Holly Willoughby was left in tears after This Morning shared clips of grandparents reuniting with their families.
The UK government recently announced new guidelines that allow single adults single parents to create a support bubble with another household, which allowed many grandparents to reunite with their grandchildren.
The ITV magazine show aired a touching montage of families reuniting and hugging one another, which left Phillip Schofield and Holly emotional.
“We got a bit teary,” Phil revealed.
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“It’s what we want so much. We’ve been waiting for so long,” Holly admitted with tears in her eyes.
Later in the show, the 39-year-old expressed how much she misses her family during the Coronavirus pandemic, while she read out messages from people sharing their experiences of reuniting.
“Claire says, “I lost my mum in September last year so these past few months have been hard on us all, but now my dad has become part of our bubble,” ” she stated.
Holly spoke about how much she wanted to hug her mother and father.
“I’m so jealous. I just feel like, I know it’s so lovely and I’m so happy for them, but I just want to hug my mum so bad and my dad,” she emotionally confessed.
The news comes after Holly opened up about her struggle with dyslexia.
The TV presenter described how the learning disorder drained her confidence, however, she has finally found “peace” with it.
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