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Danielle Lloyd's Mum Jackie In Tears On UK TV Show As She Opens Up About Fibromyalgia

Wednesday 26 July 2017

 

From OK!:

 

Danielle and Jackie Lloyd
Danielle Lloyd joined her mum Jackie on Lorraine's
sofa to raise awareness of Fibromyalgia [ITV]
 

Danielle Lloyd’s mum Jackie breaks down in tears on Lorraine as she opens up about life-changing invisible illness

[UK Fibromyalgia sufferer] JACKIE Lloyd had to be supported by pregnant daughter [and UK celebrity] Danielle Lloyd as she was left in tears after revealing her debilitating illness on [ITV chat show] Lorraine.

By Niomi Harris
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Copyright ©2017 Northern & Shell Plc.

The duo appeared on Lorraine’s sofa to raise awareness of Fibromyalgia, otherwise known as the ‘invisible illness’.

Jackie opened up about the living with the life-changing illness which affects one in 25 people, after being diagnosed two tears ago.

The grandmother spoke of how she’s in “constant pain” which has gradually gotten worse over the course of six years.

Danielle, who is due to give birth in five weeks time, also spoke about how hard it is having her mum struck down with the illness.

 

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