Lorraine Kelly was seen breaking down in tears on this morning’s Good Morning Britain while talking to her daughter Rosie, who lives in Singapore.
The TV star urged her daughter to “stay safe” during the coronavirus outbreak, as the 24-year-old remains in lockdown far away from her family.
Lorraine, 60, was unable to hold back during the emotional phone call as she presented the ITV morning show.
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As their chat came to an end, an emotional Lorraine said through tears: “It’s so good to talk to you. It’s been lovely to see your wee face! I do miss you. Stay safe love.”
Viewers of the show were quick to sympathise with Lorraine, with many relating to the fact that they’re unable to see their children.
“Wow that was emotional @reallorraine. I feel the same, can’t see my children during lockdown I feel your pain,” one viewer wrote.
A second added: “Your daughter is beautiful and a real credit to you Lorraine.”
While a third wrote: “Nearly cried watching Lorraine talk to her daughter, so emotional so many of us can’t see our children.”
Rosie discussed the lockdown measures in Singapore during the conversation, telling her mum: “So today is the start of a lockdown here, we can stay at home and go out to get food shopping but everything else is closed.
“We can exercise. It's weird! So with today being the lockdown it's not really a shock because we've been dealing with it since January, it started with temperature checks and working from home.
“We did the toilet roll craze earlier this year, it's not been too weird for people.”
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She added that her mum and dad have been keeping her up to date on what’s happening in the UK during the lockdown while she’s in Singapore, where she’s been working for four years.
“You and dad sent videos of the toilet roll and we'd already had that. People here are generally very well behaved, the government here is strict, so if your'e caught out you get a $10,000 fine or six months in jail,” she explained.
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