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Sarah Beeny inundated with support as she issues health update after worrying fans

Daily Express logo Daily Express 01/12/2022 Samantha Masters
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New Life In The Country star Sarah Beeny has been inundated with supportive messages from fans today after she shared a positive update following her recent cancer diagnosis. The 50-year-old shared a selfie of her wearing a purple woolly hat as she enjoyed a walk out in the open.

Alongside the post, she revealed she was feeling more "human" following a recent picture of her back in hospital for treatment.

She wrote: "It may be cold but WHAT a beautiful morning!!

"One of my very fav hats I've been given and feeling human! You were right - it does pass!"

Many of the presenter's 245,000 followers flocked to her post to comment.

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Sarah Beeny was supported by fans as she revealed she was feeling 'more human' © INSTAGRAM/SARAHBEENY Sarah Beeny was supported by fans as she revealed she was feeling 'more human' Sarah Beeny said she was 'feeling human' during a walk out in the open on Thursday © INSTAGRAM/SARAHBEENY Sarah Beeny said she was 'feeling human' during a walk out in the open on Thursday

Susieqbach typed: "Hang on in there, Sarah. Looking marvelous, out there using all your senses, smell that air, hear those birds, see those views."

Shelleylilburne wrote: "Very cute hat... Big hugs, you look fabulous."

Jjjjjohnlulu added: "You look great. You are a very strong and positive lady. Enjoy just being in the moment xx."

"You are one amazing and beautiful person with an unbelievable family who will get you through this," Anitarahder penned.

Sarah Beeny was diagnosed with breast cancer back in August © INSTAGRAM/SARAHBEENY Sarah Beeny was diagnosed with breast cancer back in August Sarah Beeny opened up about her diagnosis on Loose Women last month © ITV Sarah Beeny opened up about her diagnosis on Loose Women last month

Sarah last shared a post of her in hospital a week ago, but didn't comment on her health.

Instead, she drew attention to her ripped slippers as she joked: "Guess what's on my Christmas list!? Xxx."

In the comments section, many concerned fans asked Sarah if she was OK.

Others praised the presenter for remaining so positive throughout her health battle.

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Shortly after revealing her diagnosis in August, Sarah showcased her newly chopped hair as she approached her first round of chemotherapy.

Following this, she shared a picture of herself wearing a new wig as she told fans they're "more fun than expected".

Sarah opened up about her cancer diagnosis on Loose Women last month.

During the interview, she said she received the heartbreaking news alone and feared telling her husband and sons; Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Raffey 14, and Laurie, 13.

"I needed to handle it in my own head before telling them," she told panellists.

She went on to advise those concerned about a lump or change in their breasts to get checked out.

The first symptom of breast cancer that most women notice is a lump or an area of thickened tissue in their breast.

Most breast lumps are not cancerous, but it's always best to have them checked by a doctor.

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