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Anna Chancellor’s daughter Poppy diagnosed with leukaemia

OHMYGOSSIP — Anna Chancellor’s daughter has been diagnosed with leukaemia.
The ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ star’s only child Poppy Chancellor, 36, is “terrified and physically exhausted” after she was diagnosed with leukaemia – cancer of the white blood cells – after spending three weeks in hospital with “multiple infections”.
But Poppy admitted she but is “chemo ready” after shaving off her trademark bob haircut.
She wrote on Instagram: “Chemo ready.. Said goodbye to the bob today – end of an era
“After three weeks with multiple infections in hospital I have been diagnosed with Leukaemia. I am still very much processing my heartbreak and also filled with a new love and pride for my body. My care team of friends and family has me feeling like everything is possible and then we all get together and have a good cry/ business meeting about all the appointments and treatments that are still to come. I am honestly terrified and physically exhausted – at the same time as learning to talk to my body and cells with a loving defiance.
“My life will start to look very different and I’m not sure how I’ll use this platform going forward – maybe the occasional drawing, update or moments of joy – I’ve been drawing myself in the bath but you don’t need to see those.”
Poppy’s father, poet Jock Scot, died of cancer in 2016 aged 63, and Poppy admitted she has always been interested in “cancer awareness and advocating for grief awareness”.
She added: “I’ve always been interested in cancer awareness and advocating for grief awareness and now it’s all starting to feel very real very quickly. Grieving for my life before diagnosis – and coming to terms with all the bruises and needles is a challenge. Cancer has always been close to home for me but this is a whole new experience.. I know I’ll need community to get me through this. If you know any great charities/ blood cancer resources or anyone else who’s had AML just drop it in the comments and hopefully I can make some valuable connections.
Wish me luck (sic)”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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