Good Morning Britain star Laura Tobin calls ITV & # 39; s Dr. Hilary & # 39; my hero & # 39; after he saved her and her daughter's life when she started working early
ITV & # 39; s doctor Dr. Hilary spent 30 years on breakfast TV on Wednesday, with the ones he helped in his career to participate in an emotional homage.
Good Morning Britain presenter Laura Tobin revealed live in the air that she owed Dr. Hilary a lot after the TV medic saved her and her baby's life when she prematurely gave birth, just 27 weeks after her pregnancy.
Laura revealed that she began to feel sick during her work in 2017, and Dr. Hilary was the only one who realized that she was in fact friends with her daughter Charlotte, now two years old.
Held: Like Dr Hilary (right) has celebrated 30 years on breakfast TV, GMB weather presenter Laura Tobin (left) revealed that the TV doctor had saved her and her baby's life
As a tribute was paid to Dr. Hilary live on the air on Wednesday, the GMB star caught up with her own story, admitting that without her colleague's help, it could have been very different & # 39;
& # 39; I was at work and I thought I had a little stomachache or Braxton Hicks and it was only Dr. Hilary who knew that I was going to work 27 weeks after the birth, & # 39; Laura explained, adding that the doctor kept her calm.
& # 39; Dr. Hilary called the hospital, brought me there safely, kept me calm and kept me in the dark for a while, so I didn't panic.
Thank you: the GMB star admitted that things could have been very different without the help of her colleague & # 39; after he realized she was working too early
Her hero: Posting on Twitter after the show, Laura added: & I want to thank Dr. Hilary … My hero & # 39;
Part of the team: On Friday tributes were paid to Dr. Hilary who was in the air live. The GMB star joined her own story (photo L-R Laura, Kate Garraway, Ben Shephard, Susanna Reid, Richard Arnold and Dr. Hilary Jones)
& # 39; Because of him Charlotte arrived safely and it could be a very different story for both of us, so thanks.
Posting on Twitter after the show, Laura added: “I would like to thank Dr. Hilary enormously, he was ready when baby Charlotte arrived early, kept me calm, called the hospital and stayed in touch. My hero. & # 39;
The TV medic, which first appeared in the TV series & # 39; TV-AM & # 39; in the 1980s in 1989, celebrates 30 years of health on screens.
Past and present colleagues sent messages to the star, while cancer survivors claiming their lives were saved because they visited their doctor after following Hilaire Jones & # 39; television advice, following GMB at the doctor on the Lorraine bank also came to say thanks.
Emotional: cancer survivors claiming their lives were saved because they visited their doctor after watching Dr. Hilary Jones' television advice with the doctor on the Lorraine sofa
An emotional retrospective saw Dr. Hilary reviving memories of his time on television including delivering a baby on camera in Haiti and a visit to Sierra Leone.
Dr. Hilary said the guests reminded him why he had & # 39; medicines? & # 39; and said: & # 39; One of the great things … we have had letters about this program.
& # 39; People said thank you for pointing out our prostate cancer symptoms, they told us they found a breast lump after seeing a model showing how to do a breast test. We now have a small file of letters. & # 39;
Viewers help: Hilary said the guests reminded him why he & # 39; has medication & # 39;
Remember this? The TV medic, which first appeared on the TV-AM-TV-AM from the 1980s in May 1989, celebrates 30 years of talking about health on screens (shown on GMTV in 1999)
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