Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid broke down live on air on Tuesday morning over the Manchester terror attack.
22 people have died and 59 are injured after an Ariana Grande concert was targeted in the city on Monday evening.
During the live broadcast on Tuesday, Susanna and her GMB co-host Piers Morgan were speaking to mum Charlotte Campbell, whose 15-year-old daughter Olivia had been missing since the explosion.
"I cannot image the agony." Susanna told her. "I cannot imagine what parents are going through this morning."
Manchester terror attack: Earlier we spoke to a parent looking for her missing 15-year-old daughter Olivia Campbell … heartbreaking pic.twitter.com/r0OuKguXhZ— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) May 23, 2017
Susanna then had to pause while visibly holding back tears.
"It doesn't help anybody if I get upset," she continued. "You don't have to be a parent to imagine what people must be going through this morning."
As an image of Olivia was shown on screen, fellow presenter Kate Garraway could then be heard off camera trying to comfort Susanna.