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Rochelle Humes took to her Instagram story on Monday sharing a lengthy quote from the writing page Delicate Hibiscus, adding that she “loved this…”
The paragraph read: “You will find your place. You’ll connect and navigate life with your type of people. You’ll come across spaces that feel like home. You’ll discover your passion and find direction in pursuit of your wildest dreams.
“You’ll become the person you have always hoped to be. Feeling lost can feel scary and discouraging right now but keep exploring. Don’t give up.
“The life that’s awaiting you is so full of wonder, love, adventure, and success. Don’t allow your current position to define your ultimate destination. There is so much more goodness awaiting you, my love.”
The inspiring but cryptic message arrived just hours after the singer returned from her Californian vacation.
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The Saturdays star was enjoying a Los Angeles getaway with her children to celebrate her daughter’s 10th birthday while one of her colleagues became the subject of national controversy.
The 34-year-old has been a regular stand-in presenter on ITV’s This Morning programme for years, hosting the show alongside Phillip Schofield as recently as April when she stepped in for Holly Willoughby who was ill.
Just two weeks ago, Phillip revealed he had an affair with a younger male colleague causing a media storm which ultimately saw the presenter resigning from ITV entirely.
In the aftermath of his revelation, Rochelle was one of the few stars that paid tribute to Phillip as he left the network.
At the time, the singer shared three photos of herself over the years presenting alongside Phillip and gushed over her “big love” for the former This Morning star.
She wrote: “I’ve proudly been a part of the This Morning family for almost 10 years and over the last few, it has been an absolute pleasure learning so much from you.
“Thanks for all the lessons – you’re a fountain of knowledge and laughter.”