Zoe and Monty, what tips do you have for people that want to show their support for people affected by cancer?
I think the most important thing to do is to ask how you can help the person or family.
Everyone has busy lives and I think it’s important to stop sometimes and have a conversation about how lucky we are to be healthy and happy/ Girls’ Night In gives us a chance to have a moment of gratitude with our best girlfriends, hang in our PJs, eat yummy food and talk about what matters in life,” she said.
He said Megan appeared to have been staying at the woman's flat in Ladbroke Grove since she went missing on Friday.
Your Girls’ Night In can be as simple or as lavish as you like; whether you host a dinner party, hold a pamper session, or have a night in with lots of movies, just make sure you get together with your girlfriends, to help beat women’s cancers. Getting the girls together for a night in is all about great company, style and comfort.
I love to light candles and decorate the house with lots of fresh flowers, and I always make sure I have lots of soft cushions and throw rugs ready to cosy up to after dinner.
Early detection can make a real difference, but with the busy and fast paced lives so many of us lead today, sometimes we too easily forget to prioritise our health.
I think it’s really important to have these conversations with our girlfriends as well, and don’t be afraid to ask your friends if they’ve had a Pap test recently, or had their breasts checked.
He added: "Megan has been staying with a woman who believed the teenager was older than she was."Megan made it known to the woman that she was in London shopping and planned to stay there and get work."Chat room fears Mr Barnes said it appeared Megan had met the woman - a college student - over the Internet.