Loose Women’s Judi Love ‘heartbroken and empty’ as she announces the death of her dad

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Loose Women presenter and comedian Judi Love has been left “heartbroken” after the death of her father. The 40 year old comedian shared the devastating news on Instagram, sharing a heartwarming snap with her late dad.

Holding his arm, Judi can be seen smiling widely into the camera as her dad mirrors her grin.

She wrote alongside the snap: “I feel empty and heartbroken for many reasons. RIP Dad. These last few weeks I tried to make you comfortable, I tried to get to you dad, I really did. Rest Well.”

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It’s currently unknown how Judi’s father passed away, but famous friends of hers have left heartfelt comments of condolence.

Fellow comedian Dane Baptiste wrote: “Love and light to him. My condolences. Dad is at peace now Judi and we are here for you xx.”

While talk show host and journalist Trisha Goddard commented: “So sorry for you lose, Judy. Sending love.”

Olympic gold medalist Denise Lewis, award-winning documentary maker Stacey Dooley and Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver also passed on their sympathies.

Early last year, Judi recalled the death of her mother in 2009. The youngest of five children, Judi cared for her mother during a dementia battle, but admitted how difficult the period was.


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She said at the time: "I can't explain seeing someone you've grown with or you've loved and they're gone, they're absolutely gone.

"The spirit of the person is gone and you've got the shell. It's so draining.

"I remember one time I was with my mum, she just didn't know who I was. I went to my friends house, and I went to the kitchen and I just screamed and cried and cried.

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