Cancer-stricken BBC podcaster Deborah James broke down in tears today as she revealed the ‘hard conversations’ she had to have with her children about death.
The presenter, 40, announced earlier this week in a heartbreaking message that active treatment for the disease was stopping and that she was moving to hospice at home care.
The nation has been moved by her tragic story in recent days, with more than £2.5 million in donations now made on the Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK page she set up.
Ms James spoke in her hit podcast, You, Me and the Big C, of wanting to die at her parents’ house in Woking, to spare son, Hugo, 14, and daughter, Eloise, 12, from constant reminders in their London home.
Revealing more in an interview with the BBC this morning, she said: ‘I have a really…
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