Many mums in the Anglia region are now having to self-isolate either because of age, health issues, or they themselves are experiencing coronavirus symptoms.
Age UK Norfolk said: "There are plenty of ways you can celebrate without putting yourself and others at risk, including going for walks, picking up the phone or using other methods of technology to maintain valued contact.”
As a socially responsible way of sending their love, our viewers sent their quarantined mums these lovely messages:
My mum, Edwina Haddon, is the world to me and is selfless. She has diabetes and is looking after my dad, who has cancer. They both can't go out. I'd like her bravery and selflessness to be recognised.
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This is my amazing mum, Sarah, who’s isolating in Ipswich, being asthmatic. I’m isolating where I now live in Cornwall, being diabetic. We were looking forward to a family holiday in Cornwall for Easter, but until we reunite, I hope she knows how much I miss her everyday. I promise a cream tea will await her. You're the best!
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Happy Mother’s Day to my fabulous mum, Betty Wright! 93-years-young, so she is isolating with dad, which means no visit from us all this year. FaceTime instead! Have a fabulous day - get dad to cook for you.
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Happy Mothers Day to my amazing mum, Trisha Allen. My mum means the world to me. She is self isolating in Lowestoft as high risk, whilst I am in Durham. Mum, you are always there for all of us, supporting us and making us smile. It's difficult at the moment but you are keeping me grounded. I will definitely see you later in the year, until then Dilly Dilly. Love you with all my heart and have a fab day. Love, Claire and Aron.
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We would like to say Happy Mothers Day to our amazing Mum, Doreen Andrews. Thank you for everything you do for us & our families. All our love, always, Samantha, Kerry, Buck, Allan, Paige & Kiera xxxx
Mum & Dad are self isolating at the moment as they both are pensioners and have underlying health issues. It's so hard not being able to see them face to face, but it's the best thing to do at the moment. Thank god for modern technology too, so we can talk and see them that way.
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A very happy mother's day to Pat Parker Brownlie, mum to Drew Jo and Russell, grandmother and great grandmother. Thank you so much for everything you do. I'm so sorry we can't be with you on the day. Love you to the moon and back.
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This is our amazing mum, Carol Mountain, who goes above and beyond for her five children and 15 grandchildren. You are amazing and deserve the world, we all love you so much.
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Want to wish my mum Sally a happy mother's day as she's amazing. She's currently self-isolating to keep my dad safe, as he has neurosarcodosis. Be happy and we love you lots.
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My beautiful mum, Valerie Husband. Happy Mother’s Day love you ? from Jilly
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Happy Mother's day to my Mum Rita...always an emotional day for her after my sister sadly passed away at a young age of 32 leaving us her 2 beautiful girls now grown & mums themselves. Sure this would make her smile if u gave a mention x
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My wonderful mum- Jan Styles is always a phone call away. She does so much not just for me but for my disabled brother, Nigel and very one she loves.. We both love you so much..
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My gorgeous mum (who is in the at risk group) and my amazing son (who would of been taking his GCSE's). Both incredible.
But for my mum, may your broadband stay strong, the crossword easy and my father at an appropriate coffee making distance! Love you Elizabeth May
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To my beautiful mum, whose birthday it was earlier this week. Thank you for all you have done for me and the girls, and continue to do for us. Have a lovely Mother’s Day, I can’t wait to see you when all of this is over. Love from Hannah, Isobel & Mollie
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This is my mum, Val Heron. She is 87 and diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It’s so confusing for her, she used to be a TB nurse and heard that the NHS needs help, so is thinking of applying! Love her lots, like jelly tots is what we say!
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My gorgeous mum (who is in the at risk group) and my amazing son (who would of been taking his GCSE's). They're both incredible.
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Can you give a big shout out to my mum Cynthia who shall be working the weekend at Colchester General Hospital cleaning away and keeping us all safe from this horrible virus. You're my true hero mum and I thank you for all the support and hard work that you do. Many thanks. Wayne. ❤️❤️❤️
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This is my mum Theresa Dorling, she’s been looking after me after a recent c section with my daughter. She’s the best mum ever and don’t know what I’d do without her.