An emotional Lisa Curry broke down over the death of her daughter Jaimi Kenny during an appearance on Channel Seven's The Morning Show on Wednesday.
Jaimi, who Lisa shared with former Ironman Grant Kenny, died from an eating disorder last year at age 33.
Lisa, 59, wiped back tears as she discussed the loss and addressed the overwhelming support that she's received from fans over the past year.
Heartbroken: An emotional Lisa Curry broke down over the death of her daughter Jaimi Kenny during an appearance on Channel Seven's The Morning Show on Wednesday
'It has been really hard and people have been really supportive,' she said, adding that it's been a 'very difficult' time for her.
'I think what I have learnt most is that every second person walking along the street is going through the same thing, so it’s really important to be empathetic of people and be kind to people and just know that people are walking around, feeling like this all the time but people don’t know about it.'
Last week, the Olympian announced plans to release a memoir detailing her swimming career and the tragic death of her eldest daughter.
The book will be called Lisa: 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss and will be released in May, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
The memoir, published by Harper Collins, will address the illness and devastating death of Curry's daughter Jaimi,