It's hard to believe that This Morning has been running for over 30 years.
The ITV daytime show is still making headlines all these years later thanks to its hard-hitting (and sometimes bizarre) interviews, the chemistry (and sometimes drama) between its cast and the memorable moments that we can all recall after all this time.
While Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield currently present the show, This Morning has had a string of presenters helping us start our days.
From Fern Britton to Richard and Judy, some of the biggest names in TV have fronted the show.
But what happened to them after This Morning?
Richard and Judy
Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan were the first ever presenters of This Morning.
The married couple hosted the first episode back in 1988 from its original studio on Liverpool's Albert Dock.
They made the show a huge success but quit in 2001 after 13 years on those famous sofas.
They then hosted their Channel 4 show Richard & Judy from 2001 until 2008.
After that they moved on to a primetime chat show called Richard and Judy's New Position, which was axed after just a few months due to low ratings.
They continue to run their Richard and Judy Book Club, which was launched on This Morning.
Richard and Judy have also made several appearances on This Morning in recent years.
Caron Keating and Ross Kelly
Caron and Ross started presenting the show on Fridays from 1998 when Richard and Judy stopped hosting five days a week.
In 1997, Caron, the daughter of TV presenter Gloria Hunniford, was diagnosed with breast cancer.
She tried a range of conventional and alternative treatments to try and beat the disease.
But tragically, she died at the age of just 41 at her mum's house in Kent.
Ross would continuing working with GMTV during his time on This Morning.
He later hosted The Heaven and Earth Show and Scottish gameshow Burn Your Bills.
John Leslie and Fern Britton
In series 11, John and Fern took over This Morning.
Leslie had presented Blue Peter and Wheel of Fortune.
In 2002 Leslie was replaced by Phillip Schofield.
He was mistakenly identified as the anonymous man Ulrika Jonsson accused of raping her in her book.
Then in June 2013 he was charged with indecently assaulting a woman twice between 25 and 28 May 1997.
The case against him was dropped in July that year.
In November 2012, Leslie began to present Friday's Drivetime show on 98.8 Castle FM, but quit just a few months later.
He began hosting his own radio show in Scotland in 2014.
Last year John was found not guilty of groping a woman's breasts at a party in 2008.
A woman had accused Leslie of groping her breasts at a party at a bar in London's West End in 2008, but he was cleared of the sexual assault charge at Southwark Crown Court in October.
After the trial ended he said he was focusing on "putting his family back together".
Fern Britton and Phillip Schofield
Fern began hosting the show with Phil in 2003 and stayed in the job until 2009, when she was replaced by Holly Willoughby.
The duo were known for having a close and fun relationship, which proved to be popular with viewers.
But she handed in her notice less than half way through her two year £1.5million contract, amid rumours of a feud with Phil.
It was also reported that she had discovered she was paid £250,000 a year less than Phil, whose salary had soared during his time on the programme.
He also reportedly earned three times her salary while they were presenting Mr & Mrs together - his £45,000 per hour to her £15,000.
In 2013, Phil revealed that he and Fern no longer spoke and hinted at a rift between them, telling Heat magazine: "No, not really. We were involved in the show and mates at the time, but we don't really...
"I see Phil [Fern's husband, chef Phil Vickery] when he's in 'This Morning'... But we're not in touch now."
Fern claimed she hadn't been invited to celebrate This Morning's BAFTA ceremony, but Phil insisted she had been asked.
In his autobiography, which was released last year, Phil said Fern didn't contact him when he came out as gay, but she did text his wife Stephanie Lowe.
After leaving This Morning, Fern landed her own Channel 4 chat show and appeared on Strictly Come Dancing.
Her marriage to Phil Vickery sadly ended last year.
She is now best known as a novelist and has written several bestselling books based in Cornwall, where she lives.
Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes
Ruth joined This Morning in 2000 as a guest presenter and in 2006 her husband Eamonn began to host the show with her every Friday.
She is officially the show's longest-serving presenter after two decades on This Morning.
But last year The Mirror revealed that the couple had been dropped from their Friday slot, and have now been replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.
They now only host This Morning during the school holidays and won't be back until Easter.
Ruth continues to present Loose Women, which she joined in 1999.
Eamonn presented Sky News Sunrise for eleven years between 2005 and 2016.
Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield
Holly joined Phil on the sofas in 2009.
Their close friendship has made them a hit with viewers and they've now been presenting together for over a decade.
She has also hosted The Voice, a revamped version of Surprise Surprise and appeared as a team caption on Celebrity Juice from 2008 until 2020.
Along with Phil, she also hosts Dancing On Ice.
Phil and Holly are real life best friends off camera and even go on holidays together with their families.
She held his hand when he came out as gay live on air last year.