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    DEBORAH James' close pal has said only she could bring such joy in the face of such dark times. Lauren Mahon, started working on the hugely popular You, Me and the Big C podcast with Deborah, 40, and the late Rachael Bland. 6Lauren Mahon, a close friend of Deborah James, on GMB this morning 6Lauren, Deborah and Rachael Bland - who sadly died in 2018Credit: Alamy 6Prince William cleared his diary to present Deborah James with her Damehood The beloved trio came together in 2018 to talk candidly about cancer, having all been diagnosed with the disease. Last week Deborah, now a Dame, revealed she was stopping active care and planned to spend her final days at her parents. Lauren told Good Morning Britain: "It is tough. I'm heartbroken, we are all, everyone who loves Deb is, people who have never met her are. "But this week has given us pure joy to cling on to, only Deb could do that in the darkest of times.  Read more on Deborah James'INSPIRATION TO THE WORLD' Deborah James’ Bowelbabe fund hits £6MILLION as donations...
    DAME Deborah James has passed the £6million mark on her charity fundraiser. The hero campaigner initially hoped to raise £250,000 for Cancer Research UK after revealing she was receiving end-of-life-care, but today she smashed her target by more than 24 times. 5Deborah James after being awarded a Damehood by Prince William on FridayCredit: Bowelbabe/Instagram 5The cancer campaigner has raised more than £6million for charityCredit: Instagram/@bowelbabe The 40-year-old has had a whirlwind of a week since telling her Instagram fans on Monday that her body "simply isn't playing ball" and she would no longer be having active bowel cancer treatment. Instead, she is receiving hospice care at her parents' home in Woking, Surrey. But since then, she has been awarded a Damehood by Prince William and received thousands of donations for being "an inspiration to the world". And in the last few hours, donations have surged to tip her over a staggering £6m. READ MORE DEBORAH JAMESKARREN BRADY Inspirational Deborah's bravery in face of death shows what matters in life'SPECIAL MEMORY' Deborah James says she's 'weak but...
    DAME Deborah James yesterday said she’d had “the most surreal, mind-blowing, humbling five days” of her life — as her fundraiser hit £5.9million. The hero cancer campaigner also said she was getting “weaker and more tired”, but vowed to go out “with a massive smile, no regrets and a big glass of champagne”. 5Dame Deborah James yesterday said she’d had 'the most surreal, mind-blowing, humbling five days' of her life — as her fundraiser hit £5.9million.Credit: Graham Prentice 5Deborah was presented with a damehood by Prince William at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey, on FridayCredit: Bowelbabe/Instagram 5Dame Deborah with husband Seb, daughter Eloise, son Hugo and Prince WilliamCredit: Graham Prentice Straight-talking Deborah, 40, is receiving end-of-life care for bowel cancer.  She has captured hearts and inspired millions with her Sun columns and BBC podcast You, Me and the Big C. After raising millions for cancer charities in the last week, she was presented with a damehood by Prince William at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey, on Friday. Yesterday, she wrote on Instagram: “I believe I may have had...
    "EMOTIONAL" Deborah James has revealed that she is "getting weaker" but is "running off adrenaline" after meeting Prince William. The Duke of Cambridge yesterday presented The Sun’s cancer campaigner with her Damehood — just a day after it was announced. 10Prince William cleared his diary to present Deborah James with her Damehood 10 10Inspirational Deborah James said it was a memory that her family will treasure forever 10Deborah said she could've spoken with Prince William all afternoon In an “unprecedented” move, the Duke cleared his diary to do the honours at a tea party at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey. And in an Instagram post today, Deborah told fans she has had "the most surreal, mind-blowing, humbling five days of my life". Alongside a photo of The Sun's front page, she wrote: "Can’t quite believe I'm actually a Dame! "My family are being amazing and as emotional as it all is, we are finding so much to smile about in the sadness. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESONE’S HONOUR Queen ‘pleased’ to make Deborah James a Dame...
