THE GRANGE HILL CAST REUNITE ON LOOSE WOMEN TO MARK THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE HIT KIDS TV SHOW
It is 40 years since iconic, kids TV show Grange Hill hit our screens. From teenage pregnancies to drug addiction, and student-teacher affairs, the storylines were groundbreaking at the time. Kids were hooked and Grange Hill became a household name.
To celebrate this momentous milestone, our ladies welcomed some of the Grange Hill gang for a reunion. There was plenty of nostalgia in the studio as the cast revealed some Grange Hill scenes were actually captured in the 'now' Loose Women studio.
CHRISTINE LAMPARD WELCOMES BABY DAUGHTER TO THE WORLD
Happy news today! Christine Lampard has given birth to a baby girl, her first child with ex-footballer Frank Lampard.
The 39-year-old TV presenter shared a sweet photograph to Instagram and Twitter this morning with the caption: "Let us introduce you to our little girl. Patricia Charlotte Lampard! We’re so in love."
The happy family snap was taken from her hospital bed. The pair can be seen smiling sweetly, with Christine looking positively radiant cuddling her newborn baby.
CAITLY JENNER JOINS LOOSE WOMEN!
Caitlyn Jenner joined Loose Women as a guest panellist discussing everything from transitioning, her family and inspiring others.
Asked how does it feel to be a Loose woman, Caitlyn said: “It was a long journey for me! I never knew I would actually ever make it, but I did. I had to raise all my children, I had so many things to do in life and then finally I got to the point, I was still dealing with the things I was dealing with when I was that big [mimes height of a child] and I’m thinking, ‘What the heck am I going to do with my life?’ So here we are today and life’s good, baby. Life is good.”
Of learning about the transgender community, she said: “You say things that you think is just fine and then all of a sudden the uproar, ‘Oh my gosh Caitlyn, how can you say that?’ First of all there’s nothing but love in my heart for the community from what I’m trying to do. I don’t do anything with malice in my heart. I’m just trying to make it better for everybody. That’s kind of tough when you know you’ve got your heart in the right place and people don’t know you and they think ‘Oh my god you said…’. I said something one time […] I didn’t want to look like a man in a dress, you want to be able to do a good enough job that at least you’re kind of passable, but oh my god it just blew up: ‘What about all the ones out there that want to look like a man in a dress?’"
Caitlyn explained: “I’m constantly on egg shells. I’ve learned a lot, but constantly. They have this thing called the internet… it’s kind of frightening because everything you do is scrutinised by a lot of people and it gives even the smallest majority in any community a big voice and the media is looking for that. They’re looking for controversy. If one trans person says something it becomes this amazing big story.”
Watch the video to see Caitlyn joining the show.
SALLY MORGAN GIVES US HER STRICTLY COME DANCING AND POLITICS PREDICTIONS
'The first thing, I'm sorry, Susannah Constantine... I think she's going to have quite a nasty injury. Her right knee on the outside. I think she might already have a problem there and it will be exacerbated by training.
Joe Sugg. I think he's really going to shine and people will be very surprised.
Danny John Jules from Red Dwarf. He's very vibrant and what he lacks in steps, he'll make up, as far as the panel are concerned, with personality.'
Will Boris Johnson be Prime Minister?
'I don't think he will be. I really feel he's being conjonled to go down a path he doesn't want to go down.'
Theresa May and Brexit
'She's a very determined lady. She's really coming out of herself and digging her heals in. She's not going anywhere. She's the one who, whether we like it or not everyone, who will take us through to Brexit. We will see a deal done because of her.'
Watch the video to see the full chat with Sally!