Edwards spoke of her son Jamal’s final moments during a pre-recorded interview on Monday’s edition of #LooseWomen.
Edwards has not been on the ITV daytime show since it was announced about the loss of son Jamal, who founder of SB.TV, after his sudden death in February at just 31.
This is the first time she has spoken of her son on television since his passing, Explaining to Coleen Nolan that despite the great tragedy of her son Jamal’s passing, she took comfort from knowing that she was “holding his hand” in his final moments.
“The one thing that I want to say is I was with him, and his sister was with us. We were all at home, it was sudden,” she told Nolan ahead of her return to the panel on Tuesday. She said. “He went into a cardiac arrest, and then he passed with me holding his hand, so I get a little bit of comfort knowing I was with him. As much as that is comfort at the same time, it is a vision that I’m never gonna forget.”
She also spoke about his Foundation Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust: if you want to donate click here:
Jamal was passionate about empowering youth and providing the next generation with both the life skills and opportunities to maximise their potential.
It has been set up with an objective to support those causes that mattered most to Jamal. The Trust will target three key interrelated areas : (i) Combatting homelessness; (ii) Supporting people with mental health issues and; (iii) Providing young people with essential life skills.
The music pioneer Jamal Edwards was the founder of the online urban music platform SB.TV and the son of Loose Women star Brenda Edwards – died, aged 31