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Lynda Bellingham: Decision to give up chemotherapy a 'relief'
20 October 2014 Last updated at 17:43 BST
Actress Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66 from colon cancer.
Bellingham was best known for shows such as All Creatures Great and Small and Loose Women, as well as the Oxo TV adverts screened in the 1980s and 90s.
She was diagnosed with colon cancer, which spread to her lungs and liver, in July 2013.
She told BBC Breakfast in October that the decision to give up chemotherapy had been a "huge relief".
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Lynda Bellingham: Decision to give up chemotherapy a 'relief'
20 October 2014 Last updated at 17:43 BST
Actress Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66 from colon cancer.
Bellingham was best known for shows such as All Creatures Great and Small and Loose Women, as well as the Oxo TV adverts screened in the 1980s and 90s.
She was diagnosed with colon cancer, which spread to her lungs and liver, in July 2013.
She told BBC Breakfast in October that the decision to give up chemotherapy had been a "huge relief".
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Lynda Bellingham: Decision to give up chemotherapy a 'relief'
20 October 2014 Last updated at 17:43 BST
Actress Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66 from colon cancer.
Bellingham was best known for shows such as All Creatures Great and Small and Loose Women, as well as the Oxo TV adverts screened in the 1980s and 90s.
She was diagnosed with colon cancer, which spread to her lungs and liver, in July 2013.
She told BBC Breakfast in October that the decision to give up chemotherapy had been a "huge relief".
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Lynda Bellingham: Decision to give up chemotherapy a 'relief'
20 October 2014 Last updated at 17:43 BST
Actress Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66 from colon cancer.
Bellingham was best known for shows such as All Creatures Great and Small and Loose Women, as well as the Oxo TV adverts screened in the 1980s and 90s.
She was diagnosed with colon cancer, which spread to her lungs and liver, in July 2013.
She told BBC Breakfast in October that the decision to give up chemotherapy had been a "huge relief".
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Actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66

British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had cancer, has died aged 66, her agent has confirmed.

Sue Latimer said she died yesterday "in her husband's arms".

The actress, best known for her long-running role as a mother in the Oxo TV adverts, had been battling colon cancer since being diagnosed in July 2013.

Bellingham said she had planned to end her treatment to limit her family's suffering after it spread to her lungs and liver.

In a statement on behalf of Bellingham's family, Mrs Latimer said: "Lynda died peacefully in her husband's arms yesterday at a London hospital.

"Her family would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support."

She added: "Actor, writer and presenter - to the end Lynda was a consummate professional."

Bellingham was also known for shows such as All Creatures Great and Small and in recent years was on the panel of ITV's Loose Women.

Lynda Bellingham in Oxo ad
Bellingham's most famous role was as the much-loved mum in the Oxo adverts from 1983
Speaking earlier this month, Bellingham said her decision to give up chemotherapy was "a huge relief because I took back some control of myself".

Her death comes just 10 days after her memoir There's Something I've Been Dying To Tell You was published.

In it, she wrote that she was planning to end her treatment in November and "would love to make one more Christmas, if possible".

She also wrote that the chemotherapy was so strong her body was "protesting", and she was in pain and discomfort.

Lynda Bellingham and Christopher Timothy in All Creatures Great and Small
She played Helen Herriot in All Creatures Great and Small, alongside Christopher Timothy
Christopher Timothy, who starred opposite Bellingham in All Creatures Great and Small, was among those paying tribute, describing the actress as "a real friend".

"She was a life force. She was funny, she was loyal, talented and a great mum," he told the BBC.

"On set, she was 'one of the boys' really - she was naughty and funny. We've all been expecting it, but it is so unjust she didn't make her last Christmas as was her intention."

He added: "Her honesty and her upfrontness was exactly what one knew and what you expected, but made it more painful."

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Bellingham spoke about her illness on BBC Breakfast earlier this month
Michael Redfern, who played Bellingham's TV husband in the Oxo commercials that became a national institution, said "everyone liked her".

"I think she was just normal, I think that's all it was," he said. "She was like the lady next door, the wife, your mother. She had everything, just a very open person."

Kaye Adams was one of her co-presenters on Loose Women and said Bellingham would be remembered as "honest, generous, kind, courageous, intelligent, thoughtful".

