Gi speaks to the actress Mia McKenna-Bruce - star of the new coming-of-age film How To Have Sex - on mum guilt, navigating a difficult birth and rocking the red carpet pregnant.
Gi speaks to the actress Mia McKenna-Bruce - star of the new coming-of-age film How To Have Sex - on mum guilt, navigating a difficult birth and rocking the red carpet pregnant.
TV Presenter and Professional Dancer Oti Mabuse shares how the world of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit became her new reality when she gave birth to her daughter prematurely last year.
What is the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit? And what can you expect if your baby is taken in? On this month's Parenting SOS, Gi meets the clinical psychologist Dr Frankie Harrison, to drill down on the facts of NICU and what parents can do to make this experience less scary.
This week is Parent Mental Health Day, and to mark the occasion we explore the ways you can protect your mental well-being throughout parenthood. Gi speaks to NSPCC Local Campaigns Manager Emma Motherwell and actor T'Nia Miller, a campaigns ambassador at the NSPCC, to find out how the charity is supporting mums and dads.
It's Christmas! and to celebrate, Gi is joined by Mike and Alison Battle aka Mr and Mrs Lapland. Mike and Alison have set up the UK's biggest Christmas wonderland and they join Gi to discuss the magic of Christmas.
Harry is the drummer in McFly and Izzy is an author and mindfulness practitioner. The Judd's have 3 children, Lola, Kit and Lockie. The couple discuss the different journeys they've been on with their children's births including Izzy's journey with IVF.
This week Gi is joined by TV presenter and Heart FM DJ Zoe Hardman. Zoe discusses being step mum to Isla and mum to Kit and Luna and also opens up about her journey with early menopause.
Gi is joined by Josh Patterson, former "Made in Chelsea" star and now an ultra-endurance athlete and mental health advocate. In this episode, he candidly discusses the ups and downs of his journey, from his days in the spotlight to becoming a dad.
As a mum of four, Coleen gives us a peek into her life, opening up about the ups and downs of being in the spotlight and how her upbringing influences her parenting style.
Now engaged and a mum to little Alba, Reality TV Star Charlotte gets real about her life and motherhood journey. She opens up about her tough experience with an ectopic pregnancy and how it changed her outlook on life and being a mum.
Louisa's world took a turn when she stepped into the journey of pregnancy and motherhood, all while keeping up with her bustling acting career. Juggling these roles wasn't without its challenges, and the pressure of her job only added to the mix.
Gi is joined by Nekoda Smythe-Davis, a powerhouse in judo. In this episode, Nekoda shares her decision on why she returned to the sport following an injury and the birth of her daughter, her adaptation to motherhood alongside intense training, and her newfound vulnerability to criticism during competitions.
Gi welcomes back Montana Brown, who recently embraced motherhood with the birth of her son, Jude Isaiah O'Connor. Just over three months postpartum, Montana delves into the highs and lows of motherhood, touching on challenges like breastfeeding and societal pressures surrounding child milestones.
This week Gi is joined by a true pop culture icon and literary star. She's a force as a Spice Girl and now, a New York Times bestselling author, Geri opens up about the wonders and challenges of motherhood. From lessons on the Titanic and tractors (all thanks to her son’s unique curiosities) to the pivotal importance of being wholly present for your children.
Gi is joined by Chloe Madeley, fitness expert and daughter of beloved British TV duo Richard and Judy, for a conversation about her journey into motherhood. Chloe opens up about the overwhelming love she has for her baby, Bodhi, and how becoming a mum has wonderfully turned her life upside down.
The Kabs family are one of social media's most cherished families, celebrated for their musical videos that feature the whole family. Mother Chan and Father Tay sit down with Gi to discuss their journey from teenage parenthood to raising a family of 3 kids. They delve into the many challenges they've faced, from sleepless nights to giving birth and body image.
Scarlett opens up about her journey into motherhood. From the challenges of premature birth and hospital stays to the joys of bonding through breastfeeding and watching baby Jude grow. Scarlett's experiences are a testament to the complexities and joys of being a new mum.
Gi is joined by Hannah Mills OBE. Not only is she the most celebrated female sailor in the Olympics, but Sir Ben Ainslie, the British skipper, also calls her a 'once in a generation talent.' But there's more to Mills than just her sailing accolades; she's recently stepped into a new chapter- as a mum to her baby daughter, Sienna.
In this episode, Kamille has an open discussion about her career and the rewarding journey of motherhood. The conversation highlights her newfound resilience and assertiveness, which is complemented by a zero-tolerance attitude towards stressors that don't merit their time or energy.
