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'So many questions I wish I'd asked' Rachel Riley shares emotional post after family loss

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A post shared by Rachel Riley (@rachelrileyrr)Donaldbell1944 wrote: “You are so right about ‘the questions I would have asked them’.“Nowadays, I find myself simply sharing stuff with my children so that they don’t have that regret.“Needless to say they find some of it trying.”Pievsky wrote: “We are all guilty of not asking questions to our family.“We don’t realise until it’s too late xx.”The_craigt gushed over the good looks of one of Rachel’s family members in the photo.He penned: “One of your granddads looks like a James Bond Roger Moore.”Elsewhere, Rachel was recently replaced in her role as a maths expert on Countdown by Anne-Marie Imafidon, 31.Speaking to Steph McGovern on Channel 4’s Packed lunch, Anne-Marie explained that the job is tougher than it looked."It was fun in a way, but it's still a job," Anne-Marie admitted."Like, it's six things at the same time, I'm having to check their answers, I'm having to write it legibly, I'm also having to move."I've got bigger hair than Rachel does so I'm having to stand and not cover Anne's camera or the numbers or the letters.”.

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