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We’re a nation that’s obsessed with celebs, and the more private they are, the more we want to know!
I’m Peta Todd and every week in Fabulous Magazine we talk to our most-loved female celebrities, whether it’s about fashion, beauty or more personal matters. Now I’m going one step further with this series of intimate and tell-all conversations.
Our families are the people that make us who we are, for better or worse, and in this show I’ve been lucky enough to talk to the mums and daughters about the relationships behind their fame.
Welcome to “Things I told my daughter”
This episode is brought to you by Fabulous Magazine and produced by Anya Pearce and Leigh Meyer, it is a Wireless Studios Production. To discover more of our award winning journalism visit https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/

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We’re a nation that’s obsessed with celebs, and the more private they are, the more we want to know!
I’m Peta Todd and every week in Fabulous Magazine we talk to our most-loved female celebrities, whether it’s about fashion, beauty or more personal matters. Now I’m going one step further with this series of intimate and tell-all conversations.
Our families are the people that make us who we are, for better or worse, and in this show I’ve been lucky enough to talk to the mums and daughters about the relationships behind their fame.
Welcome to “Things I told my daughter”
This episode is brought to you by Fabulous Magazine and produced by Anya Pearce and Leigh Meyer, it is a Wireless Studios Production. To discover more of our award winning journalism visit https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/

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    Jess Wright and her Mum Carol

    Jess Wright and her Mum Carol

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with Reality TV star Jess Wright and her mum Carol to talk about everything from her honest thoughts about her TOWIE days, to confronting her fears of experiencing early menopause.  
    Although Jess rose to fame through starring on The Only Way Is Essex, she is far more than what we know and love from our screens. As well as being a fantastic performer and driven business woman, Jess is also a soon to be Mum with her first little one on the way!

    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Jess and her mum Carol. Jess reflects on her childhood in Essex with her three siblings. Carol reveals how Jess was unhappy when attempting to pursue a career in business. They both reminisce on Jess’ early performing moments.
    09:45: Jess shares how she got approached to join the cast of TOWIE and what the Wright family thought about the first few episodes. Carol reflects on how she felt about her daughter becoming a reality TV star.
    15:00: Jess and Carol explain the hard times the Wright family have faced during the pandemic, including the tragic loss of a family member. Jess shares the challenges she faced whilst trying to plan her wedding through periods of lockdown. 
    19:30: Jess chats about how her first pregnancy is going and reveals that she is terrified. Jess opens up on her experience of freezing her embryo’s in fear of experiencing early menopause. 
    31:00: Jess and Carol reveal an insight into their style of parenting and how they manage their families expectations. 

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    • 34 min
    Rachel Stevens and her Mum Linda

    Rachel Stevens and her Mum Linda

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with Rachel Stevens and her mum Linda to talk about everything from her former popstar years, to navigating life as a mother.
    Rachel rose to fame in one of Britain's biggest pop groups, S Club 7. The band captured the hearts of millions with their hit singles Reach and Bring It All Back during the 90’s and 00’s and shaped Rachel into the woman she is today. Now, two decades on, Rachel is a mum to two daughters and is passing on her learnt experiences with her own loving mum Linda by her side. 

    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Rachel and Linda. Linda reflects on what Rachel was like as a child and her first moments dabbling in the showbiz industry. Rachel explains how she got the opportunity to be a part of S Club 7. 
    10:05: Rachel reflects on her first year in S Club 7 and the moment she realised the band were going to be a success. Linda shares how she felt as a mum watching her daughter rise to fame. Rachel opens up about the pressures she felt during S Club 7 and how this has stuck with her years later.
    21:05: Rachel shares how her experiences of being sexualised inspires her to teach her daughters about the importance of beauty inside and out. Rachel talks about S Club 7 splitting and what her solo career meant for her. 
    25:20: Rachel reveals how she married her childhood sweetheart and her experiences of motherhood.

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    • 32 min
    Fiona Wade and her Mum Teresita

    Fiona Wade and her Mum Teresita

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with actress Fiona Wade and her mum Teresita to talk about everything from how she got her big break in showbiz, to tragically losing her dad when she was just 24 years old. 
    Fiona is most well known for playing the role of Priya Sharma on Emmerdale, but this is only a small fraction of what makes Fiona who we know and love! Because Fiona is more than just an actress, two of her most important roles are being a wife to her newly wed hubby Simon and daughter to her Filipino Mum Tessie.