This week Giovanna is joined by actress and model well known for her role in Hollyoaks, Jorgie Porter. Jorgie lays bare her transformative journey into motherhood, embodying the whirlwind of emotions and unique experiences that come with this new chapter in life.
Gi is joined by Ashley James – a model, DJ, and fellow mum. Ashley opens up about her own experiences as a mother, the pressures she felt from society, and her own self-doubts.
Gi is joined by Lliana Bird, a mum of two and co-founder of Choose Love, who's also a recognisable voice on the radio. Lliana delves into her radio career and shares why she took a break after becoming a mother. Together, they discuss the challenges of juggling a professional career, personal aspirations, and the day-to-day duties of parenthood.
Gi is joined by Towie star Lydia Bright to discuss pregnancy, birth and co-parenting her 3 year old daughter, Loretta.
Sophie is a comedian, best selling author and mother of three and she joins Gi to talk about her experiences with birth, C-sections and miscarriage.
England’s esteemed left-back footballer, Demi opens up about her and her partner Katie's path to becoming parents, sharing their real-life experiences with IVF, preeclampsia, surrogacy, and handling racism
James is best known for his role as Jay in The Inbetweeners and Clair is a model and actress. The Buckleys have 2 sons, Harrison and Jude (named after their mutual love of The Beatles).
Gi caught up with Love Island Star and businesswoman Montana Brown just a few weeks before she gave birth to her first child.
Gi chats with Suzy Reading, a respected psychologist, author, and yoga teacher, about emotional health for parents and children.
Gi chats with Dr Rebecca Moore, a perinatal psychiatrist, on the nature and impact of birth trauma, exploring its emotional effects, the potential for PTSD, and long-term consequences.
Gi chats with Lilly Pebbles and her husband, Rich, delving into Rich's personal journey with paternal mental health and his struggles with health anxiety.
Gi chats with Elliott Rae. Elliott Rae is a recognised advocate for diversity, equality, and inclusion, a prominent speaker on fatherhood, masculinity, and men's mental health.
Katherine gets to the nitty-gritty of hypnobirthing, offering fascinating insights into how this approach can truly transform the childbirth experience.
Gi chats with Kate Moyle, a psychosexual and relationship therapist who specialises in helping people struggling with their sex lives and sexuality.
Gi chats with Dr Orinayo Onabanjo, a seasoned counselling psychologist, to discuss perinatal anxiety, a condition affecting about 20% of women during pregnancy and postpartum.
Gi chats with Amanda Jenner, the UK's Toilet Training Expert, diving into the complicated and often challenging process of potty training.
Gi chats with Zoe Clark-Coates, co-founder of The Mariposa Trust, about the complex topic of baby loss, miscarriage, and grief.
Gi chats with Samantha Woodham, a seasoned family law barrister who knows the ins and outs of divorce and co-parenting.
Gi & Gemma (@moneymumofficial) discuss how parents can tackle the cost of living crisis and make every penny count.
New mum and old friend, Jess Wright joins Giovanna Fletcher to discuss the birth of her baby boy Presley.
This week Giovanna is joined by presenter, podcaster and mum of three, Gabby Logan.
On this week's Happy Mum Happy Baby, Gi is joined by Sophie Hinchliffe. Sophie is a mum of two and after finding fame as an influencer obsessed with cleaning, she has become a Sunday Times best selling author and has just released her first Children's book, 'Welcome to Hinch Farm'.
TV's favourite sisters, Sam and Billie join Giovanna Fletcher to chat Mummy Diaries, birthing stories and how three can be a handful!
New mum and old friend, Jess Wright joins Giovanna Fletcher to discuss the birth of her baby boy Presley.
For the first episode of the new season, Giovanna is joined by her good friend Matt Willis to discuss, fatherhood, addiction and dealing with teenagers!
In the second of our bonus episodes to celebrate the launch of Giovanna Fletcher: Made In Italy on ITV, Gi is joined by her sister, Giorgina and brother, Mario as they reminisce on growing up together and the parenting lessons they have learned from each other!
In this special bonus episode to celebrate the launch of 'Giovanna Fletcher: Made In Italy' on ITV, Gi talks parenting with her dad, Big Mario Falcone!
For the final episode in the current series, Gi is joined by Italian chef and TV personality, Gino D'Acampo to discuss his approach to parenting his 3 children.
Gi is joined on this week's episode by model Emma and business entrepreneur, Ollie to discuss the birth of their baby daughter, Bonnie.
