Brenda Edwards will make an emotional return to Loose Women after the tragic death of her son Jamal Edwards rocked her family. Brenda, 53, took part in a tough interview with Coleen Nolan
Brenda Edwards is back with Loose Women today after a tragic loss that kept her away from the show for a while.
Her return has been confirmed by Good Morning Britain host Richard Arnold and will be marked by an interview with Loose Women co-host Coleen Nolan.
Brenda told Coleen in the preview clip: “It’s great to have the women there and it’s such an important part of my life and his life. I needed to get back to it.”
She added: “I miss everyone but I thank you for your support and for always being there for me when I’m on the phone.”
Loose Women airs at 12:30pm on weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.
Why did Brenda Edwards leave Loose Women?
Brenda Edwards left Loose Women following the tragic death of her son, music mogul Jamal Edwards.
Jamal died of a “sudden heart attack” in February of this year and emotional footage was released of Brenda singing during a vigil for her son.
Funerals lined up for Jamal after a mural was revealed on Acton High Street, where Jamal hails from London.
Since her son’s death, Brenda has established the Jamal Edwards Self-Confidence fund, which will “support the causes that matter most to Jamal”.
The family said: “Jamal’s absence from here has left a huge impact on the lives of his family, friends and all the people he has supported and uplifted in his unique and humble way. me.”
A statement from the new trust said it would target homelessness, support people with mental health issues and assist young people in developing life skills. important.
Who is Jamal Edwards?
Jamal Edwards is an entrepreneur and the founder of SBTV, a YouTube channel.
It laid the groundwork for stars like Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Emeli Sande and Dave, and was created by Jamal when he was just a teenager. He has amassed an impressive fortune of around £8 million in 2014.
Jamal, an MBE, has built a good relationship with the royal family and was appointed an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
Upon Jamal’s death – the channel was named after Jamal’s rap ‘SmokeyBarz’ – SBTV said: “There will never be enough words to quantify the impact of our leader and visionary. lookout Jamal Edwards MBE.
“He’s not only our leader, he’s a visionary who gives purpose and helps us bounce back during difficult times.
“He helped nurture and uncover some of the best talent in the world, and helped kickstart the careers of so many of us behind the scenes.”
A huge supporter of Chelsea FC, the club released a statement upon the businessman’s death.
It read: “We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Jamal Edwards. An inspiration to many, we are honored that he is part of our Chelsea family.”
Jamal founded the charity JE Delve, which aims to give “young people in Ealing the opportunity to learn, work and connect”.
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