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Amy Childs says she 'regrets' cosmetic procedures

At just 12 years old, reality TV star Amy Childs was already thinking about plastic surgery. What started as a birthday 'boob job' for herself at 18 quickly descended into a cosmetic surgery addiction which left Amy feeling like a 'freak'. Regretting every past procedure, Amy joins us to explain why she's urging teenagers to stay away from plastic surgery, and lets us in on 'all the goss' about going 'Instagram official with her new boyfriend.

Best paddling pools for the heatwave

With temperatures set to soar even higher this week, it has us all dreaming of balmy summer days spent relaxing poolside or sunbathing on the beach. While the pandemic may have halted our plans to jet off on holiday, it hasn’t stopped us from recreating our very own summer resort at home. With the sale of garden games and paddling pools up 1500% Alice Beer is here with her pick of the best paddling pools for the whole family, including your pet!

Dr Larisa reflects on her time on the frontline

She's been our resident This Morning doctor on the frontline of the Covid 19 fight, but as Dr Larisa completes her final night shift at a London hospital, what happens now for her, and most importantly, the NHS? And as the number of cases continues to fall, what's really going on behind the scenes to prepare for the future? Dr Larisa explains it all.

Shops will reopen within weeks, with 'social bubbles' and BBQs to follow

All shops across England will be able to open next month if they can meet the coronavirus guidelines to protect shoppers and workers, Boris Johnson has announced.

The Prime Minister said outdoor markets and car showrooms would be able to open from 1 June if they are safe to do so.

All other non-essential retailers - such as those selling clothes and books - will be allowed to open from June 15, provided the guidelines are met along with the government's five tests for easing the lockdown.

Mr Johnson told the daily Downing Street press conference that the risk of transmission is lower in outdoor areas, where social distancing can be easier to enforce.

Earlier this month, garden centres were permitted to reopen in England, Wales and Northern Ireland as part of the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

The Prime Minister said: "We will set out our formal assessment of the five tests that we set for adjusting the lockdown later this week as part of the three-weekly review we are legally required to undertake by Thursday.

"But because of the progress we are making I can, with confidence, put the British people on notice of the changes we intend to introduce as we move to step two."

Mr Johnson urged people to go to the shops to help the economy bounce back.

He said: "I'm certainly not going to discourage them from spending at all."I think that it's early days but we are very much hoping there will be a bounce back over the next few months."

Let your summer accessories take centre stage

Accessories are usually the last thing we look to when putting together an outfit. We choose the dress, or the jeans and then build our outfit around that. But this year, the game has been upped and accessories are fast becoming the focal point of outfits.

So, alongside your face mask (of course!), we're pleased to introduce you to the key accessories for summer.