Christine McGuinness joined the Loose Women to talk about her daughter Felicity's diagnosis with autism.
Three-year-old Felicity is Christine and Paddy McGuinness' third child. Her older siblings, twins Penelope and Leo, were previously diagnosed with autism.
Christine described the children as her "fabulous three" and pledged to change the world for them in a beautiful poem.
She said her daughter's diagnosis hadn't come as a huge shock, as she'd first spotted the signs when Felicity was about six months old.
For more information and advice about autism and Asperger Syndrome you can check out these helplines.
Autism and Asperger syndrome are both part of a range of related developmental disorders known as autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). Help & Information from NHS Choices with links to external websites.
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Love was in the air on Loose Women this week as our Loose Loved Ones returned and Loose's very own Cupid made it her mission in life to bring joy to our single women on Valentine's Day.
Here are five unforgettable Love Week moments...
Judi, Coleen and Brenda enjoyed special Valentine's Day surprises courtesy of our own Nadia 'Cupid' Sawalha,
Meanwhile, Denise decided to surprise her husband, Lincoln, with a very special poem live on air.
Ayda Field-Williams and Robbie Williams celebrated Valentine's Day in a very special way as they announced the birth of their fourth child.
"On this Valentine's Day, we would like to celebrate love in the most awesome way... Beau Benedict Enthoven Williams," Ayda wrote in an Instagram post, sharing the couple's good news with her followers.
"As with Coco, he is biologically ours, but born via our same incredible surrogate. We are so blessed to have our healthy son safely in our arms and are officially complete as a family."
Susan Boyle's been living the dream since she charmed the nation on Britain's Got Talent in 2009 but she still hasn't had to the chance to duet with Michael Bublé.
The Scottish singer revealed that she'd love to sing with the Canadian crooner during her first ever interview with the Loose Women, ahead of her upcoming live tour.
Speaking just over ten years after she achieved overnight stardom, Susan explained how her family had played a key role in keeping her feet on the ground.
"I get on well with my family, that's what keeps me grounded," she said. "They're very supportive and they're very proud."
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