Mistakes, regret and how the Queen learnt being a mother is the job that matters most | UPDATED: 07:51 GMT, 23 November 2012 There was a meeting of minds at Buckingham Palace this week as Kate Winslet stepped up to receive her CBE.
She's dropped four dress sizes on Strictly and won an army of fans.
Mother of three, 32, wakes from a coma thinking it's 1998 and she's still only a teenagerSarah Thomson had no memory of her husband or three childrenBelieved the Spice Girls were in the charts and Michael Jackson was aliveShe has now fallen back in love with her husband | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 26 September 2012 Quite a few 30-somethings have wished they could turn back the clock and be a teenager again.
Pupils as young as 14 have breastfeeding lessons using puppets and knitted breasts Scheme to teach teenagers the benefits of breastfeedingFamily campaigners say students are “too young” to receive such lessons
Baby brain New mums have a BETTER memory: Study finds ability to remember information is greater than childless women | UPDATED: 22:15 GMT, 5 August 2012 Suddenly becoming scatty and forgetful has long been seen as part and parcel of becoming a mother.
Is this the future for career women Top surgeon recommends ovarian grafts to delay motherhood Women could wait until they were 47 before starting a family, says fertility expert | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 4 July 2012 Women could delay having babies and the menopause with an ovary transplant, according to the surgeon who carried out the first such operation.
Now women can delay motherhood by freezing their ovaries and having them re-implanted years later | UPDATED: 22:57 GMT, 15 April 2012 British women are to be given the chance of delaying motherhood by freezing parts of their ovaries.
'Women will have so much choice about when to have children': Scientists can stop menopause with ovary transplantsTransplanted ovaries effective for at least seven yearsBritish women could soon choose to freeze ovaries | UPDATED: 16:49 GMT, 25 March 2012 Women may soon be able to forgo the menopause after scientists hailed a major breakthrough in the success of transplanted ovaries.
Women who delay first baby until they've established career 'more vulnerable to postnatal depression' Older mothers struggle as they 'are more used to being in control' | UPDATED: 12:37 GMT, 20 March 2012 'Feeling like a failure': Ms Haga said older mothers may have higher expectations of themselves Women who wait to have a baby until after they have established their career are more likely to suffer from post-natal depression, scientists say.
New IVF method gives 40% more chance of success: Lab mimics conditions in the womb Delicate work: Fertility experts have increased the odds of a woman getting pregnant through IVF by as much as 40 per cent Doctors have dramatically increased the success of IVF by creating laboratories which mimic conditions found inside the womb.