Charlene White: Loose Women star ‘checked up on’ after tearful display in Covid jab centre

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Charlene White, 40, has shared how she broke down while queuing for her COVID-19 vaccination, leading to her needing to be “checked over” by a volunteer. The Loose Women star spoke about the emotional moment while on Twitter today, discussing the “privilege” of “finally” having the jab with her 48,000 followers

Fighting back tears

Charlene White

Charlene typed: “Currently queuing to get my jab (finally!) and I dunno if it’s my ridiculous schedule of the past few weeks, the nervousness from yesterday, the relief of getting it, or the just wonderful volunteers at Queen Mary’s… 

“But I’m legit standing here fighting back tears. SO. WEIRD.”

A compassionate fan replied saying her feelings are completely normal after everything people have gone through over the last year while living through the pandemic.

They wrote: “It’s such an amazing feeling and feels like a huge privilege. 

“I think when we’ve all been just about coping the last year and a bit it seems like we can almost believe it’s going to get better. 

“Very emotional time!”

Charlene agreed with them, but at the same time revealed she had not expected to become so upset.

She explained: “I totally wasn’t expecting it! It was like a wave of emotion… 

“A lovely volunteer had to check if I was okay.”

Many others also responded with their own experiences of feeling emotional at receiving the jab, which at the moment is only available to those over 38 or those who are deemed clinically vulnerable.

One said: “Felt similar & did actually cry. The teamwork & effort to get that jab in my arm, to live in a country where if I had gotten ill my treatment was free at the point of use, was just too overwhelming. There are still many injustices in the UK, but I was so grateful at that point.”

A second replied: “Not weird. The vaccine is a symbol of hope for so many!  The relief from the anticipation alone after the past year is enough to make you emotional!! Scheduled for my second dose soon, it might dissolve into a puddle myself!”(sic)

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Charlene is a journalist and British TV presenter, best known for fronting the ITV News programme.

In April 2014, Charlene became the first black woman to present ITV News at Ten.

She is the lead presenter of ITV News London’s main 6pm programme.

This year, she joined Loose Women as a panellist after Andrea McLean and Saira Khan left the show.

She will be a permanent anchor, rotating with the likes of Ruth Langsford, Christine Lampard and Kaye Adams.

Speaking about joining the show, Charlene told fellow panellist Nadia Sawalha: “This is rather exciting, isn’t it?

“I am very happy, thank you so much for having me, ladies.”

She added: “I’m officially a Loose Woman! I am honestly absolutely stoked.

“I have been buzzing all this time to be able to reveal that I am the latest and the newest Loose Woman.”

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