Judge Robert Rinder pays tribute to his late grandmother

Judge Robert Rinder used his slot on Wednesday’s to pay a touching tribute to his late grandmother, Lottie.

The criminal barrister-turned-TV personality, 43, was chatting to panellists Jane Moore, Sophie Morgan, and Katie Piper about his upcoming Snow White panto stint. 

However the topic of conversation took a heartfelt turn when he was asked who has been there to ‘big him up.’

'To think she's not with us leaves us empty': Judge Robert Rinder paid tribute to his late grandmother Lottie on Wednesday's Loose Women

‘To think she’s not with us leaves us empty’: Judge Robert Rinder paid tribute to his late grandmother Lottie on Wednesday’s Loose Women

‘Strong amazing women like my mum.If you enjoyed this write-up and you would like to get additional facts relating to slot online yang sering kasih jackpot kindly visit the internet site. She did the fundamental thing, she said she wanted me to be happy and she meant it.

‘I had unconditional love in absolute bucketfuls and belief. Women who were proud of my achievements but above all thought that it mattered most that I was was kind – and they taught me how to hear and to listen,’ he replied.

Continuing on a poignant note, Robert said: ‘The centre of that was my grandma who died at the weekend.She was 97. So she was the kind of spiritual and emotional epicentre of our family.’

Legacy: Over the weekend, the presenter also marked his grandmother's life (pictured right), sharing a black-and-white image accompanied by a moving caption with his Instagram followers

Legacy: Over the weekend, the presenter also marked his grandmother’s life (pictured right), sharing a black-and-white image accompanied by a moving caption with his Instagram followers

Lottie lived through The Second World War, an experience which her grandson said ‘very few of us’ have the capacity to understand.   

‘She went through a trauma that only a few of us have the capacity to understand but she didn’t have a day of bitterness or unkindness.She just wanted us to be happy.

‘To think she’s not with us leaves us empty but to have had her fills us with joy,’ he reflected. 

Open: Robert, 43, was chatting to the panellists about his upcoming Snow White panto stint. However the topic of conversation took a heartfelt turn when he was asked who has been there to 'big him up'

Open: Robert, 43, was chatting to the panellists about his upcoming Snow White panto stint.However the topic of conversation took a heartfelt turn when he was asked who has been there to ‘big him up’

Over the weekend, the presenter also marked his grandmother’s life, sharing a black-and-white image accompanied by a moving caption with his Instagram followers.

‘My Grandma Lottie was born 97 years ago, working fearlessly through the bombs of the Blitz.She died this morning without a day of complaint or bitterness. Her generation defeated tyranny, safeguarding freedom for us all.

‘We must never forget their sacrifice! #RemembranceDay2021,’ he wrote.

Tribute: 'She died this morning without a day of complaint or bitterness' Robert wrote over the weekend

Tribute: ‘She died this morning without a day of complaint or bitterness’ Robert wrote over the weekend

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