SAS: Who Dares Wins – Jungle Hell viewers break down in tears as recruit reveals heart-wrenching backstory | The Sun

SAS: Who Dares Wins – Jungle Hell viewers were reduced to tears as a recruit revealed a heart-breaking backstory.

In the most recent episode of the thrilling BBC show, recruit Becky shared her heartbreaking story, which ended in tragedy.

Essex housewife and mother Becky, 35, recalled a heartbreaking time – giving birth to her second child – a daughter who was diagnosed with a brain tumor and sadly passed away three weeks later.

The recruit confessed that the reason she wanted to go on the show was to prove to herself that she can get on her two feet again and motivate herself.

Explaining why she signed up for the show, while holding back her tears, she explained: "Everyone always tells me I'm really strong, like I'm a proper strong person. I don't really ever feel that strong."

She continued: "I just think I've probably been through the worst thing that could ever happen to me, and I'm still here somehow."

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Becky's daughter Darcy died from a brain tumour just three weeks after it was diagnosed.

The brave recruit told the team: "My daughter passed away when she was 2 and a half, of cancer. It doesn't get easier."

"I've got a little boy, so – and he's amazing, he's my rock – you just have to get up the next day and do things because he's there. Life just goes on, doesn't it

Viewers were moved to tears and took to Twitter to applaud Becky's bravery.

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One wrote: "No5 is such a brave woman! She's truly inspirational."

Another added: "That was tough to watch! I'm in tears at this woman's story."

A third penned: "She is so brave and strong! Her daughter would be so proud of her."

Another wrote: "This woman is so bloody brave! Wow. I'm in awe watching this."

The current series sees a group of civilians hoping that they have what it takes to pass a tough SAS selection course deep in the Vietnamese jungle.

SAS Who Dares Wins: Jungle Hell continues next Monday at 9pm on Channel 4.

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