This morning’s adorable grandma continues despite a hilarious break

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This morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby stifled their laughter as an adorable guest sang at the piano but was interrupted by a telephone ring.

The stepmother of the novelist Kate Mosse, Rosie, 89, played a beautiful interpretation of We will see each other again by Vera Lynn in her video interview.

She went viral when she played piano to neighbors on the street during the weekly applause from key workers, to cheer up during the lockout.

And she chatted with Phil and Holly alongside her stepdaughter Kate, before playing a song live on the air.



Phillip and Holly giggled, but luckily the phone stopped ringing

As Rosie’s personal phone suddenly started to ring, everyone stifled a giggle, but she continued to play professionally.

Rosie explained that she had never even learned to play the piano and that she only played by ear as long as she knew the song.

Twitter users expressed their joy at his singing, with only one writing: ” @this morning Holly Phil, what an inspiration our older generation is Captain Tom, Margaret, Rose and Ken from yesterday, don’t you just love them … great show as always Gary Locke Lockdown in Dagenham “.

Lizzie Cundy tweeted: “Awwww the singer grandmother on @this morning keep morale!



Rosie ignored the phone and remained the professional



The hearts of viewers melted to Rosie and her great performance

“I love it when she started playing on her personal phone started ringing! It made me smile #this morning “.

Another joked, “Can someone answer this phone please?” “

Kate, who has written novels including Labyrinth and The Burning Chambers, tweeted support for Rosie.

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She revealed that Rosie is helping raise money for the NHS to help them fight the coronavirus.

She tweeted a video of Rosie playing the piano and wrote, “She’s back! Granny Rosie will #PlayingForOurCarers sure @this morning at 10 a.m. today! Granny Rosie supports our brilliant NHS and this local charity HEROES @HelpThemHelpUs_ set up by primary care and the medical workers themselves @NHSuk “.



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