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Claire King leads Leah Bracknell tributes

OHMYGOSSIP — Claire King has led tributes to Leah Bracknell.
The ‘Emmerdale’ actress praised Leah, her late on-screen daughter-in-law who played Zoe Tate in the ITV soap, after she passed away in September aged 55 following a three-year battle with lung cancer.
Claire – who plays Kim Tate – shared a picture of herself with Leah on Twitter, and added the caption: “Gorgeous, beautiful, talented, lovely Leah, fly high over that rainbow my love (sic)”
Lisa Riley (Mandy Dingle) wrote: “GOD BLESS YOU LEAH a true angel to work with. You lost your battle far far to young. R.I.P. heaven gains an angel of the truest form (sic)”
Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle) also penned a heartfelt tribute to the late star, who appeared in ‘Emmerdale’ from 1989 to 2005.
He wrote: “Terrible news today. We’ve lost one of the truly good humans. Being around #Leah always made the day better. One of the kindest, sweetest, loveliest people you could wish to meet. There isn’t enough space here to list her qualities. She’ll be missed always. (sic)”
Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk) tweeted: “I lost a good friend today. She was truly amazing in lots of different ways and I shall miss her. x (sic)”
The ‘Emmerdale’ Twitter account also shared a tribute to Leah, praising her as “very generous and caring”.
A message read: “Everyone on Emmerdale is very sad to hear of the death of Leah Bracknell. She was a hugely popular member of the Emmerdale cast for over 16 years. Leah was a very generous and caring colleague, much loved by cast and crew alike. #Emmerdale”
On Wednesday (16.10.19), Leah’s manager confirmed the star – who documented her battle with cancer on her blog, Something Beginning With C – had passed away.
They said: “It is with the deepest sadness that Leah Bracknell’s family confirm that Leah passed away in September, three years after her diagnosis with stage four lung cancer.
“They would like to thank all the public for their support and generosity which contributed to the extension and quality of her life over the past three years.
“Leah continued to embrace life and faced her illness with positivity. Many aspects of her journey can be found on her blog.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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