Great Morning Britain presenter Ben Shephard has paid out tribute to a visitor of the exhibit who has regrettably died.
The Tv set host took to Twitter just after it was announced that Jack Reynolds, a daredevil pensioner who broke four Guinness Entire world Documents for charity among the ages of 104 and 107, died aged 108.
The relatives of Jack, who was from Derbyshire, announced his unhappy passing on Saturday afternoon indicating he had fallen sick in December very last year.
Ben took to social media to fork out tribute to the beloved visitor of the exhibit, tweeting: “If there was ever a man or woman that embodied the spirit of residing every single instant to the max it was Jack.
“It was a privilege to share his electricity, smile and spirit with country. Katy you helped him share that story splendidly. Farewell Jack what a existence lived!”
Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid also paid out tribute to Jack on Monday’s exhibit, with Piers indicating: “He moved all of us, he impressed all of us, he was a great male.”
Jack’s daughter Jayne Goodwin, fifty nine, announced the unhappy news of his demise.
“There will be the massivest gap in my existence. There will just be a big void but he is left his legacy,” she explained.
Jack had come to be the oldest man or woman to trip a rollercoaster aged 105 and in 2018 the oldest man or woman to trip a zip wire.
He also broke his very last document at 107 when he turned the oldest man or woman to complete as a supporting artist on Hollyoaks.