'Loose Women' star Brenda Edwards breaks down as she reads heartbreaking letter from King Charles about her late son

King Charles III's letter talks about Jamal Brenda's enormous contribution to the royal family

'Loose Women' star Brenda Edwards breaks down as she reads heartbreaking letter from King Charles about her late son
Brenda Edwards' (inset) son Jamal Edwards (L) was an ambassador at King Charles 'Prince Trust' (@Fifi The Waleses Cambridges/Twitter video screenshot and Yahoo news/video screengrab)
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LUTON, ENGLAND: The British talk show 'Loose Women' star Brenda Edwards breaks down after she reads an emotional letter sent to her by King Charles III after her son Jamal Edward's death. The letter moved her fellow panelists as Brenda read it aloud while discussing the life of the late Queen and Jamal's tragic sudden death.

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The TV show host's son was a music entrepreneur who founded the online music platform SBTV and was also an ambassador for King Charles' 'Prince’s Trust.' The 31-year-old died on February 20, 2022, due to a cardiac arrhythmia following cocaine use.

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The talk show went on air after four days following Queen Elizabeth's death and as the four women panelist came together and talked about the Queen's death, Brenda then pulled out a letter in which King Charles sent his deepest condolences, as he said "Jamal's commitment as an ambassador has made the 'most enormous difference' to the Trust's work and has helped to change the lives of countless disadvantaged young people."

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Jamal Edwards holds his Member of the British Empire (MBE), after it was awarded to him by the Prince of Wales at an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on March 26, 2015 in London, England.
Jamal Edwards holds his Member of the British Empire (MBE), after it was awarded to him by King Charles III at an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace (John Stillwell - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

The letter read, "Dear Ms. Edwards, I particularly wanted to write and say how desperately sorry I was to hear the tragic news about your dear son Jamal, and above all to send you my deepest sympathy." "I can only begin to imagine what an immense and aching gap he will leave in your life and that of your daughter Tanisha, and my heart goes out to both of you, more than I can ever say. I shall never forget Jamal's support and dedication in helping with my Prince's Trust over the years. His commitment as an ambassador has made the most enormous difference to the Trust's work and has helped to change the lives of countless disadvantaged young people," emotional Brenda began to fumble as she fought hard her tears and continued, "Jamal was, I know, greatly respected and liked by my Trust's staff, supporters and young people who he met during the many years of his involvement."

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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, meets singer and TV presenter Brenda Edwards and rugby player Oghenemaro Miles
King Charles III meets singer and TV presenter Brenda Edwards and rugby player Oghenemaro Miles "Maro" Itoje at a reception at Buckingham Palace (Toby Melville - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

 

At one point, heartbroken Brenda could be seen managing to compose herself after taking some deep breaths and read the "enormous legacy of achievement" king Charles mentioned of Jamal, who was awarded an MBE in 2015 for services to music. "I have such fond memories of the times I met him and can ill afford in this country to lose someone as exceptionally special as your dear son. I fear that this letter can only be hopelessly inadequate under such soul-destroying circumstances and will probably be of no comfort whatsoever in making your sense of anguish any easier to bear. But please know that you and your family are so very much in my thoughts and prayers at this saddest and most heartbreaking of times." King Charles III concluded. 

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Viewers and social media users were moved by the letter and admitted they were in tears by King Charles's heartfelt tribute to Jamal. Many tweets praised Brenda and sent her virtual hugs, and many gushed over King Charles's beautifully sensitive letter and admitted they were touched by King Charles' words. One tweet read, "Must be so comforting to know he was thought of in such high regard by the Royal family for all the work he has done. Sending a virtual hug to Brenda." 

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