VIP mum Melinda Gainsford-Taylor

Melinda Gainsford-Taylor came to international prominence in the 1990's when she entered the record books as Australia's fastest ever female sprinter.† She won the hearts of the nation when at the '98 Commonwealth Games, she suffered a knee injury during the 200m final. Clutching her leg, she fell out of first place but still managed to finish in fourth.

Today the veteran of three Olympic Gamess and a Commonwealth Games gold medalist says her biggest goal is not to†finish first but to be the best mum she can. The 35-year-old is mother to Nicholas, four and Gabriella, 20 months.

VIP mum Natalie Barr

Natalie Barr, 38, is the newsreader and some-time presenter on Channel Seven's Sunrise.

She is married to Andrew, a film editor, also 38, and has two children, Lachlan, aged 5 and Hunter, aged 16 months. Her career as a journalist has taken her from Bunbury in WA to LA where she won an Emmy Award nomination.

VIP mum Tracey Spicer

Carla Grossetti discovers the real woman (and mum) behind the well know TV presenter and journalist.

Tracey Spicer presented Network Tenís national weekend news and mid-week 11am news for a decade.

Tracey is now forging a new career path in the print media as editor of the family travel magazine, Out and About with Kids, as well as working as an international anchor with SKY News, a media trainer, keynote speaker and radio broadcaster.

VIP mum Amanda Keller

Picture of Amanda KellerAlong with her co-host Jonesy, Amanda† Keller is at the helm of the popular Breakfast Show on 101.7 WS-FM each weekday.

Amanda Keller lives in the Sydney suburb of Coogee with her producer husband Harley Oliver and their two children Liam, 7 and Jack, 5.

"Before I had kids I imagined the experience of motherhood turned you into a combination of Mother Theresa and Sir Edmund Hilary.Iíve been surprised to discover that Iím still Ďmeí."

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