Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards says late son Jamal visits her as a fox

Brenda Edwards has said her late son Jamal Edwards visits her as a fox. The Loose Women star revealed that the 31-year-old music entrepreneur, who died from a cardiac

arrythmia last February, makes his presence known to her in the form of the animal. “He’s around me all the time," said Edwards, who explained that her son had a love of

foxes since he was 15 when he used to film them in the back garden. “I feel it,” she insisted. “I have foxes coming up to me and sitting like a dog and waiting for me to

stroke them.” The ITV panellist continued: “I don’t see foxes anywhere, then when I finished my panto and went back to my apartment, there was a fox sitting outside

patiently waiting for me.” According to the Daily Star, Edwards believes she will be reunited with Jamal and her parents, who died when she was four years old. “It

keeps me going and helps me face the day," she said. “I’m here to spread joy, love and laughter.” Last week, the 53-year-old said she was left in tears after hearing

Ed Sheeran’s rap tribute to her son. He had been known for his music platform SBTV, which launched the careers of some of UK’s biggest music acts. Last Tuesday,

Sheeran revealed that he would be helping to relaunch F64 [Fresh 64], SBTV’s flagship freestyle rap series. To kick off the launch, the pop star posted a clip on social

media of himself performing a freestyle rap dedicated to Edwards on an empty stage. During ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Edwards said she was "overwhelmed" by the