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Heartbreaking moment son breaks down in tears as he reveals 'gut-wrenching' pain of losing his mother to coronavirus

Heartbreaking moment son breaks down in tears as he reveals 'gut-wrenching' pain of losing his mother to coronavirus
A heartbreaking video shows a son breaking down in tears as he reveals he has lost his mother to coronavirus and was unable to say goodbye.
Stuart Hamlin's mother Tracy was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Portsmouth on Monday after developing symptoms. 
She died four days later, with her son and the rest of her family unable to see her one last time. 
Hospitals across the country are banning visitors on coronavirus wards to stem the spread of the infection.Hours after she died, Mr Hamlin posted an emotional video describing the 'gut-wrenching' pain of losing her. 
He said: 'On Monday mum got taken to hospital. It looked like it was this corona. That was Monday. And now it's Thursday and she's gone. Just like that, gone.' 
Unable to control his emotions, he burst into tears, sobbing helplessly, as he warned that this 'f***ing thing ain't playing' and begged people to stay at home.   
Stuart Hamlin's mother Tracy (pictured) went to hospital on Monday and died on Thursday
Stuart Hamlin's mother Tracy (pictured) went to hospital on Monday and died on Thursday
He continued: 'And we can't grieve, we can't comfort each other. We can't hold each other. 'Losing someone is hard enough but not being able to hold your family close when you do is the most gut-wrenching pain I've ever felt in my life. 
'It ain't until it's closer to home that you realise how dangerous it is. I love you mum.'
Mr Hamlin's heart-wrenching post has been viewed more than four million times, with wellwishers sending their support online.
He paid tribute to his 'beautiful' mother with another Facebook post on the day she died, but said he wanted to upload a video to make people see the gravity of the situation.Mr Hamlin wrote: 'It is with a heavy heart that I let you all know that our beautiful mum sadly went to sleep early hours of this morning after fighting this horrendous virus in hospital since Monday.
'I can’t even begin to explain the pain and grief this has caused our family, not being able to grieve or hold one another in this difficult time. It hurts so bad. It’s like a bad dream we can’t wake up from.
'Mum you was loved by so so many people. So many will miss your gentle, kind ways. How funny you was...’if your good I’ll let you make me a cuppa tea’
'You have no idea how much you have helped me In my darkest days, when I thought all hope was lost you held me and told me it was going to be ok.
'Your arms wrapped tight around me, your head on my chest, squeezing me with what little strength you had left. 
Mr Hamlin is pictured with his mother Tracy (centre) and the rest of his family
Hamlin is pictured with his mother Tracy (centre) and the rest of his family 
Hours after she died, Mr Hamlin (pictured with his mother) posted an emotional video describing the 'gut-wrenching' pain of losing her
Hour after she died, M Hamlin (pictured with his mother) posted an emotional video describing the 'gut-wrenching' pain of losing her
'I could feel how much you loved me. It flowed out of you like a rainbow. It made me feel like I was loved far beyond what words can describe. A feeling I will never forget
'So much I needed to do and say. So much more I wanted to do, and So much I can’t undo or change. 
'I am so thankful for the love you gave me even when I didn’t deserve it. You will always be in my heart. Always.' 
Mr Hamlin's posts accumulated thousands of replies, with one person writing: 'My deepest thoughts to you and your family the hardest part of this situation most be not been able to grieve with your other members of family.
'I hope your powerful message to all makes people realise no one is safe take care of yourself and others too x'
Another person posted: 'So sorry to hear this, it actually brought a tear to my eye seeing how broken it has made you! May she rest in perfect peace!
'I hope you don't mind me sharing this so people can understand and see your story...'
Someone else commented: 'I'm so very sorry Stu. I don't have the words, this virus is evil.
'As you know we were neighbours for 25 years and she always stopped for a chat.
'The world needs to take notice and everyone needs to do as they are told - I know everything is raw, just grieve in your own way. You know I'm here if you need me. Please stu take care xxxx.'
Today has seen the biggest increase in the number of UK coronavirus deaths to 578 and 11,658 confirmed cases. 

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