Lucy Alexander: Homes Under The Hammer star details ‘tough few days’ in moving video
Lucy Alexander places bouquet on mother’s memorial bench
Former Homes Under The Hammer presenter, Lucy Alexander, 50, has revealed that she has endured a “tough few days”, as she marks 12 months since the death of her mum. The BBC presenter laid flowers on her mother’s memorial bench, which she shared in a video on Twitter.
It’s been a tough few days
The short eight-second clip showed a large bouquet made up of pink roses, lilies and green hydrangeas, which the star had secured to the wooden seat.
Lucy wrote: “A perfect bouquet for my mum’s memorial bench yesterday.
“It’s been a tough few days but I know she’d love them. Roses were one of her faves. Thanks @ArenaFlowers.”
The inscription on the plaque on the bench read: “Kay’s bench, In loving memory of my wife, mother and grandmother.”
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Fans were quick to comment on the TV star’s post with comforting comments.
One wrote: “Sending love and warm hugs, Lucy. I’ll light a candle tonight for your Mum so she’ll be remembered here too.”
Another reassured the presenter that her flowers were lovely: “They look beautiful Lucy, your Mum will love them.”
While another sympathised with Lucy over the pain of losing her mum: “12 months since my mum left us. Feel your pain Lucy. Lovely flowers.”
Just days ago Lucy posted a moving tribute to her mum on the social media platform.
“Thinking of my mum more than ever today,” she wrote.
She continued: “It’s been a year since she passed away… and what a year.
“Miss you so much mum. Thank you for your signs.”
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On February 4 last year the Homes Under The Hammer star announced that her mum has passed away from cancer.
She wrote: “My mum sadly passed away last night.
“She battled cancer to the end. I’ve lost my mate.
“She was my everything. RIP Mum. I’m waiting for your signs.”
February is a tough month for the TV star, as February 8 last year marked the tenth anniversary of her daughter, Kitty’s paralysis.
Lucy also took to the micro-blogging site then to share her thoughts with her followers.
“This date will be forever etched on my mind.”
The presenter continued: “My daughter 9 years ago became instantly paralysed at school from a virus that attacked her spinal cord.
“What a journey it’s been. As her mum I’m just so proud of the amazing woman she has become. Kitty [love] you so much.”
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