Appeared via video link from his home, former Loose Women star Sherrie, 69, said her brother was released from hospital because he needed his bed in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
She revealed that, as she lived alone outside of her family, she “suffered a lot” but had started a talk show called Wonderbirds with her friends to stay in touch.
“We talk every day, which keeps me sane,” she told host Lorraine Kelly. “I cannot see my daughter and my grandchildren, this is my life and I cannot kiss them, I cannot kiss them.
“So we talk to each other every day and put it on Facebook. Now we went to YouTube with Wonderbirds and it means a lot to people because they can talk to us. “
She continued, “I mean, I suffer a lot every day and I cry a lot, so the people over there to talk to. “
Sherrie explained that the cat allowed her to “get up” and talk to her friends.
“We laugh all the time, which I think is very important,” she said. “We talk to each other every day … that’s what people do, they call and tell us they are in pain. “
Sherrie started to cry when she revealed, “I have a brother who has a brain tumor in Wales and I can’t see him. He was in the hospital and he had to be removed from the hospital because they needed a bed for him to be conscious.
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“They really take care of him. Anyway, I can’t see him, so I send him silly videos every day. “
“I pray and I hope that [this helps us] recognize our NHS, “she added. This is absolutely what we need. ”
* Good Morning Britain is broadcast on weekdays at 6 a.m. on ITV