Actress Jo Joyner discusses her journey with IVF and life with her twins Edie and Freddie.
YouTubers and entrepreneurs Zoe Sugg (founder of Zoella) and Alfie Deyes discuss life with their first baby, Ottilie.
Giovanna's guest this week is actress, model, TV panelist - wife to Robbie Williams and mum of four, Ayda Williams.
Giovanna's guest on this episode is writer and journalist, Freddy McConnell. Freddy is a queer transgender man and solo dad of two.
This week Gi is joined by radio presenter and DadPod host, Dave Berry.
Rapper & broadcaster, Casyo ‘Krept’ Johnson and health & beauty influencer, Sasha Ellese join Gi to discuss co-parenting and co-founding their own baby care brand - Nala's Baby.
This week, Giovanna is joined by The Only Way Is Essex's, Georgia Kousoulou, wife to Tommy and mum to Brody.
This episode contains real and difficult conversations around death, please only listen if it feels safe for you. For the first episode in the new season, Giovanna is joined by her good friend Kelsey Parker, who sadly lost her husband Tom to a brain tumour earlier this year after their second child was born. Gi discusses life and motherhood after Tom.
Gi is back and talking 'sleep' with holistic sleeping coach and Founder of Sleeping Bunnies Anna Knight. The pair discuss why our babies sometimes struggle to nod off, how to remedy that, sleeping tips for parents and answer your listener questions.
This week on 'Asking For A Friend' Gi is joined by registered nutritionist and best selling author Charlotte Stirling-Reed to talk about everything weaning! The pair discuss everything around eating habits, when to introduce foods and they answer your listener questions.
In this episode of 'Asking For A Friend', Gi begins to better understand postnatal depression with writer, TV presenter and NHS GP Dr Punam Krishan. The two discuss everything from normalising conversations around depression and how to cope with these feelings. Dr Punam is medically trained in this area, but she also suffered from postnatal depression and opens up about her experiences.
In this episode of 'Asking For A Friend' Gi dives into pre and postnatal health with fitness expert and public speaker Shakira Akabusi. The pair discuss everything from exercise to breastfeeding, recovery times to staying fit during pregnancy.
This week on Asking For A Friend, Gi is joined by End-of-Life Doula, Anna Lyons and progressive funeral director, Louise Winter to discuss how to navigate difficult conversations around death and illness.
This week on 'Asking For A Friend', Gi discusses Vulnerability with author of 'But Why?', Clemmie Telford. From answering difficult questions from kids to having an open conversation with yourself, Gi and Clemmie talk about feeling lost and when to ask for help.
This week on 'Asking For A Friend' Gi discusses Pelvic Floor Health with founder of Pevic Roar and author of 'Why Did No One Tell Me?, Emma Brockwell. With tips on how to keep your pelvic floor healthy and your questions answered on everything from excercising when pregnant to urinary incontinence.
In this episode of 'Asking For A Friend' Gi is joined by illustrator, mum and author of 'You Are Positively Awesome', Stacie Swift. The pair discuss everything around parental mental health, practising self love and answer your listener questions around wellbeing.
In our very first Asking For A Friend episode, Gi is joined by Dr Megan Rossi, a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with a PhD in gut health to discuss how the microbes in your stomach can impact the physical and mental health of mother and child.
Gi meets the Olympic champ and newly-formed knitter for a natter on all things fatherhood - talking openly and lovingly about his and Lance’s surrogacy journey, the challenges they faced, and why they chose the route they did.
Joining Gi is Marvyn from Dope Black Dads, an organisation that provides a safe space for fathers who wish to discuss their experiences of being black, a parent and masculinity in the modern world.
Meet James. DIY lover, gardener and an advocate for LGBTQ+ parenting and adoptive families.
On this week’s episode, Gi has a good ol’ natter with Dr Chatterjee. A doctor, author, host of Feel Better, Live More and a father of two, he understands the pressures of daily life.
Covering learnt behaviours from our parents, and helping to make your children feel heard, to applying his 5 Minute strategy to parenting, there’s SO many insightful takeaways from this episode
This episode contains some difficult themes including a discussion around miscarriage. Blogger and campaigner Not a Fictional Mum fights for equality and acceptance for all families. In 2019 she became a full-time mother to a son who just happens to be adopted. Gi hears about her experiences of IVF and adoption and learns why campaigning is so important to her.
BAFTA winner, author and former Children’s Laureate Malorie Blackman OBE is on the podcast! She speaks to Gi about her experience of miscarriage and raising her daughter who’s now in her 20s.
