BBC’s Huw Edwards leaves fans worried as he’s seen with ‘sore and bloodshot’ eye

BBC viewers have been left worried for Huw Edwards after he was seen with a bloodshot right eye on air.

News watchers shared their worries for the news anchor on social media, with them worried about his health.

During today's royal coverage, the presenter was seen with a bloodshot right eye which left fans concerned.

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The Welsh presenter has been a regular on-screen the past week since it was declared that the Queen was unwell on Thursday (September 8).

Huw, 61, was the host who broke the news of the Queen's death to the nation.

The TV star worked all the way through Thursday and was praised by fans for the professionalism which he has crafted throughout the years.

Huw appeared back on screens again on Monday (September 12) but this time looking not as bright.

Despite looking dapper in a navy suit, viewers spotted the presenter's blood-shot eye, which put his tiredness as the blame.

Fans of the broadcaster took to social media, with one writing: "Worried about Huw's eye. Hope he gets some treatment for that."

A second added: "Poor Huw, your eye looks so sore."

While a third penned: "What's happened to Huw Edwards' eye?"

Other TV viewers suggested Huw had been working too hard and thought it was down to tiredness and stress.

A fourth shared: "Huw Edwards' eye is bloodshot. Bet she's shattered bless him."

A fifth put: "Bit concerned about Huw Edwards' eye, hope he has a good break planned sometime soon, it's probably been the heaviest week of his life."

According to reports, Huw had spent months preparing for the moment of the Queen's death.

Writer Alastair Campbell told fans on Twitter Huw told him months ago how he'd "been preparing, practising and even rehearsing in front of his bathroom mirror for this moment for some time."

In a tweet, Alistair said: "[Huw Edwards] told me a few months ago he had been preparing, practising and even rehearsing in front of his bathroom mirror for this moment for some time.

"He said too that the Queen's death would be the biggest challenge to BBC News in its history. He did superbly."

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