working together on shift at any one time.

We're focusing our efforts on providing to viewers the latest news on the rapidly changing situation which aims to offer some stability and continuity in all our lives whilst so many of us are at home right now. That’s why we have taken this tough decision to protect our GMB News programme in the morning and keep This Morning on air for as long as possible.

From Monday we will be running an extended version of Good Morning Britain from 6am until 10am. At 9am Lorraine Kelly will join Piers in the GMB studio for the last hour and then hand straight over to the This Morning studio with Phillip and Holly as usual running from 10am until 12.30pm. We will then run some of our most favourite repeat episodes of Loose Women from 12.30pm to 1.30pm to give viewers something to smile about each day at lunchtime.

We have been reducing our crew numbers over the last week and these changes will enable us to reduce them further and help us build further resilience with the aim of Daytime content continuing to air for as long as possible.

Safeguarding the well-being of everyone involved with our programmes is our priority and in this dynamically developing situation we will obviously continue to review these new arrangements on a day by day basis and follow at all times the latest PHE and WHO guidelines.

Roman Kemp on mum Shirlie: 'I view her as my hero'

Shirlie Kemp and her TV and radio presenter son, Roman, joined the Loose Women to speak about their close bond during our special Mothers Week.

Roman told the Loose Women that he felt incredibly fortunate to have such a good relationship with his mum and has always been able to turn to her for support.

"I've had a lot of close friends go through some real, serious mental health issues. I am so fortunate I have my mum because she's taught me to open up as much as possible even when I was a teenager and I was like, 'Mum, please stop talking'."

He also explained how he was in awe of his mother, who kept family life as normal as possible for Roman and his sister, Harley, when their father, Martin Kemp, was diagnosed with two brain tumours.

Louise Pentland on the positive power of online communities and her hypnobirthing experience

Vlogger and parenting blogger Louise Pentland told the Loose Women that social media can be a "lifeline" for parents and people who are feeling isolated and concerned during worrying times, like the current coronavirus situation.

"I think, like a lot of us, people are feeling anxious and worried and aware of all the changes," she explained. "I think that they're turning to social media to talk about a new normal."

Louise said she thinks people are looking for positivity and suggestions and explained why she believes they're seeking reassurance from others who've been feeling the same way online.