Exclusive Dad's panel at The Baby Show Live @ Home

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We know mums and mummas-to-be go through a LOT both physically and mentally when having a baby, but that doesn’t mean we need to forget about the dads! Becoming a dad can be amazing and challenging at the same time and it’s important we remember this and offer advice and support.
Sharing their experiences on the highs and lows of parenthood, we can't wait to welcome our panellists to our very own Baby Show TV at midday on Saturday 27 February. To watch them and ask your questions live, you'll need an Access All Areas pass - only £8pp [link] for Baby Show subscribers!

Can't make that time? Don’t fret! The pass gives you access to all of the on-demand videos for one-week post-event. So you can log in whenever, wherever and watch them as many times as you like!

Let us introduce you to our panellists...


Al Ferguson

Founder of Dadsnet and the hilarious 'Don’t Tell Your Mum Podcast', hosted by Heart Radio, that all parents should be a part of. With special guests such as Joe Wicks, Justin Timberlake and Ross Kemp, it is not one to miss! Al will be chairing our Dad's Panel and we know he'll be asking some juicy questions! Sign up to the podcast here.

Leon Wenham

Leon is a single, adoptive dad of one and children's author. His mission is to help children understand diversity and equality from a young age and to share his story to create awareness for adoption, challenge stereotypes and call out racism. 

Nathan Massey

Dad of two and Love Island winner along with his wife Cara Delahoyde, Nathan is always keeping us laughing with his honest and open Instagram videos! Sharing his journey from Love Island to dad, we can't wait for his positive energy on our panel. 

Dr. Oscar Duke

Oscar is a doctor by day and super dad by night! Author of  'How to be a Dad', TV presenter and advocate for raising awareness of the challenges faced by those with disability and disease. We can't wait to welcome Oscar to our virtual stage.