The star also says she was adamant about not digitally altering her body for a recent sex scene.
The marketing executive vanished as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on 3 March.
The morning host says she's loved being on the show for almost 20 years.
Foreign holidays are possible, but travellers must follow strict rules on their return.
The vaccine is being offered to over-18s in Wales and Northern Ireland, over-25s in England and over-30s in Scotland.
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown recollects taking the national team to their last World Cup in France 23 years ago.
Debbie Hewitt is set to become the first female chair of the Football Association after being nominated to replace Greg Clarke.
No-shows are a scourge of the hospitality industry, but proprietors are fighting back.
Former Wales captain and BBC Sport columnist Ashley Williams explains his belief that a fearless Wales side can write their own Euros success story at this summer's tournament.
Holidaymakers are left frustrated and out of pocket as they dash back to the UK to avoid quarantine.
A mix of stories lead Tuesday's newspaper front pages, including on the coronavirus.
UN judges will rule on the Bosnian Serb ex-general's appeal against his genocide conviction.
The functioning of health services in the future is at risk because staff are burned out, MPs are warning.
Stars including David Beckham and Billie Eilish back the charity's plea for rich countries to share vaccines.
Four members of a family in Ontario were killed in what police believe was a deliberate hate crime.
Jimi Olubunmi-Adewole drowned in the Thames while trying to save a woman's life earlier this year.
Two girls say their former NHS worker mum is their "hero" and want to follow in her footsteps.
The Australotitan grew up to 30m (96ft) long and is among the largest dinosaurs found worldwide.
Traditional working patterns could return within two years, a think tank tells the BBC.
A look at how to get travel going again - and some of the possible stumbling blocks.