Studio 10 host Kerri-Anne Kennerley broke down in tears on the show this morning whilst interviewing Australia’s best known Invictus Games athlete.
Former Special Forces sniper commander Garry Robinson lost his leg after a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2010.
He was on the show talking about his injuries and explained how the Invictus Games has saved his life when it became too much for Kennerley.
She burst into tears, before apologising to the guest.
“I’m sorry, I’m so sorry,” Kennerley said as she grabbed Robinson’s hand.
Her co-hosts appeared shocked.
“I’m so sorry, everyone,” Kennerley said through tears. “I just know how painful everything must have been for you and your family. How did you cope with them and they with you?” she asked Robinson.
Robinson then explained the situation, saying that “it’s been an emotional rollercoaster, my recovery.”
After Kennerley composed herself, she tried to lighten the mood by asking about Prince Harry, who created the Invictus Games.
“Let’s get to the fun part, I want to know about Harry," the legendary talk show host quizzed.
“I have met Prince Harry many times and I was fortunate in Toronto when he brought Meghan out to the first sporting event … and he brought her over to me and introduced her to me,” Robinson said.
“She’s very nice. A very pretty girl and he’s a lucky man.”
The Invictus Games is an international sporting event that allows wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel to compete in a variety of different sports.
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