    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Fiona and her mum Teresita. Fiona reflects on her childhood growing up with a Filipino community in the UK. Teresita explains the challenges she faced when moving from the Philippines to the UK.
    09:00: Teresita shares her memories of Fiona wanting to be a performer as a child. Fiona reveals what her first big break as an actress was and Teresita tells us how she feels about watching her daughter on TV.
    14:20: Fiona chats about the moment that she met her now husband, Simon Cotton, on the set of Emmerdale and how their whirlwind romance played out before their wedding day. Fiona shares how she would love to have children with her husband Simon in the future.
    23:50: Fiona opens up about losing her Dad at 24 years old and how it shattered her world. Teresita reflects on the support that Fiona was to her during this time of loss and still now. 
    32:00: Fiona and Teresita reveal how honest their mother and daughter relationship is.

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    • 34 min
    Laura Hamilton and her Mum Lynn

    Laura Hamilton and her Mum Lynn

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with TV presenter  Laura Hamilton and her mum Lynn to talk about everything from motherhood, to living with a rare autoimmune disease. 
    Laura has been one of our all time favourite presenters on A Place In The Sun for over a decade now, she has also dabbled in reality TV shows like Dancing on Ice and even opened and managed her own restaurant. But arguably her most important role of all has been being a mum to her two kids Rocco and Talia.

    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Laura and her mum Lynn. Laura gets emotional about the challenges she faced during lockdown when her Grandad passed away. 
    05:30: Laura opens up about her experience of living with an autoimmune disease called ITP. Lynn talks about her own experience of living with rheumatoid arthritis as they both share their worries of Laura’s daughter being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in the future.
    19:00: Laura chats about how her career first started in showbiz and Lynn reveals her opinion on Laura turning down the opportunity to study at university.
    24:20: Laura talks about being a working mum and how it has impacted her parenting style. Plus, she shares how she’s selling her restaurant to spend more time with her children.
    31:30: Laura and Lynn reflect on Laura’s turbulent time at school, where she was bullied to the point where she remembers saying that she didn’t want to live anymore. Laura shares her recent experience of people trolling her and her family online. 
    41:40: Laura and Lynn share how they would manage a challenging scenario with their kids. 

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    • 46 min
    Liz Earle and her Daughter Lily

    Liz Earle and her Daughter Lily

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with wellbeing guru Liz Earle and her daughter Lily to talk about everything from building her skin care empire whilst being a mum to five, to honest discussions about what it was like to work with her daughter and walking away from her business in 2010. Liz is well known for her flawless skin and embracing wellness, but despite the career highs, Liz has also had her share of tough times, and she experienced every mum’s worst nightmare when Lily was diagnosed with a debilitating and chronic pain disorder...
    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Liz and her daughter Lily. Liz shares how her bond with Lily grew when they began working together. Lily reflects on her childhood, growing up with her mum being a well known name in the beauty industry. 
    08:20: Liz shares how she felt stepping away from the business after working on it for so many years whilst being a mum, plus she tells us the secret behind starting her wellbeing empire.
    16:45: Liz discusses the importance of talking about the menopause as looks back on her own menopause journey, which took a turn with her surprise pregnancy. 
    26:00: Lily opens up about how she went from peak health to being diagnosed with a debilitating and chronic pain disorder. Liz talks about how she supports her daughter with her symptoms which include chronic migraines. 
    41:00: Lily reveals a secret that she has kept from her mum for years.
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    • 44 min
    Jenny Powell and her Daughter Connie

    Jenny Powell and her Daughter Connie

    In this episode of Things I Told My Daughter podcast, Peta Todd meets with TV presenting legend Jenny Powell and her daughter Connie to talk about everything from being a single Mum whilst juggling her career in the public eye, to her honest opinion on reality stars and how she navigated co-parenting.
    Jenny has been a formative face on our TV screens for many successful years now, with career highlights spanning from Top of The Pops to being the glamorous assistant on The Wheel of Fortune. Arguably her most important role of all has been being a Mum to her two daughters Polly-Anna and Connie, who have been her rock throughout turbulent times...

    Timestamps:
    00:00: Peta introduces Jenny and her daughter Connie, and Jenny opens up about how she felt when Connie left the nest to study at University, and concerns she had about the age gap between her two daughters.
    11:00: Connie reflects on her childhood, growing up with a famous mum and experiencing the world of showbiz. Jenny chats about how she juggled being in the limelight with motherhood.
    23:10: Jenny shares her thoughts on young people and being influenced by reality stars from the likes of Love Island, Made In Chelsea and The Only Way Is Essex.
    27:00: Jenny talks about her experience of co-parenting with her ex husband, and the special bond she and Connie share as a result of Jenny being a single Mum.
    32:00: Connie reveals how she feels about having step-siblings. 

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    • 40 min

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