Sheffield news Deborah James enjoys pint in the sun with mum after saying goodbye PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The 40-year-old was enjoying the good weather with her mum Heather in Woking
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Dame Deborah James has been pictured enjoying a pint in the sun with her mum Heather just days after bidding a final farewell to her brother Ben. The brave campaigner was discharged from hospital last month and given just days to live. However, she has defied expectations and is now taking it "one day at a time" and continues to create precious memories with her loved ones. The mum-of-two was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and has been determined to raise awareness of the disease and its early symptoms. Dame Deborah is now receiving palliative care and has moved back in with her parents. Read more:Deborah James sends message to nation as she makes final TV appearance This week she has been enjoying the good weather with mum Heather, 64, in front of a canal at country pub The Anchor in Woking, the Mirror reports. In a picture shared on social media, Dame Deborah can be seen sipping on a refreshing pint while her mum is drinking a glass of wine. Heather, known as BowelGran on Instagram, posted the photo on her Instagram story with the caption: "A lovely relaxing lunch in the sunshine". Just days earlier, Dame Deborah had to say goodbye to her beloved brother Ben who has headed off to the US for a holiday. Deborah and mum Heather are seen enjoying a drink in the sunshine together (Image: Instagram) The 40-year-old said she insisted Ben goes on the trip with fiancée Ashley and told him he "must not come back, under any circumstances". Speaking to The Sun, the campaigner said: "He’s off on holiday to the US. I have told him they have to go, they’ve planned the trip for ages. I also told him he must not come back, under any circumstances. "He says he’ll come home.
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. I can’t really think about it right now.” Dame Deborah, who is mum to Hugo, 14, and 12-year-old Eloise, said she is now only spending with her family including husband Sebastian. She previously explained: "I don’t want my friends to see me like this. I don’t want them to remember me this way." Last month, Dame Deborah shared the devastating news that there was no longer anything doctors could do for her. She is now receiving end-of-life care at her parents' home in Woking. In a heartbreaking goodbye message on Instagram, she said at the time: "We have tried everything, but my body simply isn’t playing ball. My active care has stopped and I am now moved to hospice at home care, with my incredible family all around me and the focus is on making sure I’m not in pain and spending time with them." Since then, she has been sharing her experiences as her post captured the hearts of many across the nation. Thanks to her relentless campaigning, she has so far raised more than £6.7m for her BowelBabe Fund. Last month, she announced she had written another book, titled How To Live When You Could Be Dead, documenting what she has learned about having a positive mindset when faced with life's biggest challenges. Read next: Countryfile draws complaints after coastal visit for Whitby way to eat lemon buns GMB viewers threaten to boycott show after Richard Madeley asks rail boss if he's a Marxist Good Morning Britain viewers worried after Susanna Reid's unexpected absence Deborah James' life from rekindling marriage after cancer to ‘hideous’ Tinder dates Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters
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