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& # 39; At the end I was in tears & # 39 ;: Casey Donovan reveals that she became emotional while exploring her native roots on SBS & Who Do You Think You Are?

& # 39; At the end I was in tears & # 39 ;: Casey Donovan reveals that she became emotional while exploring her native roots on SBS & Who Do You Think You Are?

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Casey Donovan, 31, has recalled the emotional process of discovering her ancestors on SBS & Who Do You Think You Are.

The winner of the Australian Idol revealed that she had registered for the show to find out more about her Aboriginal roots.

Talk to 9 Honey on Tuesday Casey said the experience was emotionally exhausting but in the end & # 39; beautiful & # 39; and rewarding.

& # 39; At the end I was in tears & # 39 ;: Casey Donovan reveals that she became emotional while exploring her native roots on SBS & Who Do You Think You Are?

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& # 39; At the end I was in tears & # 39 ;: Casey Donovan reveals that she became emotional while exploring her native roots on SBS & Who Do You Think You Are?

& # 39; At the end I was in tears because it was so beautiful, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; All the doubts I had about who I am, I am good enough, all those thoughts went away because of the questions that were answered. & # 39;

At the show, Casey discovered that her mother, Tracy Axford, comes from a long line of nurses that can be traced back to English convicts, while her father is worthy of Aboriginal.

Background: During the show, Casey discovered that her mother, Tracy Axford, comes from a long line of nurses that can be traced back to English convicts, while her father is from Aboriginal

Background: During the show, Casey discovered that her mother, Tracy Axford, comes from a long line of nurses that can be traced back to English convicts, while her father is from Aboriginal

Background: During the show, Casey discovered that her mother, Tracy Axford, comes from a long line of nurses that can be traced back to English convicts, while her father is from Aboriginal

While her mother was not always open about her descent, Casey said she had her support to participate in the show.

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Although Casey said that she looks like her mother in many different ways, she hinted that they had a distant relationship.

& # 39; We call each other a few times or I stop by for coffee. We won't spend much time together, but if we do, we'll catch up and compensate for lost time, & she said.

No where: Although Casey looked like her mother Tracy (right) in many different ways, she hinted that they had a distant relationship.

No where: Although Casey looked like her mother Tracy (right) in many different ways, she hinted that they had a distant relationship.

No where: Although Casey looked like her mother Tracy (right) in many different ways, she hinted that they had a distant relationship.

The comments come after Casey has revealed women's Day on Monday that the experience her & # 39; whole & # 39; had made.

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& # 39; As a child I missed (my dad) and tried when I was 18 when I was asked to go to this show – it made me well & she said.

& # 39; I wouldn't say I wasn't happy in my skin, but knowing my identity completely was always a challenge for me, & # 39; famous Casey.

Her parents divorced when she was only three years old and she was raised in the interior of Sydney by her mother and stepfather, Norm.

Childhood: her parents divorced when she was only three years old and she grew up in the interior of Sydney through her mother and stepfather, Norm (pictured with Casey)

Childhood: her parents divorced when she was only three years old and she grew up in the interior of Sydney through her mother and stepfather, Norm (pictured with Casey)

Childhood: her parents divorced when she was only three years old and she grew up in the interior of Sydney through her mother and stepfather, Norm (pictured with Casey)

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