Jackie ‘O’ Henderson reveals why she was crying in paparazzi photos taken at a cafe

Jackie ‘O’ Henderson has addressed photos in which she appears to break down in tears while drinking coffee with a friend.

The 49-year-old radio co-host from Sydney was caught by local paparazzi on Thursday as she sat outside a cafe and appeared to become emotional as she spoke to a friend.

At one point, Henderson wiped his eyes with a napkin, then later hugged the woman.

I speak on her KIIS FMThe Kyle and Jackie O Show on Friday, after the photos made the rounds, Henderson’s co-host Kyle Sandilands asked if she was feeling well.

“It doesn’t look good,” Henderson said.

“I was just having coffee with a girlfriend and something came up and it was a little emotional, and I had a little eye patch.”

Unconvinced, Sandilands said: “A little bit of a blemish? It is a two-handed, double-edged tissue. Look at this photo!”

Apparently unwilling to go into detail about the private moment, Henderson giggled and joked, “They [the cafe] he had no almonds.”

While Henderson and Sandilands’ hit show, which also plays in Melbourne, is usually full of their signature X-rated material and endless laughs, the pair do share emotional moments from time to time.

In May, Henderson broke down in tears on the show when she spoke about a difficult period in her personal life last winter.

“I went through things last year that weren’t great,” she said at the time.

The mother-of-one went on to explain how people would visit her beachside home in Clovelly and watch the whales from the living room, even though she would never be around enough to notice. That was until recently, when she finally saw a whale – something she felt was a sign she was on the mend.

“All last winter – because you can see the beach from my house – every time someone came to my house, whether it was a personal trainer, a friend, family, they would always sit in the lounge and then they’d say, ‘Oh my God, a whale !'” she said.

“You would see a whale that jumped out. And each time we looked again, but then I looked in the wrong direction. They go ‘there’ and I would miss that. It was just this running joke. Everyone but me would see those whales jumping out of the ocean.

“Life wasn’t exactly wonderful. But in the back of my mind I knew that the day I would finally see that whale jump out of the ocean was the day I would know it was a sign from the universe that you are going, you are okay now.

“Now I know that my life is on the right track and I know that things in my life are good.”

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