Dame Deborah James has clarified the comment she made about Not dying over Jubilee weekend because his thunder will be stolen by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was a ‘joke’.
The You Me and the Big C podcast host and publicist revealed last month that he is receiving life-long care at your family’s home in Surrey.
He was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in 2016 and began documenting his journey with treatment on social media, which has garnered a huge following.
The 40-year-old, who was awarded her damehood at home from Prince William personally last month, has previously quipped that she was ‘determined not to die’ over Bank Holiday weekend because she ‘didn’t want to steal Meghan’ ‘My thunder’.
He added Sun: ‘I haven’t worked so hard to raise cancer awareness and money to help find a cure, only to miss another Sun front page when I go.’
Dame is Deborah now moved to twitter To clarify things, posting on Sunday: ‘Megan comment is a joke, apparently you can still find a dispatch’ [sic] Have fun in your day! There is no rest.’
‘Is dying the last taboo of them all?’ She asked, before continuing: ‘I thought poo talk was tough, but navigating end of life care makes it easier to check your poo than DNR [do-not-resuscitate order] Chat and respect the documents!’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew from the US to join the royal family for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Special Friday Thanksgiving Service in St. Paul.
In addition, he kept a low profile, although he is believed to have also hosted a ‘relaxed’ first birthday party for daughter Lilibet after her first meeting with the Queen.
Dame Deborah reveals she has Celebrating the news of his brother’s engagement with his loved ones, he threw his ‘last instant party’.
She also shared an honest update of her emotional struggle during her cancer battle, admitting that she was ‘consumed with rage’ as she faced her future and said she ‘didn’t want to die’.
During recent weeks, the campaigner has raised over £6.6 million for her Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK, and had a rose named after her which was displayed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Donate to Dame Deborah James’s Bowelbabe Fund
You, Me and the Big C podcast host Dame Deborah James raised money for a cancer charity after announcing that her own bowel cancer was now terminal.
She is now receiving life-long hospice care at home after her cancer treatment was stopped last month.
With support from Cancer Research UK (CRUK), Dame Deborah and her family established the Bowelbaby Fund, with all funds allocated to funding research into clinical trials and personalized medicine, resulting in new treatments for cancer patients. including projects. Collaboration with partners such as The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) and The Royal Marsden. Donations will also go towards ongoing support to raise cancer awareness, such as Bowel Cancer UK’s Never Too Young campaign.
In early June, the fund had so far raised £6.6 million for clinical trials and research into personalized medicine for cancer patients and support campaigns to raise awareness of bowel cancer.
You can donate through the Just Giving link Here.
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Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee 2022
Dust off your Union Jack bunting, Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee is well and truly upon us.
The ceremony, which takes place from Thursday, June 2 to Sunday, June 5, marks Her Majesty’s record-breaking 70th year on the throne.
Across the UK, there will be street parties, concerts and other special events involving the Queen and senior members of the Royal Family.
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