Coronation Street’s Colson Smith On Tackling Premature Menopause Storyline | This Morning

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Since the beginning of the year This Morning has been on a mission to support the millions of women in the UK that are experiencing debilitating symptoms from the menopause. And another show that is raising awareness of the topic is Coronation Street, where viewers have watched 20-year-old Faye Windass come to terms with her premature menopause diagnosis. Today, her on-screen boyfriend Colson Smith joins us to share the importance of highlighting the taboo topic, before discussing his exciting podcast and taking part in ITV’s The Games.

Broadcast on 17/08/22

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