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Loose Women’s Charlene White breaks down as she recalls aunt’s funeral during discussion about Boris Johnson’s apology

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CHARLENE White broke down in tears on today's Loose Women as she recalled her aunt's funeral during the first lockdown. The 41-year-old got emotional as she and the other ladies discussed Boris Johnson's apology for attending a party in the gardens at No10 Downing Street in May 2020.

With her voice cracking almost instantly, ITV news reader Charlene said: "My family stuck by the rules, we had to bury family members without being able to hug each other. "I had to sit in a crematorium when my aunt was buried - because I wasn't living in the same household as my brother and sister and my dad - in a pew by myself with my baby daughter on my lap as we were all in floods of tears." As Charlene continued she became even more upset, with Linda Robson passing her a tissue.

She said: "I stood by the graveside as grave diggers were filling that grave, watching my cousin in floods of tears and not being able to hug her because we were following the rules.

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