Joe Wicks in tears as he says he's feeling 'so low' after third national lockdown news

JOE Wicks was left in tears in an emotional video last night as he spoke about feeling "so low" after a third lockdown was announced.

The fitness instructor, 34, took to Instagram to share his thoughts and feelings after Prime Minister Boris Johnson tightened restrictions once again.

He opened on the social media platform and explained how he is struggling to stay in a positive mindset.

Joe also expressed his sympathy for those who may be cooped up in small houses and may be by themselves.

"For me personally, I’m so emotional. ‘I’m thinking about all the people out there that are struggling and that have got families and kids, living in tiny little flats, who can’t afford healthy food and heating," he said.

"I was one of those kids, I was living in a council flat 30 years ago when I was a kid. I was one of [those] people and I can’t help but feel for these families and businesses that are struggling."

Joe began to tear up when talking about his wife Rosie and daughter Indie, thankful he was able to look after and provide for them.

"I was sitting there with Indie and she was on my lap and I’m like, we’re in this lovely house and I can look after you, I can keep you warm, I can keep you everything you want.

"There’s so many parents out there that can’t do that right now…and that breaks my heart."

He then added: "I’m trying to let you know that it’s okay to be upset and feel down right now, and it’s okay to not be this really strong person all the time."

The fitness guru Joe Wicks has vowed to lead the nation in PE classes three times a week again to help kids in lockdown.

The Body Coach’s exercise classes were a hit with parents and children cooped up in the house all day back in spring.

He said: “Hello to all the parents and teachers out there. This is a message to let you know that as of Monday 11 January I am bringing PE with Je back three days a week live on the Body Coach TV.”

“I am hoping three days is going to help young children and families get through this difficult time when schools are closed, to bring some energy, to change their mood, lift their spirits and their mental health.
“And to kick their day off with something positive.”

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