Ana Navarro is co-hosting Scene Opened about his mother all week on Friday, October 1. The political commentator spoke of his mother being hospitalized and seriously ill. Navarro also shared with the rest of the panel what he regrets not doing with his mother while she was healthy.
‘The View’ co-host shares good and bad news about her mother
Navarro is one of the audience’s favorite co-hosts Scene For he is quick-tempered and his tongue is sharp. The television personality is never afraid to voice her opinion and always uses humor to take her point home. During season 25 of the ABC talk show, Navarro has been appearing more regularly and opened up about her mother who was recently hospitalized.
“I’m sorry for the things I haven’t done and I’ve been thinking about it a lot this week,” Navarro shared on the show. “I’ve told you all – my mom is incredibly sick and she was cremated a few days ago. And I’m really sorry I didn’t spend much time with her when she was healthy. Today she out of ICU She has come out. I don’t know how long she will last, but I have to call her every day.”
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Ana Navarro shared more details on Instagram
The good news is that Navarro’s mother is out of the hospital but the bad news is that she is still not well. Navarro also took to Instagram to reveal more about the situation and shared how she was going to cherish every moment with her mother.
“My mother was hospitalized in Nicaragua, barely conscious, unable to speak for over a week,” Navarro explained. “The doctors said he only had a few days to live. I have worked through it. It’s the only way I know how to deal with things. But I’ve cried a lot behind the scenes, ready for bad news. It’s been really tough. It has struck me to see how distressed my father, who has not left his side, is. “
Navarro continued to say that for now, she has “the gift of a little more time” and shared that she had to talk to him the night before. Scene The co-host also thanked all those who prayed for her mother’s well being.
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Fans give Ana Navarro words of support
After sharing the heartwarming story on Instagram, Navarro received several words of support from her followers. The television personality got a lot of encouragement from her fans and advised her to visit her mother in person.
One fan suggested, “Go meet your mom, now that you’ve been given a second chance before, it’s not too late, bless and hug you both.”
“I’m so sorry Anna. I’m praying for your entire family and may God give you all the peace that is beyond all understanding,” replied another fan.
“Hey Ana. Excuse me. May your mother give strength to your family and you,” said one follower.
“Awesome Ana. Your mom is clearly a fighter and I think you’ve found your soul mate! Good news,” commented another follower.
Scene Airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET and ABC at 10 p.m. CT/PT.