Hayley McQueen dresses in the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag and appears emotional on Sky Sports News as she shows her support while presenting amid the invasion of Russia
- Sky Sports News presenter Hayley McQueen appeared to show her support for Ukraine
- She wore a blue top and a yellow skirt, the colors of the Ukrainian flag
- McQueen appeared to get emotional live on TV, leaving fans worried
Sky Sports News presenter Hayley McQueen appeared to show it for Ukraine amid the ongoing war with Russia.
The sports world has been turned upside down since Russian President Vladimir declared war on Ukraine on Thursday.
McQueen showed her solidarity with Ukraine by wearing a blue top and yellow skirt – the colors of the Ukrainian flag.
She appeared emotional shortly after presenting a segment about war-affected sports stars – leaving fans worried on social media.
One supporter tweeted: ‘Hope @HayleyMcQueen feeling great. It looked like she started crying during that last off-screen report.”
Another added: “I don’t know what happened but @HayleyMcQueen seemed to have started crying in the middle of the @SkySportsNews report.”
Support for McQueen continued to pour in as a third supporter said: “Loving @HayleyMcQueen wearing blue and yellow on @SkySportsNews”.
Another wrote: “Thank you @HayleyMcQueen for your” – followed by blue and yellow heart emojis – “this morning”. Touch of class and courage. I also hope that all is well for you. It was a difficult time but you recovered brilliantly. Sending all my best wishes to you and yours.
Hayley McQueen showed her support by wearing the colors of the Ukrainian flag
A high-rise building in Kiev was hit by a devastating missile this morning as fighting continues to rage in the capital, with the death toll among Ukrainian civilians now standing at 198 following the Russian invasion.
Shocking footage recorded nearby shows the weapon flying into the building, located near Zhuliany airport, while CCTV recorded from inside also shows the extent of the damage after the site was hit.
Images show the tower with a hole spanning at least five stories dug into the side and rubble strewn across the street below.