Sarah Beeny has issued a cancer update to fans while showing off her new “tattoos” in hospital.
The 51-year-old property expert was diagnosed with breast cancer in August last year and has been undergoing chemotherapy since.
Now, Sarah has updated fans from her hospital bed, posing for the camera while showing off her “tattoos”.
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On Thursday (February 2) Sarah’s sons took to their Instagram page to share a snap of their mum in hospital.
“Mum finally got some tattoos!” her sons wrote in the caption, referring to the markings she was given before receiving her latest procedure.
“Thank you so much to @rovalmarsdennhs and @yeovil_hospital_nhs for taking such amazingly brilliant care of her. #tattoo #mum.”
Plenty of Sarah’s fans rushed to send their well-wishes to the presenter in the comment section.
"Sending love and healing to your mum and to you lovely boys. Your mum is bloody amazing,” one fan gushed.
Echoing their thoughts, a second penned: “Sending positive vibes – a quite extraordinary lady.”
“Send her our love x,” wrote someone else.
Sarah is mostly known for presenting UK property showers, including Help! My House Is Falling Down and Sarah Beeny’s New Life In The Country.
Sarah, who has four children that she shares with her husband Graham Swift, has been undergoing treatment at the Royal Marsden and Yeovil hospitals.
The TV star started chemotherapy treatment last year but was forced to cancel after her white blood cell count was discovered to be too low and her liver levels were too high.
She also had to shave her hair last year after clumps started to fall out when she started chemo.
Sarah told the Daily Telegraph that she had “a little bit of a breakdown” after receiving the news about her diagnosis in a hospital consultation room.
She told the newspaper: “I’m lucky because I live in a family where we all talk.
“They just said, ‘You will be honest?’ and I said, ‘I promise you that I’m going to be around for a jolly long time yet. It’s going to be a bit difficult. But I promise I won’t lie.’ And I think they were OK once I said that.”
Sarah lost her mother to breast cancer when she was 10 years old, with her mum Ann also being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
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