Jacquie Beltrao in hospital amid cancer battle just weeks after returning to Sky News
JACQUIE BELTRAO has been inundated with support as the Sky News presenter revealed she had returned to the hospital.
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Privacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Sky News presenter Jacquie Beltrao, 55, has announced that she is currently in hospital in a candid Twitter post. It comes after the mum-of-three recently revealed that she had suffered"a bad week" after being given devastating news about her breast cancer diagnosis.
Related articlesPiers Morgan calls out Alastair Campbell for 'hypocritical' remarksIn a tweet last month, the star admitted to feeling down after sharing the news that scans had revealed her cancer has spread to her bones.Jacquie has since shared that she is back in hospital to undergo treatment to have a port removed. headtopics.com
In view of her 82,000 Twitter followers, the Sky News host explained that she hoped it would be a brief visit.Jacquie wrote:"In hospital (hopefully briefly) having my port temporarily removed. I’ve had no food since breakfast - all I can think about is sandwiches Sandwich Anyone having anything nice for tea? Just watched @RafaelNadal beat @denis_shapo bet they’re off to have pasta - god I’m hungry...".
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