Julia Bradbury, dubbed “Superwoman,” delivers an emotional update on her breast cancer battle.


Julia Bradbury, dubbed “Superwoman,” delivers an emotional update on her breast cancer battle.

“Superwoman” Julia Bradbury gives an emotional update on her breast cancer struggle.

Julia Bradbury, called “Superwoman” by her followers for her bravery and strength in the face of breast cancer, has updated her story.

After presenting an update on her breast cancer battle, Julia Bradbury was labeled a “superwoman.”

The 51-year-old shared on social media last month that she had been diagnosed with the disease.

After sharing the tragic news, the former Countryfile star had a mastectomy.

She raced to Twitter the day after her operation to share an emotional update with her 141,000 followers.

Julia shared this illustration of herself as Superwoman by Graeme Bandeira, a cartoonist for The Yorkshire Post.

In the artwork, Julia is shown as a cartoon flying over the Yorkshire hills and the Ribblehead viaduct.

The TV personality wrote, “This made me laugh and cry.” Thank you for your [support]and [love], @yorkshirepost @GraemeBandeira

“I’m not Superwoman, but I’m ‘happy’ that my breast cancer has brought me certain perks.”

“Please do a self-examination and learn as much as you can about your own body.”

At the end of her statement, she included the hashtag “#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth.”

Julia received a flood of letters of support from her fans.

One reader said, “I was so heartbroken when I got the news of your breast cancer diagnosis.”

“I eventually double-checked myself and found that everything was in order. As a result, I’d like to express my gratitude.

“I want to see you on the box again soon because you’re nice and motivating.”

“I’m sure you know a lot more about the heavenly Greek islands than we do.” [sic]Another added, “I watched your TV programme years ago while you were walking the Lake District.”

“You have given me a lot of joy. A wonderful lady and lovely setting.

“Wishing you the best of luck in your recovery.”

“Stay strong, wonderful lady,” they concluded.

“Just remember to stay strong,” a third person stated.

In 2015, I was diagnosed with oral cancer, and when it returned in 2019, I was told it was inoperable and untreatable beneath my right eye.

“Three to six months was most likely the prognosis.” I’m still fighting, and I’m still here. So go ahead and live your life.” To stay up to date on the latest celebrity news, sign up for the Brinkwire Showbiz newsletter.


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