Today Gi chats to co-founder and managing director of Musicalize and father of five Ben Anderson (AKA The Diary of a Dad.) Together they explore everything he’s learnt since becoming a dad- from placentas being delivered to the power of communication. Ben also talks about the very difficult experience of his twins being born at 21 weeks and passing away shortly after birth.
Gi is joined by former Big Brother housemate, host of podcast Maybe Baby, and drive-time presenter on Virgin Radio, Kate Lawler. Kate speaks about how turning 40 sparked a desire to have a child. After her baby Noa was born, Kate battled with feelings of resentment, frustration and loneliness that eventually turned into joy. As well as raising awareness of mental health struggles woman can face after giving birth, Kate's now focusing on spending time with her baby.
Today Gi chats to Laura Jackson- presenter, columnist and CEO of online market Glassette about the joys of being a mum!
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Gi’s guest today is actress, comedian, author of ‘My Child and Other Mistakes’ and mother of one Ellie Jane Taylor. They chat about Ellie not feeling maternal before deciding to have a child but how she now believes her baby has opened her heart and made her a nicer person.
Comedian Josh Widdicombe is Gi’s first guest of the new series! They have a giggle about the joys of family life; explore why Josh decided to start his chart-topping parenting podcast and discuss how he juggles late-night gigs with being a dad.
Annie Mac, or Annie Macmanus, is on the show! Author, presenter and DJ chats to Gi about juggling loud late nights with being a mum, taking the decision to leave Radio 1 after 17 years and finally getting to put her kids to bed.
Please note this episode contains conversation about miscarriage. Father of two and pop star in Steps, Ian ‘H’ Watkins is today’s guest. Gi hears about H’s experience of surrogacy, taking his kids on tour with Steps and making the most of his platform to fly the flag for people in the LGBTQ+ community.
This episode contains discussion around miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy. If you’d prefer, please choose another episode.
Gi is joined by actress, chef and presenter Lisa Faulkner. They speak about Lisa's experience of IVF, deciding to adopt her daughter and her family’s love of a roast dinner.
Please note this episode discusses difficult topics such as baby loss. Gi is joined by ex-Coventry City player turned reality star Ashley Cain and partner aesthetic practitioner Safiyya Vorajee. The couple’s baby Azaylia died at eight months old after fighting a rare form of cancer called acute myeloid leukaemia. We’ve split the episode into two parts because Gi wanted you to hear as much of their story as possible.
Gi catches up with friend from ‘I’m a Celebrity’, presenter and father of two, Vernon Kay. Vernon chats about being a dad to two girls, from getting excited about his daughter’s first music festival and turning into his own father.
Please note, this episode contains conversation about sensitive topics, including depression and suicidal thoughts. If you feel uncomfortable with these subjects, please pick a different episode. Today Gi is chatting to blogger Harps Kaur. They discuss Harps’ experiences of post-natal depression after giving birth to her son Arjun and the impact of her son Saajan’s surprise Down's Syndrome diagnosis. In Harps’ blog ‘Baby Brain Memoirs,’ she writes about everything from the highs and lows of motherhood to travel adventures to party planning!
In this episode, Gi meets writer and journalist Alexandra Heminsley. Gi hears about Alexandra’s experience of IVF, how a huge error in a test result affected her during pregnancy, and how she came to terms with the fact her then-husband was going to transition.
Gi meets a couple The Guardian have named “The UK’s most influential LGBT Power Couple.” Captain Hannah Graf MBE is an Officer of the British Army serving with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. In 2013 she came out as a transgender woman and became one of the highest-ranking transgender soldiers within the British Army. Jake Graf is an award-winning director, writer and actor known for his roles in ’The Danish Girl' and ‘Colette’', ’. After meeting in 2015, last year they welcomed their first child into the world.
From Woman’s Hour to Newsnight, today’s guest is broadcaster, journalist and writer Emma Barnett. Gi hears about Emma’s struggles with endometriosis, her IVF journey and learns how she was keen to retain her sense of self after giving birth to her son.
In this episode, Gi chats with sports pundit, TV presenter and Paralympic medallist Ade Adepitan and his wife, singer Linda Harrison.
To kick off the new series, Gi is joined by Greg Rutherford, MBE, former track and field athlete who specialised in long jump. He represented Great Britain at the Olympics, World and European Championships, and England at the Commonwealth Games. He’s also Masterchef Celebrity champion for 2019 and is planning to compete in the GB bobsleigh team at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing! Greg is a father of three and in this episode he shares his experience of supporting his partner through severe hyperemesis.
