Simon Thomas has written a heartbreaking open letter on his late wife on Mother's Day.
Sky Sports presenter lost his wife Gemma in November 2017, just a few days after she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.
Today, he opened up about her heartache, the son of Ethan does not have his mother at his side.
The heart-wrenching open letter to 46-year-old wrote: .. "We thought that it would always be there to guide you to be right behind you as you grew up, matured and began to spread their wings We thought that love and wisdom, it poured into his life never cease to flow. We took it for granted that these days will not end for a long, long time.
"I feel so blessed that my mother was always by my side, and that her love and support for me never diminished. I am blessed that in this day she is still here to send flowers to say thank you and I love you.
"But I feel heartbroken that my boy forever Mother's Day will be very, very different day. The next day, when he will remember her and be grateful for all that she has done for him in the eight short years, but the day will also be laced with stinging pain of her absence.
"I am glad that we have a day when we celebrate our mothers, .. but so much today will be very difficult in the past few weeks, signs of the Mother's Day, which adorn most of the shops have been difficult to digest for those you know who today will not miss my mother is no longer here, there is no father, who will not be there to make them feel special, one mourning the loss of a son or daughter, or those enduring the painful, dashed hopes to be with her mother – to give them a hug. Give them a call. Invite them. Let them know that they are not alone. "
Simon also shared a picture of candles lit for Gemma, along with a map with "Ethan I [love] you "written on the front and graphic kid with his mom.
He said: "Sometimes you've got to do something differently Memory Mummy and celebrates their precious boy #mothersday ..»
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