Gogglebox's June Bernicoff left This Morning viewers in tears, after she appeared on the show to reveal the heartbreaking reality of life without husband Leon.
Sitting with presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, June opened up about how she had dealt with the loss of her soulmate - who tragically passed away, aged 83, in December 2017.
She said: "Fortunately I've been very busy because I was approached to write the book and that's given me a purpose."
"Fortunately I've been very busy because I was approached to write the book and that's given me a purpose."
She told the hosts: "At first it was just the sadness and you just remember the last few days when he was really ill," before reminiscing "about the the "fun to be had and then the growing and my families".
And then, in a heartbreaking statement, June admitted: "I can't remember life without him.
Following the emotional segment, fans of the show rushed to Twitter to express their thoughts, with many admitting to having been left 'in tears' by what June had said.
"I did not cry watching June & Leon Bernicoff's story...at all #ThisMorning," wrote one Twitter user.
Another added: "Tearing up watching June talk about Leon on #thismorning."
"June talking about Leon on this morning has BROKEN my heart," typed a third.
While a fourth admitted: "I'm in tears, Ruth is in tears. Leon was so loved. June is coping so well. Gogglebox isn't the same without them."
This Morning airs on ITV weekdays at 10.30am.
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