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08 February 2019 13:33

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Caffeine, which is one of the most widely used substances on the planet, has been linked to a number of health benefits, including improving weight loss and boosting your brain function, although researchers are still trying to understand how it affects the human body. Christine Lampard made an emotional return to Loose Women on Thursday, where she caught her co-stars up on life as a new mum. The TV star and her football manager husband Frank welcomed their first child, daughter Patricia in September, and this week marked Christine's first appearance on Loose Women since the birth. She got emotional as she spoke about the birth of her little girl while also revealing that her husband Frank needs to change more nappies. Motherhood: Christine Lampard made an emotional return to Loose Women on Thursday, where she caught her co-stars up on life as a new mum 'That gets me every time' she said with emotion in her voice as her co-star and fellow mum Stacey Solomon leaned over to hug her.

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Christine Lampard makes a tearful return to Loose Women as she speaks out on her emotional birth

Christine explained that she has a photograph of Frank's mother in her baby's nursery and said: 'When I'm feeding her I'll say "that's your granny that's who you are named for".' Humberside Police said a 24-year-old man was being held after he was arrested at a home in Hull on Wednesday. Libby Squire search: disappearance of 21-year-old university student 1/18 Police officers began searching after Hull university student, Libby Squire, went missing after a night out Getty Images 2/18 The 21-year-old was last seen on Thursday 31 January, 2019 PA 3/18 Officers have said Ms Squire was dropped off in a taxi near her home on Wellesley Avenue at 11.29pm on Thursday and was seen 10 minutes later on CCTV near a bench on Beverley Road, where a motorist stopped to offer her help PA 4/18 Libby's parents Lisa and Russ Ms Squire's family said her disappearance is completely out of character and described her as a "very thoughtful and caring young woman who puts others before herself" PA 5/18 More than 200 volunteers joined 70 police and the Hull Coastguard Rescue Team searching the city for her PA 6/18 Welly Club on Beverley Road PA 7/18 Friends have said the student did not have her phone on her during the night PA 8/18 Her parents Lisa and Russ issued a statement thanking everyone who had helped in the search for their daughter, saying they had been "overwhelmed with people's kindness and support". They said: "Growing up, Libby was a really happy child, and she is extremely close to her family and her siblings." PA 9/18 Officers urged people living in the area to check their gardens and outbuildings in case she had taken shelter PA 10/18 President of University of Hull Students' Union Osaro Otabo (left) and Vice-Chancellor of the university Professor Susan Lea as they address students and staff gathered in solidarity and support of student Libby PA 11/18 Police search in Newland near Hull PA 12/18 A police officer with a dog conducts a search on Wellesley Avenue PA 13/18 Police search the frozen Oak Road Pond Getty Images 14/18 Police search on the Beverley and Barmston Drain PA 15/18 PA 16/18 Police officers search drains near to the home of missing 21-year-old student Libby Squire Getty Images 17/18 Police search Oak Road Pond PA 18/18 Police search for missing 21-year-old student Libby Squire, on the Beverley and Barmston Drain PA 1/18 Police officers began searching after Hull university student, Libby Squire, went missing after a night out Getty Images 2/18 The 21-year-old was last seen on Thursday 31 January, 2019 PA 3/18 Officers have said Ms Squire was dropped off in a taxi near her home on Wellesley Avenue at 11.29pm on Thursday and was seen 10 minutes later on CCTV near a bench on Beverley Road, where a motorist stopped to offer her help PA 4/18 Libby's parents Lisa and Russ Ms Squire's family said her disappearance is completely out of character and described her as a "very thoughtful and caring young woman who puts others before herself" PA 5/18 More than 200 volunteers joined 70 police and the Hull Coastguard Rescue Team searching the city for her PA 6/18 Welly Club on Beverley Road PA 7/18 Friends have said the student did not have her phone on her during the night PA 8/18 Her parents Lisa and Russ issued a statement thanking everyone who had helped in the search for their daughter, saying they had been "overwhelmed with people's kindness and support". They said: "Growing up, Libby was a really happy child, and she is extremely close to her family and her siblings." PA 9/18 Officers urged people living in the area to check their gardens and outbuildings in case she had taken shelter PA 10/18 President of University of Hull Students' Union Osaro Otabo (left) and Vice-Chancellor of the university Professor Susan Lea as they address students and staff gathered in solidarity and support of student Libby PA 11/18 Police search in Newland near Hull PA 12/18 A police officer with a dog conducts a search on Wellesley Avenue PA 13/18 Police search the frozen Oak Road Pond Getty Images 14/18 Police search on the Beverley and Barmston Drain PA 15/18 PA 16/18 Police officers search drains near to the home of missing 21-year-old student Libby Squire Getty Images 17/18 Police search Oak Road Pond PA 18/18 Police search for missing 21-year-old student Libby Squire, on the Beverley and Barmston Drain PA Officers have said Ms Squire was dropped off in a taxi near her home on Wellesley Avenue at 11.29pm on Thursday and was seen 10 minutes later on CCTV near a bench on Beverley Road, where a motorist stopped to offer her help. The woman, who lives near Miss Squire's home, said the area is populated by students who make a lot of noise "any day of the week" but the scream she heard was unusual and sounded like someone was "being harassed".

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This Morning's Holly Willoughby got a rather lovely surprise at the start of today's (February 7), and it seems she was a bit too overcome with emotion. "Shall we start the presents already?" he suggested, Holly admitting that she was getting "emotional" as 'Happy Birthday' played. Instagram 5 Holly Willoughby treated herself to a few drinks as she celebrated her upcoming birthday at The Streets gig last night KATIE Price said yesterday that she is considering putting son Harvey into a care home - but in 2013 she insisted he would NEVER leave her. Most read in TV & Showbiz PUPPY LOVE Holly bursts into tears as Phil gives her a basket of puppies for her birthday CARE MILES Hayden Panettiere's pain as daughter is raised 6,000 miles away by ex Klitschko 'SHUT YOUR MOUTH' Katie Price hits back as trolls slam her for filming 'knackered' Harvey Exclusive SOAP STAR SMASH EastEnders star Dean Gaffney in 1am car crash on the M25 Exclusive DYER WARNING Danny Dyer summons Jack Fincham to 'have it out' at his house after coke binge Don't sweat it Lauren Goodger among stars leaving little to the imagination in workout gear SONBELIEVABLE Jeremy Kyle teen admits having sex with his dad's girlfriend FIVE times Exclusive ON THIN ICE Dancing on Ice's Gemma Collins has 'crisis talks' with partner Matt after fall LAMP IN HER THROAT Christine Lampard's tears on Loose Women return 5mths after becoming mum DOG AND PHONEY SHOW Lisa hints Ant is 'playing happy families' with Anne-Marie and new pups

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