    INSPIRATIONAL Deborah James has been hailed a "a shining star" by Sun readers. Hundreds of heartwarming messages have poured in for the cancer campaigner after she was awarded a Damehood and raised more than £5million for charity. 6Deborah James received her Damehood from Prince William on May 13Credit: Graham Prentice 6Dame Debs has raised more than £5million for charityCredit: Stewart Williams The mum-of-two was presented with the honour by Prince William yesterday - a tribute to how her honest account of having bowel cancer has touched the hearts of the nation and the Royal Family. Dame Debs said she was "lost for words" after the Duke of Cambridge personally visited her home to do the honours - as well smashing her original fundraising target of £250,000. In just five days, thousands of people have donated almost £5.5m to the 40-year-old's Bowelbabe fund for Cancer Research UK. Deborah launched the GoFundMe, urging people to buy her a drink, on Monday when she revealed she was on end-of-life care. Since then, Sun readers have written to the "wonderful woman" in her final...
    PRINCE William presented The Sun’s cancer campaigner Deborah James with her Damehood — just a day after it was announced. In an “unprecedented” move, the Duke cleared his diary to do the honours at a tea party at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey. 6Prince William cleared his diary to present Deborah James with her Damehood 6Inspirational Deborah James said it was a memory that her family will treasure forever Mum Deborah, 40, on end-of-life care, told The Sun that William is welcome to join her for tea and Champagne anytime after being awarded her honour in a moving ceremony. He was “extremely generous” with his time, and was understood to have cleared his diary when he received Deborah’s invitation. The father of three spent time speaking to Deborah’s two children, Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12, offering words of advice and guidance. Wills, whose mother Princess Diana died when he was 15, told them he had been through something similar. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESONE’S HONOUR Queen ‘pleased’ to make Deborah James a Dame after outpouring of love'OUTPOURING OF LOVE'...
    THE Queen said she was "pleased" to make inspirational Deborah James a Dame after an outpouring of love from the nation. Known as Bowel Babe, the Sun columnist has raised a staggering amount for charity in a matter of days. 5Deborah James has raised millions for charity in a matter of daysCredit: Dan Williams 5The Queen agreed to make her a Dame after her sterling effortsCredit: PA The 40-year-old has been living with bowel cancer since 2016, and has raised more than £4million since Monday. Last night, Number 10 confirmed that Deborah is to be made a dame after the Sun led the calls for the honour to be bestowed. Downing Street said: "The Queen has been pleased to approve that the honour of damehood be conferred upon Deborah James." The news came days after Deborah revealed to her army of supporters she had stopped active care and was at her parent's house. Read more on Deborah James'THIS IS CRAZY' Inspirational Deborah James overwhelmed as fundraiser hits £4millionDAME DEBS Inspirational Deborah James awarded Damehood after raising millions for charity Hero...
    SUN writer Deborah James has been honoured with a Damehood after capturing the hearts of the nation with her heart-wrenchingly honest account of having bowel cancer. The mum of two, 40, has raised £3.6million since Monday when she revealed she was on end-of-life care. 6Deborah James has been honoured with a Damehood after the capturing hearts of the nation and raising millions for charityCredit: Stewart Williams 6Deborah James said she feels 'incredibly honoured' after being awarded a Damehood We led calls for her to be recognised. Hero cancer campaigner Deborah James told of her shock at being made a Dame saying: “OMFG, this is crazy.” Brave Deborah added: “I don’t know what to say. I’m blown away and feel incredibly honoured. “I don’t feel like I deserve this. I can’t tell you what this means to my family, it’s so much to take in.” READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESLAST MOMENT I want to die listening to my family after our last days together, says DeborahLAST WISH Deborah James' fund hits staggering £3million as she reveals last wishes Buckingham Palace, Kensington...
