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So who's worried by Lizzie Cundy's scandalous stories?

She’s the self-confessed Queen of the Red Carpet, and now Lizzie Cundy is dishing the dirt about a whole host of celebrities in her first tell-all autobiography.

As news of the book leaves A-listers ‘quaking in their boots’ - Lizzie gives us a sneak peak at just a few of the scandalous stories that fans can expect.

Reveal your baby's gender LIVE on This Morning!

Are you pregnant, but don't yet know if you're expecting a little boy or girl? Well how would you like to find out LIVE on This Morning?

Look what happened last time we revealed three babies' genders live on air!

If you're expecting, and are able to find out the gender of your baby, get in touch with us by emailing thismorning@itv.com by 5pm on Monday 4th March.

Interested? Read on!

- You must be between 16-20 weeks pregnant, and able to find out the gender of the baby via scan

- We will reveal the gender by having your sonographer tell us the results of your scan

- We will not be arranging the scan itself, just the reveal

- You and your partner must be available to take time off work to appear on the show

- You must send your full names, ages, picture, and background (how long you've been together, if it's your first baby etc)

- You must be 18 or over, and terms can be found at itv.com/terms

Peek inside Meghan Markle's lavish baby shower

She’s due to welcome her first baby in less than two months, and Meghan Markle has certainly been celebrating in style with a lavish baby shower held by her closest pals in New York - including best friends, Serena Williams and Amal Clooney.

But has Meghan gone 'too far' with the pricey celebrations? And where is sister-in-law Kate Middleton? Royal expert Camilla Tominey is here to discuss the extravagant affair.

'I'm not a criminal for helping my husband to die'

Earlier this month, 80-year-old Geoff Whaley chose to end his life at Dignitas clinic in Switzerland. But, in an open letter posted to MPs written before his death - Geoff said the final weeks of his life had 'been blighted by visits from social services and police' - after his wife faced criminal charges for assisting him in his journey to Switzerland.

As his family continue to petition for a change in law on assisted suicide, we’re joined by Geoff’s wife Ann and daughter Alix.