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Loose Women's Jane Moore left 'struggling' on panel as viewers issue advice

Jane Moore was left visibly struggling on Wednesday's Loose Women, as concerned viewers flooded the show with advice for her.

A week after host Christine Lampard checked on colleague Jane as she looked close to tears on camera, the journalist again looked slightly out of sorts as she took her seat on the Loose Women, alongside Christine and co-stars Coleen Nolan and Kelle Bryan.

A clear hint of what was causing Jane's struggle was given at the very start of the live broadcast, when Christine teased an item on potential hayfever cures, something also mentioned by Coleen later into the show as ideas started to come in. And, with around 20 minutes of the episode left and with Jane looking increasingly under the weather, the subject of her battle with hayfever was brought to the forefront of discussions.

As she rubbed her eyes, a clearly frustrated Jane told her ITV colleagues: "They're just constantly itchy. I literally want to take them out of my face and scratch them," as Coleen joked: "Do it then! That's be great telly."

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Viewers at home had been messaging in with possible remedies to try and help Jane, with one social media user suggesting she put cold tea bags under her eyes to help with the puffiness, while other suggestions included an apple, ginger and lemon shot; honey, to which Jane replied: "I've tried the honey thing, I just put weight on."

Jane then read out another suggestion of putting Vaseline under her nostrils, adding: "I mean, that's alright at home, but not when you're out and about." while also twisting her face at other ideas including wearing wrap around sunglasses and a wide rimmed hat, before conceding: "I think if you get it really badly, the only thing that works for me is a jab. That kills it, it's brilliant."

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