Long Lost Family: What Happened Next – 1 June 2021 – 1/6/2021 – Tuesday – ITV

Over the past decade, Long Lost Family has reunited 418 people with missing relatives.

We’ve helped 98 parents to find children they thought they would never see again. We’ve brought 209 siblings together, often for the first time in their lives. But meeting is just the beginning; how easy is it to build relationships after a lifetime apart?

In this episode, we catch up with people, whose lives have been changed forever, to find out ‘What Happened Next?’

Janet Clegg and Anne Clegg were reunited for the first time almost a decade ago. She discusses how their happy mother-daughter relationship has influenced her life. The team also tracks down grandmother Alice Jones, who was searching for her younger brother Sam at the time. There’s also an update on Sharon Harte’s parents, Carole, Terri, and Sandra Harte.

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About Long Lost Family

The BAFTA award-winning documentary series returns to ITV as presenters Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell reunite more family members with their missing loved ones.

With help from a team of trained intermediaries, DNA experts and investigators, Nicky and Davina find people that previously couldn’t be traced and answer questions that have haunted entire lives. And, at a time of international crisis which has seen many people experience separation from loved ones, these reunions have more poignancy than ever.

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