Lorraine Kelly has sent her love to Linda Nolan after the singer revealed that her cancer has spread.
The 61-year-old, who was recently diagnosed with incurable liver cancer, shared the news that doctors had discovered more tumours on her liver.
Speaking on Monday’s Lorraine, the host wanted to let Linda know that she is thinking of her through this tragic time.
‘We just want to say, we are all thinking of you my love, we really are. Really tough for you to go through this,’ Lorraine began.
‘I know Dr Hilary (Jones) will echo that as well, she’s been incredible, both of them have.
‘It’s just our thoughts are with her, it’s such a horrible disease.’
Dr Hilary continued: ‘It is, our thoughts are with them and she’s been strong and she’s raised the issues for everybody else.’
Lorraine went on to add that since Linda’s appearance on the ITV breakfast show, she has ‘saved lives’.
She added: ‘She has helped people, I remember when they were on, we got a massive reaction and a lot of people in the weeks after saying “You know what even in these times I went to my doctor and found out something wasn’t right”. She’s saved lives.’
This marks the third time the illness has returned following Linda’s initial breast cancer diagnosis in 2006 and a secondary cancer on her pelvis in 2017.
Speaking about the moment she found out the cancer had spread Linda began: ‘I knew when I went into the room for my appointment because I could tell from the consultant’s demeanour.
‘He turned to me and said the CT scan had shown something on my liver again. I asked if it was cancer and he said yes.’
‘It’s scary, I’m not going to lie. I try to be upbeat and positive, but I had a really bad day when I got back,’ she added to the Mirror.
Linda’s sister Anne Nolan was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in April during the coronavirus lockdown. Earlier this month, Anne declared she was cancer-free.
The pair tragically lost their younger sister Bernie to cancer in July 2013 aged 54.
Lorraine airs daily at 9am on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.