Wellness, fashion and former Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh joins Gi this week to reflect on her first year as a mother. They discuss emotional wellbeing, reflux, cracked nipples and dealing with her baby's hip dysplasia diagnosis.
This week's episode is with Africa Daley-Clarke AKA, The Vitamin D Project. Africa is an Interior Stylist and mother of three.
This week Gi meets with long-time friends, actors Tom and Laura Hopper. They share their story of becoming parents and how they've dealt with their son's recent autism diagnosis.
Cancer, surrogacy and miracles that come in threes... Kreena Dhiman (of The Intended Parent podcast) shares the unique and hugely inspirational story of how she became a mother to four children.
Journalist and TV presenter Steph McGovern joins Gi to talk about how she's juggled motherhood with her career – plus thoughts on Irish dancing and projectile watermelon!
Actress and mum of three, Jennifer Garner joins Gi to share her story of motherhood – and explains how her new film Yes Day is all about letting kids make the rules.
This week Gi is joined by dancer and mum Chloe Gill alongside popstar husband JB Gill, from JLS. This episode contains discussions around difficult births and postpartum recovery – and may not be suitable for all listeners.
Gi is joined by presenter, podcaster and mum of two, Edith Bowman.
This week Gi is joined by presenter, politician and eleven time Paralympic gold medalist, Tanni Grey-Thompson.
Gi is back for season 7 with TV legends Richard and Judy!
In this special bonus edition of Happy Mum Happy Baby, Gi is joined by @mothers2mothers Mentor, Nozi Samela. Nozi discusses how the organisation helped guide her through an HIV - positive diagnosis at 19 years old, when she was 6 months pregnant.
In the final episode of the series, Giovanna is joined by Samantha Cameron.
Gi is joined by fellow Baby Club presenter and Dadvenger, Nigel Clarke.
Actress, comedian and mum of three, Sally Phillips is Giovanna's guest this week.
Author Liv Thorne AKA Liv's Alone joins Giovanna to share her journey with sperm donation.
Joe Wicks returns to the podcast to discuss baby number two and becoming the nations lockdown PE teacher.
Giovanna is joined by midwife, mum and hypnobirthing teacher, Illy Morrison to discuss motherhood, birth rights, birth trauma and racial inequality in childbirth
Lifestyle vlogger, Sunday Times bestseller and mum Lily Pebbles is this week's guest.
This week's Happy Mum is Baby Spice AKA Emma Bunton!
Gi is joined by presenter, writer and mother of two, Dawn O'Porter.
Gi is joined by award winning solo artist Paloma Faith.
This week Gi is joined by Endy McKay, Natalie Duvall and Carina White from Dope Black Mums.
We're back for season 6 and to kick things off Gi is joined by celebrated children's author and the 2019 Children's Laureate, Cressida Cowell to discuss how raising a child is not too different from training a dragon!
Singer, author and everyone's favourite judge, Alesha Dixon joins Gi for the final episode of the series to discuss being a mum to Azura and Anaya.
In this bonus edition, Gi is joined by the Founder and CEO of Peanut, MIchelle Kennedy.
This week Gi is joined by author, journalist, mum, grandma and Bake Off judge, Prue Leith.
Gi is joined by chart topping Roxanne Hoyle AKA LadBabyMum.
Ferne joins Gi to discuss life with her daughter, Sunday Skye, being a mum in the public eye and prolapse.
Giovanna is joined by author, poet and illustrator, Laura Dockrill who shares her personal story of postpartum psychosis after the birth of her first child.
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains explicit discussion surrounding issues including depression, postpartum psychosis and suicidal thoughts. This may prove a difficult listen for some and if you feel that listening may affect you negatively then please choose another episode.
Lorraine Kelly OBE joins Giovanna this week to discuss how she managed motherhood and those early mornings!
Gi is joined by comedian Isma Almas who shares her incredible story of being a gay Pakistani woman going through the process of adoption.
Kate Ferdinand joins Gi to discuss the realities of becoming a step-family.
Giovanna is joined by Mother Pukka founder Anna Whitehouse.
Gi kicks off Series 5 with the gorgeous singer-songwriter, podcaster and mother, Jessie Ware!
In this special bonus episode, Gi is joined by Kaytee Jones AKA thenursemum. In 2017, Kaytee, a student nurse gave birth to Jaxon who was born with a life-threatening heart condition, multiple co-morbidities and several syndromes. Kaytee has been documenting her life with Jaxon on her blog thenursemum.
