Good Morning Britain viewers in tears after watching Ben Needham's devastated mum break down during live interview
Good Morning Britain viewers were in tears today during an interview with the mother of Ben Needham today.
Kerry appeared on the show as she waits to find out if her little boy was accidentally run over by a digger driver 25 years ago.
She and her family had hoped her son could still be alive - but after hearing the latest developments in his case, the devastated mum confessed she is no longer expecting good news.
"We need those answers whether they are good or bad," she said. "Unfortunately, it looks like we are going to get a bad one..."
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