    MAKE our Debs a Dame!  Sun writer Deborah James has captured the hearts of the nation, raising a staggering £3.6million after revealing she has days, weeks at most, to live. 6Deborah James has raised £3.6 million 6The Sun has launched a campaign to honour Deborah for her efforts to raise awareness for cancer 6Deborah James with her kids Eloise and Hugo. And today, The Sun launches a campaign to call for the 40-year-old cancer campaigner to be honoured with a Damehood for her tireless efforts to raise awareness of the disease and give hope to others. Deborah’s family told The Sun: "The outpouring of love and support that has been shown to Deborah through contributions to the Bowelbabe Fund during this extremely difficult time has been hugely uplifting and heart warming for us as a family and has brought a piercing ray of light and hope into this the darkest of times. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESLAST MOMENT I want to die listening to my family after our last days together, says Deborah'I’d love one last cuddle' How many children...
    CANCER campaigner Deborah James has revealed how she wants to spend her final moments. The Sun columnist has been living with bowel cancer since 2016 and this week stopped receiving active treatment. 4Deborah James has said she wants to spend her final moments listening to her family. She is pictured above with her husband Sebastien and children Eloise and HugoCredit: Refer to Caption 4The 40-year-old has moved in with her mum, Heather James who lives in a bungalowCredit: Instagram/@bowelbabe 4The podcaster and columnist has raised over £3million for three charities as part of the bowel babe fundCredit: Dan Williams Former school teacher Deborah, also known as Bowel Babe has moved to the home of her parents in Woking. It's from there that the 40-year-old has managed to raise over £3million in a matter of days for the Bowel Babe fund. A lasting legacy that she hopes will help 'more Deborah's have more time'. The podcaster says that the hospice has advised her that she could have 'weeks at most', left with her family. Read more on Deborah James MY PLAN...
    DEBORAH James says she is "in tears" after the BowelBabe Fund hit £2million just hours after her heartbreaking final podcast. The Sun’s columnist urged people to donate to the fundraiser - at bowelbabe.org - as she revealed she had been moved to hospice care at home. 4The Sun’s Deborah James has already raised £2million with her BowelBabe Fund 4Deborah said: "My body just can’t continue anymore"Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The fundraiser broke the scale in just 24 hours, easily smashing its original target of £250,000 shortly after going live. Even as the mum stares death in the face, her determination to raise awareness of her rare cancer has not faltered. Now just hours after Deborah poured her heart out on her final appearance on You, Me and the Big C: Putting the can in cancer, it has hit £2million. She told how she had made the decision to die at her parent's property for the sake of her children, so they can be spared from constant reminders in their family home. Read more on Deborah James'GOODBYE' The Sun’s Deborah James, 40, shares...
    DEBORAH James has shared how she plans to leave her children letters for milestone moments. The mum-of-two revealed she wants to be part of her kids' wedding days and birthday through notes she'll leave for them to open. 3Deborah James has revealed her plans to leave notes for her kids to openCredit: Rex She wants to pass on advice for first dates and to share a moment with them before they get married. She told The Times: "It’s hard to work out what to do: you don’t want to rip off the Band-Aid every birthday and ruin it for them. "But at the same time I want them to have letters at milestones, and funny messages. "I used to hate the idea of a memory box, but I’ve just ordered a blue and a pink one." Deborah has urged people to donate to her fundraiser - at bowelbabe.org - which has already raised more than £2million Read more on Deborah JamesLAST WISH Deborah shares heartbreaking wishes for her final days and reveals funeral plansHARDEST WORDS Deborah James breaks down...
    DEBORAH James says she is “blown away” as the BowelBabe Fund hits £800K within hours of launching. The Sun’s columnist urged people to donate to the fundraiser - at bowelbabe.org - as she revealed she had been moved to a hospice.
