'MY BOY COMES FIRST' STV2 NEWS ANCHOR QUITS JOB TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH HER LAD HARRIS

Live at Five presenter Hayley Matthews left her dream job to be able to get some quality time with her five-year-old.

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