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Mark Wright chokes back tears as he reads out messages to NHS staff

por Clair Severance (2020-06-24)


Mark Wright grew tearful while reading out messages to National Health Service workers on his Heart radio show on Thursday evening.

The TV personality, 33, announced that he was going to read out some texts ahead of the Clap For Carers weekly salute.

Mark had asked listeners to write in with their personal messages to frontline medical staff from listeners who were grateful for their help.






Aw! Mark Wright grew tearful while reading out messages to National Health Service workers on his Heart radio show on Thursday evening


After reading out one message about a listeners grandad who served as a paramedic for 30 years, Mark admitted that he is struggling not seeing his own grandad, Eddie.

Announcing the segment, he said: 'Good evening Mark Wright with you and on the way to 8 o'clock when we will be clapping for our NHS heroes and our carers at 8 tonight. I asked you before, who you're going to be clapping for. 






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'Somebody you know or even you may have been treated by the NHS before, it might just have been a wrist sprain that you went to the hospital and just had an amazing experience with somebody in the NHS.'

Reading out the first one, he said: 'A little text in from Kathy Joels: 'the midwife who assisted in the birth of my daughter nearly 9 years ago, I have never forgotten how kind she was and the memory will last forever.' That is so sweet






Salute! The TV personality, 33, announced that he was going to read out some texts ahead of the Clap For Carers weekly salute


While another one said: 'I'm eight years of age and I will be clapping for my mummy who is a key worker and my super-hero' from Alana.'

However after reading out the first two messages, ?????? Mark revealed it was getting to him a bit and said: 'Sorry, I'm getting a bit choked up there.'

He continued: 'I'd like to say a huge thanks to my special friend Amanda Galbreith, she's a theatre nurse on the front line she's doing an amazing job and I'm so proud of her" from her wee pal Joanne. God this is getting me choked up I've got to say.'

Reading another message, he said: 'Please give a shout-out to my Grandad Ronny who has been a paramedic for 30 years and at 80 years of age, he wanted to go out and help out our ambulance service, but unfortunately he couldn't because of his age. 






Touching: Mark had asked listeners to write in with their personal messages to frontline medical staff from listeners who were grateful for their help














'30 years he's dedicated his life and time to hundreds of patients and hospitals, thank you Grandad, love you loads.'

Expressing his emotions, Mark added: 'Oh god this has got me, I'm so sorry guys, that's just emotional. 8 o'clock tonight we're clapping for our heroes, remember that. 

'I know that grandad one there got me, I'm missing my grandad very much, grandad Eddie, I love you loads and I can't wait to see you soon.'






Sweet: Mark pictured with his wife Michelle Keegan