Kelly Clarkson had an emotional moment on her talk show this week after Henry Winkler gave her daughter some heartfelt advise.
On Tuesday, the 77-year-old Barry actor came on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where the two discussed Winkler's accomplishment as an author, which includes over 30 children's book titles.
"I was driving my daughter to school yesterday, and she's dyslexic," the 40-year-old mother of two explained. "You've also told me that you're dyslexic."
I find it incredible to tell my daughter that you've authored 40 novels and are dyslexic."
The talk show host went on to say that River Rose, 812, was "getting bullied at school for not being able to read like all the other kids."
Clarkson said that she "didn't know how common" the learning gap was, while Winkler stated that one in every five children is diagnosed.
"She's part of the tribe!" he exclaimed, before delivering a message to the second grader.
"River! "How you learn has nothing to do with how brilliant you are," he continued as Clarkson sobbed into the camera.
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