"The wind blew across my face and through my eyes and a single tear came out."
“Sorry, this is a moving moment."
The corporation has said it "accepts" Ofcom's decision, which relates to a BBC News broadcast last month.
The journalist revealed that it took eight hours to travel just two miles to the crossing.
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The BBC newsreader also explained how his diagnosis changed his outlook on life.
"People tend to think that if you are confident, then you never doubt yourself. But that’s not true."
The journalist was the first woman to hold the role after she was appointed in 2015.
The presenter was first diagnosed with the illness in 2014 and again in 2017.