The 62-year-old, who used to host her own talk show, appeared during Lorraine Kelly’s segment where she spoke of how she “covered her face with talcum powder to look white” as a child.
Trisha informed Lorraine how her mother Agnes Fortune came to the UK as part of the Windrush generation.
Agnes sadly died in 2004, and Trisha heartbreakingly told the host how she was “glad” that her beloved mother isn’t around today to see how racism is still ongoing around the world.
As her voice broke, Trisha said: “I miss her, just talking about her makes me very emotional… But in some ways I’m actually glad she’s no there to see.”
Trisha then started to cry, apologising to Lorraine as she explained: “Some of the racial abuse I have been getting… I remember when I was a little girl, I used to get talcum powder and mix it with water.
“I’d put it on my face and pretend to be white.”
As Trisha continued to try and hold back her tears Lorraine admitted she found the chat “heartbreaking”.
Trisha recently revealed how her children, Billie, 30, and Madison, 27, were bullied after comic Leigh Francis’ impersonation of her on his Bo’ Selecta show between 2002 and 2004.
Leigh wore rubber masks to mock a host of celebs – including other black stars such as Craig David and Mel B.
Trisha said how she contacted Leigh at the time when the show first aired, but felt she was unable to speak publicly about it because she feared it would damage her own career by doing so.
After Leigh joined in with the Black Lives Matter movement last month a furious Trisha accused of him hypocrisy.
The comedian, also known as Keith Lemon, reportedly took Trisha’s concerns seriously, apologised and spoke to Trisha’s children to hear their stories.
However, Trisha said she received abuse when she called him out last month, she said: “I don’t mind people joking about me, but it was the big lips the big nose of the character, and a lot of people said ‘why didn’t you say anything then’, assuming I didn’t.
“The other thing is people are saying ‘lighten up it’s a joke’ but if he portrayed Vanessa Feltz, a proud Jewish presenter, with a big nose, or Gok Wan working in a Chinese takeaway, they are all abhorrent, and I didn’t realise until very recently how badly bullied my children were.
“Since Leigh made that apology I have been subjected to even more abuse.
“(People saying) You’ve ruined his career just because you can’t take a joke, and there have been threats.”
Keith, 47, also released a statement to his fans as well as a personal apology to Trisha in private.
He filmed himself saying: “I didn’t realise how offensive it was.
“I just want to say sorry for any upset I caused whether I was Michael Jackson, Craig David, Trisha Goddard.”
Good Morning Britain with Lorraine airs weekdays on ITV at 9am