    DEBORAH James is back in hospital after a septic infection left her with a terrifying 40 degree fever. The Sun columnist, who has incurable bowel cancer, explained she had become "really unwell" on Tuesday and has been in The Royal Marsden Hospital ever since. 3Deborah shared snaps from her hospital bed while updating her legion of followersCredit: Instagram/@bowelbabe/ 3Her adoring mum Heather was at her bedside as she battles sepsisCredit: Instagram/@bowelbabe/ Although she admitted it is "not my idea of a fun weekend", the brave mum-of-two still managed to be a pillar of strength. The 40-year-old shared snaps of her and her adoring mother Heather by her bedside while detailing how she had ended back up as an inpatient. Deborah wrote in an Instagram post: "To cut a very long story short! The infection we've been trying to keep at bay with IV antibiotics - well it didn't work! "And on Tuesday I became septic with 40 degree fevers and really unwell. But the team here at the @royalmarsden have been incredible. "Since then we found out I have a few...
    DEBORAH James was rushed into surgery yesterday with a bleed, just days after going through a medical emergency. The Sun columnist has been in hospital for a few weeks, updating her followers on the latest rollercoaster in her brave fight with bowel cancer. 4Deborah James has posted a picture from hospital showing the amount of drains in her bodyCredit: Instagram 4Her mum, Heather, has been allowed to safely visit as Deborah goes through treatmentCredit: Instagram She wrote on Instagram: "Argh the cancer rollercoaster! Yesterday was the classic ride high and fall flat at the last bend!" The mum-of-two, diagnosed with incurable cancer five years ago, said she felt good yesterday morning and had even chatted with doctors about going home. But frustratingly, she said "a small bleed meant I ended up being rushed back into theatre having a colonoscopy and Endoscopy within the hour to check for the source". This morning she told how she had spent the night with medics trying out new regimes for treatment, and thanked her followers for the love and support. She added: "Praying today...
    DEBORAH James has walked for the first time in nine days after a “traumatic” medical emergency left her fighting for her life. The Sun columnist, who has advanced bowel cancer, was filmed taking cautious steps through the hospital corridors. 2Deborah James was filmed taking her first steps in nine days after a "traumatic" event left her in hospitalCredit: @bowelbabe
    DEBORAH James has shared a brave picture of her recovering on a hospital bed after nearly facing death. The Sun’s columnist, 40, said she nearly died during a “traumatic” medical emergency that left her in intensive care. Instagram / Deborah James 1 Deborah James said she nearly faced death in the ‘traumatic’ medical emergency Writing on Instagram, she said: “Apologies for being quiet. “A week ago at this time in the evening, I nearly died in what was an acute medical emergency. “I’m not ready to discuss what happened yet as the trauma of it all has been incredibly intense – but it’s thanks to an unbelievable team of NHS specialists who worked all through the night and the next day to save me. I cannot be more grateful. “I’m still not out of danger and I have a lot more procedures to deal with. But I’m now out of intensive care. And for the first time felt able to briefly update you.” She took the picture of her smiling, giving a thumbs up after her...
    DEBORAH James says she is looking for a “magic medicine miracle” after her liver stent stopped working. The Sun columnist says she is in need of “desperate out of the box thinking” for the latest stumbling block in her battle against stage 4 bowel cancer, which she was diagnosed with in 2016. 2Deborah before the operation to replace her liver stent, which did not go to planCredit: @bowelbabe 2Deborah pictured at Kew Gardens in NovemberCredit: @bowelbabe Forty-year-old Deborah’s liver started to fail in the summer because a rapidly growing tumour close to wrapped itself around her bile duct.  After suffering jaundice and urine the colour of Coke, doctors decided to operate for the 13th time to put a stent into Deborah’s liver. But the mum-of-two, who has survived cancer against all odds, said the stent is no longer working to drain the liver, and doctors are unable to replace it. What was supposed to be a straight forward op this week turned into the discovery that Deborah's bile duct has become "even more annoyingly complex". Deborah wrote on Instagram...
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