The Steph Show continued with the former BBC presenter speaking to guests about how they were staying connected to their friends and family. Steph also wanted to give viewers advice on what to do to stay in touch with their grandchildren, particularly those who are yet to meet newborns.
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In a video message, Sue and Graham from Hull asked: “Our beautiful granddaughter Darcey was born last week.
“We’ve only been able to see her through the window but we do feel we are connected with her.
“Is there any other advice you can give us on how to build a relationship with her during and after lockdown? Thank you.”
As the camera returned to Steph who was sitting in her kitchen, she opened up about her own concerns regarding her daughter’s connection with her parents.
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Steph recently revealed how her parents helped her to set-up her own Channel 4 after the lockdown began.
Writing in the Radio Times, she explained how they have helped look after her car so she could set up a studio in her garage.
“During each show there’s a production team of 12 on site,” she explained.
“Four are in my garage (I moved my car to my parents’ house), all two metres apart, with eight others either outside orin one of the four trucks on the drive and in the garden.