BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst heartbroken after three loved ones die just months apart


BBC Breakfast presenter Nina Warhurst, 42, has opened up about having to say “three goodbyes” to people she loved “very much” in a heartbreaking post on social media.

The pregnant BBC star revealed there were “lots of tears” as she had to endure the deaths of three loved ones over just a few months.

Nina, who is expecting her third child with husband Ed Fraser, took to Instagram yesterday to share the devastating update with her 21,500 followers.

She posted a photograph that showed her alongside her mother and sisters, with each of the daughters wearing long, brightly coloured patterned maxi dresses.

Nina captioned the photo: “With my Mum [and] sisters at a memorial celebration yesterday (‘no black please’).

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“We’ve also celebrated! It’s made me realise that lots of the tears are because the right farewells are full of gratitude and are something beautiful.

“( …. a reflection of our clan; when the wake invite said ‘Carriages at 6pm,’ two of my aunties thought ‘Carriages’ was a hot venue in Bath for an after party. Yes Andrea and Jayne ! ) x” (sic)

The star’s fans took to the comments section to send messages of support, with Dee writing: “What a beautiful tribute to these 3 very special people. Great image of your Ma and her girls.

“I'm such a fan of yours Nina, because you're genuinely yourself, clever and beautiful! Good luck with the sprog, I wonder if it's a girl. Take care of yourself and your precious cargo.” (sic)

Nina, who began reporting for BBC Breakfast in 2018, is a mother to two sons and also recently revealed she is expecting a baby girl.

Laura-Jane commented: “So sorry to hear this. Welcome to my end of the woods.”

While Debbie added: “Definitely family genes, you are all so alike. Lovely words Nina.”

BBC Breakfast returns tomorrow at 6am on BBC One.

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