Judi Love’s Loose Women colleagues have sent their love after she revealed her father had died.
The presenter announced this week that her dad Albert had passed away, saying that she felt “empty and heartbroken”.
“These last few weeks I tried to make you comfortable, I tried to get to you dad, I really did,” she wrote on Instagram alongside a picture of her father.
When Loose Women got under way on Thursday, Love’s fellow panellists sent touching messages.
Presenter Kaye Adams shared that Love had been due to be on the panel of the ITV programme on Thursday but was off following her sad loss.
“We all want to send our very, very best wishes to our friend Judi Love,” she said.
“Judi was supposed to be with us today but has taken today off because of the sad news that her dad Albert has passed away.”
Nadia Sawalha said: “I spoke to Judi yesterday. I think obviously, because her father was out in Jamaica, like for so many people over the last year, people not being able to come together.
“So we send you a big, big hug Judi."
"We love you," she added.
Love announced her dad’s death on Wednesday.
Stacey Dooley was among those to send condolences, posting a red heart emoji, while fellow TV star Trisha Goddard said she was “so sorry”.
“So sorry Judi...condolences to you and your family. Sending you the biggest hug,” posted This Morning’s Ruth Langsford.
Supernanny Jo Frost wrote on Instagram: “He knows you did your best my lovely, my condolences to you and the children.”
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