Jamie Oliver, TV chef, is a good role model, says David Cameron
10.23 While there have been a few cheeky tweets using the hashtag #GlamourNo10 to ask some questions of Mr Cameron's political make-up, the PM holds the public in high esteem.
"They are the boss," he says. "They will pass judgement."
10.18 Our online political editor Rosa Prince says:
Fair to say the rather soft grilling Glamour readers are giving the PM isn't going down too well on Twitter.
James Burke has compared it to The Thick Of It, while Dan Howells says: "Hardly Frost v Nixon ... or Chloe Smith v Paxman!"
10.11 Mr Cameron is discussing the Olympics now, after it was announced that former PM Tony Blair would be Labour's adviser on Olympic legacy.
Of the Games, the PM said: "A great festival of sport. There's a saying in Britain – we do best at the sports we sit down for…
"Hopefully a great success. Hope the legacy is the inspiration. Get children into sport and volunteering."
10.06 It's safe to say Mr Cameron has found his audience when it comes to high street shopping.
He tells the panel parking charges need to be cut for the regeneration of towns and tells readers that the high street can be saved by shopping there.
10.01 It appears Florence has reached the terrible twos. Mr Cameron tells the all-female Glamour readers' panel that his toddler reads over his shoulder. He also touches on paternity leave and says: "It's important men are there in early days but it's often a month or so in you need them around."
09.58 The PM has moved on to tackle childcare:
Recognise an issue for mums and dads. I want women to have the choice to go back to work. Help IS expensive. Some countries deliver lower cost childcare. Aim of commission to ask searching questions. We don’t want low quality childcare, but we’ve taken regulation too far. Is tax credit the right answer? Work is satisfying and keeps people out of poverty. It sets a good example to our children.
09.51 The Prime Minister is defending cuts to the arts.
09.48 Mr Cameron touches on personal issues such as the stress of everyday life at Number 10.
Amazing satisfying job. However tough things are you meet people who inspire you. I have three children who distract you, but you do need a decent nights sleep. I wake up everyday thinking what an extraordinary opportunity I have to work with such talented people.
09.42 So far, Mr Cameron has touched on older people, school leavers, pupils at school and mental health.
On older people:
• "Need to give them dignity but challenge is pensions for the future. Introduce a single tier pension"
On school leavers:
• "Clear path to university, increase apprenticeships. Go back to primary school, teaching basics."
On children struggling at school:
• "We have a good special needs system but need to identify who is struggling at an early age."
On mental health:
• "Very moved by the MPs who stood up and talked about their own mental health challeneges."
• "Stigma attached to mental health. Need to get rid of this."
09.40 We are but 10 minutes into Glamour's Q&A with the Prime Minister and he's already being overshadowed by his Coalition partner.
09.35 To set the scene, the PM is meeting the ladies from Glamour and 30 readers in the Number 10 room where "Hugh Grant danced across the floor in Love Actually."
09.32 Glamour editor Jo Elvin will be meeting the Prime Minister in neon red Joseph trousers. Mr Cameron is understood to have gone for a more conservative look.
09.23 If, perchance, the Prime Minister is asked about his favourite biscuit, he should take a look at this list of what your selection from the biscuit tin says about you. Shortbread, anyone?:
Choco Leibniz: Europhile
Jaffa Cake: Extrovert
Chocolate Millionaires: Lovelorn
Malted Milk Cow Biscuits: Toddler
Jammie Dodgers: Hyperactive
Dark Chocolate Gingers: Posh
Shortbread: Really Posh
Bourbon Creams: Traditionalist
09.15 Welcome to our rolling coverage of David Cameron's question and answer session with 30 readers of Glamour magazine at Downing Street.
As we learned from Mumsnet, public Q&A sessions can make or break a politician's reputation. Who could forget the disaster for Gordon Brown that was biscuitgate?
One member of the Glamour crew has already tweeted she has a "verrrry" important question for Mr Cameron. We wait the 09.30 start with bated breath.