Edith Bowman has revealed she spoke to her two sons about mental health after watching Lewis Capaldi struggling at Glastonbury.
The broadcaster was at the side of the stage watching her fellow Scot with her boys Rudy, 15, and 10-year-old Spike. And she thinks that Lewis’ struggle and honesty will “give a voice to a whole generation of young people”.
The Scots singer had cancelled three weeks of shows before his slot at the UK’s biggest festival but still struggled with his Tourette’s, which results in painful, physical tics.
As he was not able to continue, the crowd took over singing his biggest hit Someone You Loved.Edith, who will present TV coverage of TRNSMT on the BBC from tonight, said: “We were at Glastonbury and watched his set.