Laura Tobin broke down in tears at Good Morning Britain as she continued her report from the Arctic Circle.
The weather presenter on Monday’s show was first seen in Slobard – halfway between Norway and the North Pole.
Laura, 39, is here to highlight the serious threat posed by climate change to the Arctic and its effects.
The GMB Star got emotional over its final report on Tuesday’s show as it discussed why it made the trip in the first place.
Speaking in tears, Laura said, “I’m here … I’ve been away from Charlotte. [her daughter] For six days and my producer Ruth hasn’t seen her daughter – she’s never been a night away – and I wanted to come here and tell people a story.
“It’s not a story, it’s a fact.”
“My little Charlotte took this picture of a polar bear and asked me to give it to the polar bear – I’m not clearly because it’s so dangerous,” Laura said with a laugh.
“But if I had come here when she was my age, there probably wouldn’t be polar beats in Svalbard and we were talking about what we can do, just understand the truth and everyone makes a difference and everyone Work together and all work together and don’t raise a finger. Help. “
He ended by saying: “I hope you enjoy what you have done because we liked it even though I am crying.”
Returning to Susanna Reid and Richard Medley at GMB Studios, the hosts asked if she was OK before Susanna spoke. “Laura, you said earlier that sometimes people go to this particular place for a few days and end up staying for years because they are very compelled by what they see and what they need to do. …
“I know Charlotte means you’re coming back or we’ll be in danger of staying with you.”
Laura laughs and explains that her little girl understands why her mother has left.
“I want to tell him that we have done our best to keep the landscape the same for him.”
On Monday’s show, Laura was told that over the past 50 years, winter temperatures have risen by 7.7 degrees Celsius and summer temperatures by 2.5 degrees Celsius.
But GMB viewers were left wondering why Laura had to fly to the Arctic. For his report
However, an ITV spokesman said: “Good Morning All flights booked as part of the UK’s Arctic voyage were carbon offset. It worked because they wanted to show how global warming is affecting the region. “
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