GMB’s Laura Tobin breaks down in tears as she shares fears for daughter’s future

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Good Morning Britain presenter Laura Tobin broke down in tears on Tuesday's episode as she spoke about her daughter and the youngster's future.

The meteorologist is presenting live from the Arctic at the moment, and has been talking about climate change.

But on Tuesday, she became visibly upset and wiped away her tears as she spoke about the environmental issues and how her daughter would be upset.

She suddenly became upset and sobbed: "I came here and I have been away from Charlotte for six days and my producer hasn't seen her daughter – she's never had a night away from her.

"And I wanted to come and tell the story of the people here because it's not a story, it's a reality."

The fan-favourite presenter then held up a picture that her young daughter had drawn that she wanted her to give to a polar bear.

Laura explained through tears: "My little Charlotte drew this picture of a polar bear and she asked me to give it to the polar bear.

"I’m obviously not because that’s very dangerous but if I were to come here when she is my age, there’d potentially not be bears here in Svalbard and we were talking about what we can do.

"Just understanding the reality and everyone making a difference and everyone working together and not posting fingers will help."

Earlier this month, Laura spoke of her daughter Charlotte and gave viewers a bit of a life update.

She revealed that her little girl had just started school – a major triumph as Charlotte had been born prematurely.

Laura smiled as she told host Sean Fletcher: "I mean, I know my whole feed has just been full of people and their children’s first day at school but this is a picture of my little Charlotte and I just think it’s a little bit more special all the viewers are aware she was born really prematurely so she was just born at 28 weeks."

She explained that her daughter had been born in the July when she should've been born in the October, adding: "She was born in the completely wrong school year."

However Charlotte had made such good progress that she didn't have to defer a school year – which you can do in that situation – and actually started a year early.

Beaming Laura added: "We were just so proud of her, she ran in, she just had two and a half hours, she came out, she had a fantastic time."

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV

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