In this bonus edition of the podcast, Giovanna is joined by Shaun T of Insanity fame.
Gi is joined by singer, songwriter and mother, Katherine Jenkins!
On this week's Happy Mum Happy Baby, Gi is joined by TV personality and founder of the baby skin-care brand Fifi & Friends, Tamara Ecclestone.
Blogger, author and Kidscape ambassador Rachaele AKA Part-Time Working Mummy joins Gi this week.
Gi is joined by author, broadcaster, journalist and mum of 2 - Caitlin Moran.
This week, Giovanna is joined by the Queen of Wellbeing and mum of five, Liz Earle.
Giovanna is joined by beauty expert and mum of four, Caroline Hirons.
Gi is joined by Arlene and her daughter Alana AND newborn baby Lila - our first baby on the podcast!!
Stars of 'Sh**ged. Married.Annoyed', Chris and Rosie join Gi to discuss raising their son Robin and how they coped with miscarriage.
Jeff Brazier joins Giovanna this week to discuss his journey as father to sons Bobby and Freddie ; ten years on from the tragic passing of their mum, Jade Goody.
Giovanna is joined in the studio by food writer, journalist and food poverty activist Jack Monroe. Jack shares her personal journey of raising her own child against a backdrop of financial hardship and how she now works to help and inspire other families who are struggling to keep their families fed.
Its the end of Series 3 and Emma Willis is back on the podcast to discuss her training as a midwife for her new TV documentary.
In Baby Loss Awareness Week, Giovanna is joined by Amanda Holden to share her personal story. For more information and to help raise awareness visit https://babyloss-awareness.org
Sisters Sam and Nic Chapman AKA Pixiwoo join Giovanna to discuss their difficult childhood and how its impacted their own parenting journeys.
Gi is joined by Simon Hooper AKA Father Of Daughters to hear what life is like living in a house full of girls!
This week Gi is joined by former Miss England and fellow McFly mum, Georgia Jones.
GI is joined by new dad, Joe Wicks AKA The Body Coach to discuss his first few weeks of Fatherhood.
'Mummy Blogger' and founder of Make Motherhood diverse, Candice Braithwaite joins Giovanna.
This week Gi is joined by Deborah James aka @Bowelbabe and CoppaFeell! Boobette, Tracie Gledhill to discuss motherhood and living with cancer.
Motherhood, beauty and lifestyle star, Louise Pentland AKA Sprinkle of Glitter joins Gi to discuss life with her little ones, Darcy and Pearl.
Gi kicks off season 3 with father, presenter and Strictly winner, Ore Oduba. hey discuss dad guilt, bonding and nappy changing!
In this special bonus episode of the podcast, Gi is joined by Play expert Amanda Gummer, Vlogger Charlotte Taylor and Let Toys Be Toys campaigner Jess Day to explore the importance of letting kids be kids through play.
Gi is joined by Jo Malone MBE, Founder of Jo Loves to discuss overcoming sickness pre and post birth, building a business empire whilst building a family and being a mum to a teenage boy.
Giovanna is joined by new mum, TV and radio host, Angela Scanlon to discuss the first few weeks of life with her daughter, Ruby.
This week's guest is parenting, lifestyle and fashion blogger, Susie Verrill. Gi and Susie discuss being mums to boys and mums supporting eachother on social media.
The One Show's Alex Jones joins Gi this week to chat breastfeeding, baby groups and going back to work.
Mother, producer, broadcaster and RedNoseDay director, Emma Freud joins GI this week to talk about being a mum of four, being entertained by teenagers and juggling work and motherhood.
This week, Gi is joined by actress, singer, songwriter and Girls Aloud member, Kimberly Walsh. Gi and Kimberly discuss body image, breastfeeding and their boisterous play dates!
This week on the podcast, Gi speaks about baby loss with Elle Wright and Michelle Cottle. MIchelle and Elle share their experiences and thoughts on life, pregnancy and parenting after loss on their brilliant blogs Feathering The Empty nest and Dear Orla and talk to Gi about how to navigate life when the plan doesn't go to plan.
This week, Gi is joined by Ant Middleton - ex-elite forces operator, adventurer and father of five. The SAS: Who Dares Wins instructor discusses leaving his family for long periods of time, almost missing the birth of his son and finally letting his emotions in.
Season 2 kicks off with the lovely Davina McCall who joins Gi to talk birthing experiences, body image, mum guilt and how she juggles being one of the Uk's best loved TV presenters alongside being a mum.