Three-quarters of women are unhappy with the way they look. That’s just one revelation from our landmark ‘Frank and Fearless’ survey for ITV’s Loose Women.

The survey of 5,000 women looks at the lives of British women focussing on the topics of body image, sex and relationships and their hopes and fears for the future.

It was also revealed that 41% of women in the UK don’t always feel love towards their partner, including the show’s own Ruth Langford. When the stat was read out, Langford admitted that sometimes she ‘cannot stand’ her husband, presenter, Eamon Holmes.

Loose Women launched the survey by discussing the results relating to affairs. 15% of women surveyed admitted that they had had an affair, with a staggering 22% keeping it from their partner. However 56% stated that they completely trust their partner’s fidelity.

The survey also named the most faithful and least faithful regions of the UK. Northern Ireland came out on top for faithfulness compared to Yorkshire which was named the least faithful region of the UK.

Although the full results of the Frank and Fearless survey will be announced via Loose Women throughout the autumn, the survey and the accompanying revelations from the show’s panel has already achieved widespread media coverage.