Lorraine: Linda and Anne Nolan discuss battling cancer together
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Anne Nolan, 70, has revealed at her lowest point she would park outside her ex’s house, after he moved in with another woman and would “stare at them for two hours” through a window. The TV personality was married to Brian Wilson from 1979 to 2007, and the couple have two daughters Amy and Alex.
I was acting like a bunny boiler
Opening up on whether she confided in her famous sisters about their break-up as well as battling cancer, Anne said: “At the time I didn’t. My sisters knew I was bad because I was acting like a bunny boiler.
“My ex had moved in with someone else and I use to park outside their house and stare at their house for two hours.
“I was a lunatic,” she added to OK! magazine.
As well as the breakdown of her marriage, the star has been through a difficult time, facing breast cancer over the past two decades.
She was first diagnosed with the disease in 2000, before it returned again last year during the coronavirus lockdown.
Anne was diagnosed at stage three.
However, she is now thankfully cancer-free, as her younger sister, Linda Nolan, 62, spoke of her sibling’s health to Sunday World.
Linda shared: “Anne has had great results.
“She had her chemo and she was really ill with it, but because her cancer was primary they can’t see any disease there at the moment.
“And she didn’t have to have a mastectomy, which they thought she might have had to.”
However, Linda tragically has incurable cancer.
She has been fighting secondary breast cancer since 2017, and it has since spread to her liver.
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Linda has said she has no idea how much longer she has left to live.
The pair discussed their anxieties around cancer in a recent Facebook chat.
Anne divulged: “You do live with it for a few years.
“If you feel ill or anything at all you think, ‘Oh gosh, it’s the cancer coming back’.”
“Eventually that feeling fades away and you don’t think that all the time. Eventually it does leave your head.”
Meanwhile, Linda said she is still very fearful but is incredibly grateful for the NHS’ support.
She explained: “The thing is that if you are worried, your GP is still there for you.
“At Blackpool, my cancer nurse was there and I would phone her and I would just say.”
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