The Northern Irish TV host, 68, has found comfort in what she believes to be 'messages' from her late daughter.
Speaking to Fern Britton and Philip Schofield on This Morning earlier today, Hunniford said she regularly encounters lone feathers, which she believes are a sign from Keating in Heaven"
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I do feel very sorry for Gloria Hunniford on the loss of her daughter, but is this really dealing with your grief? She has obviously been through a hell of a time but is retreating into a fantasy world the best course of action. This article comes off the back of a new program she is hosting on SKY Real lives called "Angels". I had to watch it because I am a bit of a masochist when it comes to these things. And it was, as I suspected, a lamentable piece of television.
It involved members of the public sharing their angelic experiences, with angel "experts" on hand, to offer rational or divine explanations for these experiences. I am not quite sure what qualifies you to be an angel expert? Any thoughts?
LOL I hadn't heard that particular snippet from Carlin before. He's right, there is an awful lot of negative shit about Goblins!George Carlin, he was an expert on angels
A vegetarian one....Obviously
I'm just lurking because this whole topic is so lamentable*
* not a dig at whoever posted it, more at the people who fall for this nonsense.
They are actually preying on vulnerable people's distress.
Profiteering from other's despair.
They are despicable.
Just write a load of books full of made-up stuff about them.Chineapple punk wrote: I am not quite sure what qualifies you to be an angel expert? Any thoughts?
Whatever GH is getting from her fantasies about her daughter's posthumous communications, at least they do no harm to anyone else.
Her continually promoting (as well as financially supporting) homeopathy and other quackery, on the other hand...source.
This from a woman with a catalogue of health concerns.I have regular acupuncture and homeopathic treatment from Jan de Vries, who runs alternative health clinics around the country.
'He is my first port of call if something goes wrong.
He is hugely popular here.
I think it's probably impoetant to remember that GH is not doing her series on Sky for free. She will be handsomely paid for her contributions.
At least it's not my license fee -though it is my Sky subs