Lorraine Kelly & Daughter Rosie On The Importance Of Breaking the Menopause Taboo | Loose Women

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Lorraine Kelly and her daughter, Rosie, joined us to mark ‘World Menopause Day’ and share their support for our Menopause Manifesto. They will be revealing why they think it’s important for more women to be open with their family about the menopause as well as telling us about their close relationship, and what it’s really like working together.

From series 25, broadcast on 18/10/2021

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