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TV's Julia Bradbury has given an update about her breast cancer diagnoses during an appearance on Thursday's This Morning.

The 51 year old said that she is doing "alright" as she prepares to have an operation to remove the tumour.

She will undergo a mastectomy operation next month to remove a six centimetre tumour.

Julia has bravely spoken about her cancer journey and she continued with this by telling show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby how she was doing on This Morning as the show was broadcast live from a forest.

Julia has been filming in different forests across the country for a special series of segments for This Morning.

It was during the filming this series that she found out about her breast cancer diagnosis.

Phillip said: "You are very happy here, it's very calming for you, you love it.

"And we all go through times in our lives when we need something a little bit calming, which is what you do right now, how are you feeling?"

She said: "I feel alright, thank you. I’ve been open about my breast cancer diagnosis and I’m going for my op in a couple of weeks."

Phillip asked Julia about getting the call to confirm her diagnoses whilst she was filming the forest segment.

Julia replied: "Yes. And it wasn’t that I didn’t want to come and see you [at that time] in the studio and talk about it, it’s that I wanted to [continue filming] and be in the woodlands and finish that series of films for you, because they are really important for people to feel the love for nature."

She then went on to say that this was her last TV appearance before her operation and that she would see the hosts "on the other side".

Holly and Phil went on to say that they're sending her lots of love and hugs.

Julia recently took to Instagram to share that she was having her booster Covid vaccination.

Alongside a snap, she said: "Not long until I have my operation & grateful for my booster vaccine.

"Do I love it? No… But I've weighed up the risks (before my breast cancer diagnosis & since) & for me & other people, the vax is the best thing to keep me, my loved ones & the people I come into contact with safe.

"Obviously my recent cancer diagnosis has influenced my thought process, but if I need chemo/radiation I'm going to need to be as safe as possible from #COVID19."

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