Linda Nolan has claimed that, despite her cancer diagnosis, she no longer dread death.
After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, the 64-year-old disclosed in March that her disease had spread to her brain.
In 2017, she was diagnosed with incurable secondary breast cancer that had migrated to her hip, and three years later, the illness had spread to her liver, with further tumours identified.
Linda has subsequently shared updates, including that she’s ready ‘for the inevitable’ and revealing her anguish as she shaved her head for the fourth time after losing hair.
Despite the heartbreaking news, Linda has claimed she is not afraid of death when her sister Bernie arrived in a dream to assist her in putting her will together.
‘What happens when you die is a frightening thought,’ she said.
‘We were laughing hysterically like we used to and we were sorting my will.
‘It was “give that one this, give that one that” – when I woke up, I wasn’t frightened any more. Can you believe that’s how I feel?’
Bernie revealed her breast cancer diagnosis in 2010, before revealing she was cancer-free following a surgery and treatment.
She claimed in 2012 that she was no longer receiving cancer treatment medicines, but her disease returned two months later. In July 2013, she died at the age of 52.
Linda has previously stated that she is prepared to “do whatever to stay alive.”
Speaking in an interview last year, Linda said she was a ‘complete mess’ following her most recent diagnosis.
‘I started the chemo again in September but the doctor said it hadn’t done what they hoped it would do,’ she told The Sun.
‘The tumours on my liver were enlarged and were growing, so they had to put me back on chemo again.
‘It was a shock. But I’ll do anything to stay alive.’
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