Mother-Daughter Duo Kay Mellor and Gaynor Faye Reveal What It Is Like Working Together | Loose Women

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Subscribe now for more! Former Emmerdale star Gaynor Faye has teamed up with her TV writer mother Kay Mellor on Band of Gold, a new stage adaption of the hit 90’s series. In their first joint appearance on Loose Women, the duo will be discussing their new project and reveal what it’s like working together as mother and daughter. From series 24, broadcast on 07/01/20

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The 3,000th episode of Loose Women was broadcast on 15 May 2018.

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