Stacey Solomon couldn't help but wipe away a tear during Friday's Loose Women, after watching an emotional montage of the highs and lows of the year.
Bringing the 2020 series to an end, ITV played a video of the show's best bits, highlighting the funny moments and bloopers that had viewers laughing.
However, they also showed the heartaches, with Loose Women stars tearing up over the Covid pandemic, or bravely discussing the challenges they faced in their personal lives.
After watching the clip, Stacey wiped away a tear, and admitted she felt "lucky" to be a part of the Loose Women team.
Nadia Sawalha took a moment to reflect after the footage that had played, saying: "We really are so blessed to be here."
The mum-of-two then pointed out their friendship was at the heart of the show, as they looked back on clips of the panellists laughing and joking together.
Nadia then turned to ask Stacey her opinion on the throwback footage, as she dabbed at her eyes.
Stacey agreed, saying: "Like what you were saying before, how lucky to be able to work in a workplace where you can genuinely be friends with the people you work with."
Brenda Edwards, who wowed viewers with her beautiful vocals in the closing scenes of the show, was in agreement, saying: "I echo everything that everybody said."
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