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Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield held a phone-in where they spoke to people who had been left heartbroken during lockdown, and one of their callers was a 32-year-old woman, known as 'Kully' from Leicester.
"I had a failed cycle of IVF in December. It was all just a couple of weeks and then he'd gone," she emotionally recalled.
"I'd like to say I didn't see it coming, but I think it did. I have been going through fertility treatment for seven years prior to that.
"I'm only 32, we have seven embryos left in the freezer, and he has just gone and I don't know where my life is going.
"I haven't been given a reason or a definitive explanation as to why this is happening to me."
Close to tears, the wobbly voiced caller added: "All I've got out of him of any substance is 'you can carry on doing the IVF'.
"Why am I good enough to carry his child, but I'm not good enough for him to be with me?".
After hearing from Kully, author Rosie Green, who has just penned self help book, 'How to Mend a Broken Heart', offered words of support, as did Holly and Phil. They even offered to speak to her off air, in order to help her as much as possible.
And viewers from home rushed to put their two cents in, too.
"Kully your husband is an a**ehole.. walking out on you after failed IVF? You can do better, f**k him," said one viewer of the ITV show.
Meanwhile, another concurred: "Kully is lucky to find out now he's not dad material and not when she's had the baby #ThisMorning".
A third wrote: "Oh Kully, everyone is sending you a collective group hug".
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.
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