'Life Before Loose': Jane Moore on her early dreams to act and reporting on 'stunning' Princess Diana
In the third installment of 'Life Before Loose' - a series of interviews with our panelists to celebrate Loose Women's 20th anniversary - we spoke to the wonderful Jane Moore, who has been with us from the very start.
We began by talking about Jane's humble upbringing, beauty pageants, aspirations to act and how she proved her teachers wrong when she decided to pursue a career in journalism. Watch above.
Jane then went on to look back at life as a young journalist in an extremely male-dominated world with no computers and mobile phones. She talked about covering some of Britain's most shocking crimes including the murder of James Bulger and Rose West’s trial. Watch the second part below.
In the final part of the interview, we heard all about Jane's days as a Royal Correspondent and her memories of Princess Diana who she describes as 'stunning, like a movie star. She just had this huge charisma, and when she looked at you, you felt like you were the only person in the room.' Watch below.