• Alex Jones reveals her clever trick for dressing her baby bump

    Alex Jones isn't letting her changing figure stop her from looking chic. The One Show presenter has revealed the clever way she's been dressing her baby bump, which doesn't involve wearing maternity clothing just yet. Alex shared a selfie from the BBC studios lift and wrote on Instagram: "Not maternity wear but this dungarees dress is stretchy as hell." Alex showed just a hint of her baby bump in the Topshop number, which featured a cinched in waist and tortoiseshell buttons down the front. The TV star had previously said she was going to start living in dungarees to accommodate

  • Jamie Oliver's wife Jools breaks down in tears watching Emma Willis' documentary

    Jools Oliver took to Instagram to heap praise on Emma Willis' documentary called Emma Willis: Delivering Babies. The 44-year-old, who is married to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, confessed she broke down in tears after watching the "emotional" series. Sharing a screen-shot of Emma in her nursing uniform, Jools shared: "Ooo I just LOVE Emma Willis on 'delivering babies' she seems gorgeous and just a wonderful program. I find my heart is in my mouth every time there is a birth! Emotional roller coaster and then I am crying. Gets me every time xxx."           View this post on Instagram                   Ooo I just

  • Kimberley Walsh gives rare update on Cheryl's baby son Bear

    Kimberley Walsh has opened up about her best friend Cheryl's son Bear, revealing that the adorable tot is walking and talking. Speaking on Made by Mammas: The Podcast to fellow mums Zoe Hardman and Georgia Dayton, Kimberley said the little boys love playing together. She admitted that she and Cheryl would WhatsApp each other every day when their sons were newborns. "Cole and Bear are so similar in age and then especially in the first year, it was like a daily WhatsApp thing because there's so many things to talk about in those first few months," said Kimberley. "The feeding,

  • EastEnders' Kacey Ainsworth gives honest account of raising her son who has autism

    EastEnders star Kacey Ainsworth has opened up about her family life in a rare interview, revealing the highs and lows of having a child with autism. The actress – who played Little Mo in the BBC One soap – said that she gave up work for seven years, only accepting one acting job a year, in order to care for her son Elwood, now 11. Talking to The Mirror, she explained: "I only did jobs with short time commitment and only one a year. It would have been too disruptive for me to have had a chaotic schedule." Praising