Linda Robson has shared an emotional video of her son, Louis, singing a song about mental health.
The Loose Women star, 60, posted the clip to her Instagram on Sunday as she told fans she’s “proud” of her son.
In the black-and-white video, 27-year-old Louis is seen playing the guitar as he sang into a microphone.
Proud mum Linda captioned the post: “My son wrote a beautiful song about his experiences with mental health.
“1 in 4 people suffer with depression it’s nothing to be ashamed of so proud of you @louisdunford.”
She added: “I put the full video in my bio if you want to watch it all.”
In the video, Louis sings: “The sun is shining outside but there’s a storm in my skull.
“And I was feeling just fine but the drugs and the wine started taking their toll. See my friends were relieved that I was on the mend.
“And my family and me, well we almost believed I was normal again. But then you came along like a song I can’t get out of my head. Hello depression, I guess you’re back again.”
Fans gushed over Louis’ voice with one person commenting: “That’s just wonderful… you have an amazing talent.”
Another wrote: “Beautiful… straight from the heart,” while a third added: “So amazing! His voice! The words! WOW.”
It comes weeks after it was reported that police and ambulances visited Linda’s home over her “erratic behaviour”.
A source told The Sun: “It all got a bit too much for Linda and the family, and that’s why they called in police and experts.
“The family reached breaking point as Linda’s behaviour was becoming a bit erratic. They were worried she might hurt herself.”
The ITV panellist has previously revealed she suffers with anxiety and health fears.
Earlier this month, Linda paid tribute to Louis to celebrate his 27th birthday.
The star posted a series of pictures, that included a throwback shot of Louis when he was little.
She also shared the whole family – husband Mark Dunford and her other two children, Roberta and Lauren – all together.
In the caption, the Birds of a Feather actress wrote: “Happy 27th birthday to my wonderful son @louisdunford love you and so very proud of you xxxx.”
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