star stopped by the ITV studios to reminisce about her time as regular presenter on the show back in 2003.
Read: All the Latest TV news But while chatting about her memories of the programme, the mum-of-four dropped a massive bombshell about one particular day over ten years ago.
These days, we can get together so easily and regularly.
Vogue gets on with them so well and watching them turn into adults is brilliant.
Although it was a whirlwind romance, it was just so right from the beginning, so we knew it would work." There was no such certainty when 10 years ago he left Westlife, originally signed by Simon Cowell and managed by Louis Walsh, on the eve of its fourth world tour and emigrated to Australia.
I could just walk about unrecognised and start from scratch, and you don't have that media scrutiny that you have here," he says. One minute, I was a naive teenager serving burgers in Mc Donald's and two days later, I was in a music studio and signing a record deal.
It was incredible, amazing, but during the seven years in the band, we worked 365 days a year, living on planes, in hotels and out of suitcases, and never being in the same country for two days.
As a teenager, he shot to fame in one of the biggest-ever boy bands, Westlife, was married with two children by his early twenties, and then sensationally threw it all away to move to the other side of the world, leaving fame and family behind him.
Today it's hard to equate the image of the man once dubbed the band's 'bad boy' by the media - who had a turbulent marriage to pop star, Atomic Kitten's Kerry Katona - with the affable 34-year-old Irishman with a dry sense of humour whose life seems to have regained its harmony.
I love it that they are smarter than me about so many things, especially computers.