Brenda Edwards returned to ITV this morning after the devastating loss of her son Jamal Edwards in February.
She spoke on Good Morning Britain this morning and shared the details of the trust that she has set up in his name.
The founder of SBTV died suddenly from a heart attack in February this year aged 31.
After laying him to rest last month Brenda opened up in an interview with Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid about the loss of her son and the support from her Loose Women co-stars.
Richard touched on the loss of his father at a young age from a sudden heart attack, saying: "It took us a long time to accept the reality. Is talking about him your way of accepting it's real?"
Brenda said it "absolutely" did, adding: "I'm still having conversations talking about him in the present tense.
"It has been very comforting the support I've had from his friends, my family and the people I don't know who he had such an impression on. It gives me strength that my baby helped so many people."
She then continued: "I talk to him every morning and every night. I say 'Hello baby', 'Good morning baby', 'Goodnight baby', I talk with him about everything.
"I do get a lot of strength from that. He inspired me a lot. Anything I was doing, he was always a champion."
The interview came after Brenda returned to the Loose Women panel and was greeted with her friends and co-stars for the first time since son Jamal's death.
This stirred the emotions of people on twitter with one commenting: ": "Lovely to see Brenda back."
While another said: "So lovely to see Brenda back on the panel today."
A third tweeted: "Wishing Brenda all the love and strength in the world on her first episode back, such huge admiration for her."
"Welcome back Brenda It’s so hard going back to work after a bereavement," another commented.
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