Loose Women star Kéllé Bryan became emotional as she talked about her ongoing battle with Lupus.
The 45-year-old television presenter spoke about living with the condition cerebral lupus.
Kéllé suffered a stroke back in 2016, which resulted in her having to relearn how to walk and talk.
Her condition caused her to lose the ability to speak, and the presenter shared a video clip from years ago after her stroke.
Kéllé fought back tears as she watched the video from 2016 in which she stammered heavily and her speech was slurred.
She said: "It's still hard to watch it."
Denise Welch began to cry as she saw the heartbreaking video of her co-star and friend.
Speaking about her last round of chemotherapy, Kéllé said: "It was actually last week, Friday, I had my last truxima infusion.
"I have one every six months, which keeps my disease under control and enables me to live a practically normal life.
"Which I am really grateful, because I am in a position where I can live a pretty much normal life.
"But obviously where I have come from since 2016 is a massive long journey."
Kéllé said she wanted to raise awareness for her condition, as she explained: "I never watch it because I find it too painful to put myself back in that situation, but that was me and those are the effects of lupus.
"But the reason I talk about it is because there isn't an awareness of lupus like there is with cancer and other diseases, which is why I am willing to use my story to help other people to understand the effects of the disease."
Viewers were moved by the soap star's emotional revelation.
One said: "@kellebryan your are such a brave Woman! Thank you for sharing your story about Lupus!!"
While another wrote: "Extremely brave and emotive. Well done Kelle. We are all so proud of you and wish you continued health."
"@loosewomen please THANK @kellebryan for highlighting LUPUS. I suffer with this myself and really appreciate Kéllé talking about it. She is an inspiration!", added a third fan who appreciated Kéllé honestly.
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.