The Ladies Share Their Stories Of When They Had To Be A ‘Nurse’ For Their Partners | Loose Women

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Are our women more Mother Teresa or Nurse Ratched when it comes to looking after their loved ones? Denise and Sunetra have the same struggles, but Carol has a more no nonsense approach.

From series 26, broadcast on 05/08/22

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