She's a stylist, a mother, an ex-midwife, and a woman with strong opinons about jogging bottoms - it's Instagram sensation Natalie Lee, otherwise known as Style Me Sunday!
She tells us how she got where she is today, and why she thinks it's important to have a creative output after you have a baby. We go on to cover a wide range of topics including diversity, tomboys, worst fashion disasters, and whether you should shave your front bottom before you give birth.
Helen chats about her own new fashion project, Helen Wears a Size 18. There's an attempt at serious charity work as we discuss the latest Stand Up to Cancer campaign. To find out more, visit standuptocancer.org.uk.
Natalie is also supporting the Royal Society for Blind Children - they're over at rsbc.org.uk. She is hosting a special screening of the body positive documentary Embrace on Wednesday 22 November, at the Charlotte Street Hotel in London - visit Eventbrite to buy tickets.
Many thanks to Onjenu for supplying the lovely clothes Natalie gave us.
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