The duo appeared on Lorraine’s sofa to raise awareness of Fibromyalgia, otherwise known as the ‘invisible illness’.
Jackie opened up about the living with the life-changing illness which affects one in 25 people, after being diagnosed two tears ago.
The grandmother spoke of how she’s in “constant pain” which has gradually gotten worse over the course of six years.
Danielle, who is due to give birth in five weeks time, also spoke about how hard it is having her mum struck down with the illness.
She said: “My youngest son is almost four and this started four years ago and it’s got progressively worse. So obviously now, I’m due to have another baby, she would usually be there for me.”
She continued: “I really rely on my mum….it’s really sad to see,” before describing how difficult it was for Jackie to play with her three sons.
However, things took an emotional turn as Jackie described just how much the illness has effected her life.
After speaking about how it doesn’t look like she’s ill from the outside, Jackie told Lorraine that she’s taking “every tablet under the sun” as “nothing takes the pain away”.
She then broke down in tears as the pain of recalling her ordeal became too much to bear.
Danielle was quick to comfort her mum and declared that “I’ll always be there for her.”
Their appearance comes just days after Danielle Lloyd was forced to defend a picture of herself enjoying a jaccuzi in her recent OK! Online baby blog.
She said: “I had some backlash after posting a picture of myself in a bikini. This is my fourth baby, I think I know what I can and can’t get up to.
I did read up about it, and it said the first 12 weeks of pregnancy you’ve got to be careful with jacuzzis, something to do with the temperature and how it can effect the baby.
I’m so far into my pregnancy. Also, when you give birth you get into a warm bath, I have a warm bath every single night and I’ve got no problems, they actually really help me.
I felt so chilled out afterwards and I still haven’t given birth and there’s nothing wrong with the baby, so it couldn’t have been that bad.”
Lorraine continues weekdays at 8.30am on iTV.