The 40-year-old Strictly Come Dancing judge recently revealed that her in-laws are trapped in Ukraine.
She then revealed that she and her Ukrainian husband Evgenij Voznyuk were “in contact” with her in-laws but there is “nothing they can do” to help.
One fan asked Motsi on Twitter: “Any news about your parents? Xx.”
To which the dancing judge replied: “We are contact with them ! The spend more than half the day yesterday in the bunkers!!!
“In Kharkiv there are heavy battles so we can’t get to them!
“At the moment there is nothing we can do . We did try to get them earlier in Germany.”
Shortly after, she took to Instagram and shared an image of her mother-in-law in the bunker.
She penned: “My mother last few days, they have spent most of their time in the basement! It is winter cold , no heating. They tried to buy food but we’re not capable to get anything. We are in contact every few hours . They will sleep there tonight.”
She then said: “The question why didn’t they leave earlier is not relevant and innocent children & people are suffering for what ??? They have build their homes, their lives.”
Before adding: “They have to build and again it’s being destroyed for what ???? Is this what peace looks like ? Is this your Putin bring peace?”
Motsi then continued: “Every night we sleep not knowing what the news will be the next day !!!!! But to receive a call at 05:00 hearing a mother cry filled with fear telling us she loves us is nothing I wish apon anyone.
“Thank you to all who have taken time to write, I am trying to not make this about me , I am in conflict as to how much I I will open my private life but I know many Ukrainian people and it’s personal. It’s family.”
Fans were quick to support Motsi, on both Twitter and Instagram.
Motsi married her Ukrainian husband Evgenij Voznyuk in 2017 and the couple share a daughter together.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge then issued another post in support of Ukraine, writing: “If the Ukrainians are not safe , we are all not safe.”
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