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Alison Hammond says her life is 'not perfect' in tearful message on This Morning

Alison Hammond told This Morning viewers her life isn't perfect in a emotional message on the ITV show.

The mum-of-one, 48, was in tears last week after Phillip Schofield's shock departure from the programme after he admitted to having an affair with a younger man.

Alison is often referred to as the bubbly Brummie, but when a caller confessed she felt "judged" because of her appearance, the Big Brother star, admitted 'things weren't as they seem on TV.'

With tears in her eyes, Alison said: "I have insecurities as well. I feel how you feel. It's not all perfect - what you see on the TV.

"I don't like taking my jackets off. But honestly, in life, you've got to enjoy your life. Before you know it, we're not here. So you've really got to enjoy your life.

Alison Hammond told This Morning viewers her life isn't perfect in a emotional message on the ITV show

The Big Brother star told fans she 'still loved' Phillip Schofield even though he'd 'done a bag thing' (


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"I go to the gym sometimes and I don't want to go to the gym [because] people are staring at me, but everyone's going to stare and then they're going to worry about what's happening with them. You just live your life babes. Enjoy it to the fullest."

Advising the caller to stay on the line, Dermot O'Leary signed off the chat by saying the team at This Morning wanted to continue their talk.

Last week, Alison and Dermot addressed the fallout surrounding their former colleague Phil's shock interview with the BBC in which he admitted he was struggling with his mental health.

The father-of-two claimed he knew how former Love Island host Caroline Flack must have felt when she tragically took her own life, as he admitted his career was over.

Opening This Morning following the interview, Dermot insisted the show "didn't want to shy away" from things.

"It's been very difficult for us to cover this story," the former X Factor host admitted. "He's a friend and a colleague."

Alison became visibly emotional as she began to cry and said: "I'm finding it really painful, I loved Phillip Schofield, it's weird because I still love Phillip Schofield, however, what he's done is wrong. He's admitted it, he's said sorry, as a family, we're all really struggling to process everything I never know what to say.

"I remember what my mom said, my mom always said 'use your Bible as your satnav in life Al, in the Bible it says 'he without sin, casts the first stone,' I don't want to say anything bad because I'm in conflict."

*If you're struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] or visit their site to find your local branch

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