Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield pay touching tribute to This Morning cameraman after he passes away

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield pay touching tribute to This Morning cameraman after he passes away

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HOLLY Willoughby and Phillip Schofield paid a touching tribute to a This Morning cameraman after he died yesterday.

The presenters opened today’s show with a sad message for viewers that cameraman Charlie, who had worked on the show for 10 years, had passed away on Tuesday.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield paid a touching tribute to a This Morning cameraman after he died yesterday
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Phillip, 57, said: “We’re starting with some very sad news about one of our team here.”

Holly, 38, continued: “Yes one of our long standing crew members, Charlie Hart, passed away yesterday after battling a long term illness.”

Phillip added: “Charlie spent more than 10 years with us here at ITV and it wasn’t just behind the cameras that he played an important role, occasionally we managed to tease him out in front of the camera, even appearing in our fashion items.”

The programme then showed a clip of Charlie walking the catwalk in a new outfit, and discussing his thoughts on the ensemble with Phil and co-host that day, Rochelle Humes.

Charlie Hart passed away after a long illness yesterday
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The presenters shared a picture they had with Charlie
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Charlie also took part in a fashion show at one point
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As the clip ended, Phil said: “Such a lovely guy, and we all really miss him.

“Our thoughts are with all his family, his children, his grandchildren and his wife Tina.”

Holly added: “Yes we just want you to know that he will be sorely missed, that’s for sure.”

A number of viewers were quick to take to Twitter to pay their own respects to Charlie.


Phil described Charlie as a ‘lovely guy’ who would be ‘sorely missed’
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