VIP mum Ita Buttrose

Ita Buttrose started her career as a copygirl on The Australian Women's Weekly.

Ita was 30 when she became Founding Editor of the then groundbreaking Cleo magazine in 1972 but it was her appointment to the editorship of the hugely successful Women's Weekly in 1975 that turned her into a household name.

VIP mum Diana Baker

Di Baker is something of a powerhouse.

Just 20 months after her four-year-old twins Phoenix and Madison were born, the 36-year-old created her own business, Bay Bee Cino.

Since then, five boutiques have sprouted up around Sydney, specialising in quality baby products and maternity wear.

VIP mum Kate Ceberano

Kate Ceberano's career straddles more than two decades.

The sultry Aussie songstress, who first sprang to prominence at age 15 as the lead singer of I'm Talking, has since sold in excess of one million albums in Australia.

VIP mum: Natasha Stott Despoja

While many of Natasha Stott Despoja's peers were talking about changing the world, she was actually doing it.

VIP mum Melissa Doyle

Everywhere we look Melissa Doyle is there.

The cover of the Women's Weekly, the face on Sunrise greeting us every morning, as well as through numerous television specials produced by the network.

Mercedes Macguire talked to Mel about her life and her recent book The Working Mothers Survival Guide.

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