Adams said: "She was fun - one of those people who when she walked into a room everything lit up.

"I fear going into cliches but in this case it's absolutely accurate and true. She just had such an energy and dynamism."

Denise Welch, who also presented on Loose Women, said on Twitter: "I loved my friend Lynda. I will miss her so much. xx"

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Diana Moran pays tribute to friend and colleague Lynda Bellingham
Diana Moran, who starred with Bellingham in the stage production of Calendar Girls in the West End, told the BBC she was "the ultimate professional."

She said: "She was generous. She was constant. She was an absolute delight to be with. But so so brave with the way that she's coped with her cancer.

"We were all just keeping our fingers crossed for her but this insidious, miserable disease sadly finally got her."

Emotional farewell
Bellingham was born in Montreal, Canada, but grew up near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire after being adopted.

She studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama and went on to land roles including Helen Herriot in All Creatures Great And Small and the title role in sitcom Faith In The Future.

The actress, who had two sons and was married three times, was awarded an OBE in 2013 for her charity work.

Bellingham's pre-recorded farewell appearance on Loose Women is due to be screened on Wednesday.

During an emotional appearance on the show recently, she told viewers: "Grasp it all, don't be afraid, enjoy the bits you can and tell your family you love them while you have the chance."
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Lynda Bellingham dead: Tributes and reaction after TV star loses her battle with bowel cancer

The TV star had revealed she was terminally ill with cancer and appeared on chat show Loose Women just days before her death

Lynda Bellingham has died aged 66 after announcing she was terminally ill with bowel cancer.

The actress and presenter died in her husband's arms on Sunday just days after filming her emotional final appearance on Loose Women.

She opened up about her illness just last month and spoke about her last wishes and final days with her family.

Twitter has been flooded with tributes to the star today after it was revealed she died in her husband's arms.

Her tragic sister Barbara
Lynda's sister Barbara died in 2008 from a lung tumour at 56.

Messages of support flooded in for the 66-year-old Loose Women star, when she tweeted: "Hi everyone, just to say I have been diagnosed with cancer but I am not going to die!

"Dealing with it and hope to be back at work soon."

At the time actress had not revealed what type of cancer she had but planned to take time off immediately to receive treatment.

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Party to celebrate her life
The actress planned her own funeral, which will take place in Somerset, with a big knees up in London to celebrate her life.

Lynda wrote in her book There’s Something I've Been Dying to Tell You: "Does one choose a funeral with hymns and prayers that suit only the deceased? Surely part of the mourning process is for the loved ones left behind? Should they not be allowed some say?

"Michael thinks it would be great for our friend Peter Delaney, the vicar who married us, to come down to Somerset – Michael's old stomping ground and a place we love – and conduct the service there.

"I say: 'I wouldn't expect everyone to have to come all the way down here to pay their respects. I want a tribute, or something that is nice and handy and anyone who fancies coming in and saying goodbye can do so easily, not have to get on a train for three hours.'

"We have reached a compromise, I think, and there will be a service in Somerset and a knees-up in London. So if you are passing, do drop in for a quick boogie."

Lynda's final Loose Women appearance
Beaming Lynda Bellingham received a standing ovation from the Loose Women studio audience as she arrived on set, the Sunday People can reveal.

As the clapping failed to subside, she told them: "Enough! We've got so much to chat about.

"We haven't time for this! And I do like to chat! Come on girls, ask me, what do you want to know?"

Lynda, who had terminal bowel cancer and only weeks to live, set herself just one rule when she joined the ITV show in 2007 – be honest.

The actress knew she and "the girls" could talk about anything on the ­controversial daytime show ... as long as they spoke from the heart.

That way the viewers would always trust them.

So, when she joined fellow panelists Coleen Nolan and Janet Street-Porter for a searingly emotional farewell ­interview she had one final request – remember me as an honest woman.

In one touching scene Lynda, 66, leaned forward to comfort Coleen ­saying "Please don’t cry… it will be fine!"

The Loose Women will also be discussing the sad news at the top of the show today.

10:44 am
Rochelle pays tribute
This Morning presenter and former pop star Rochelle Humes has taken to Twitter after Lynda's death.

She posted today: "RIP Lynda Bellingham. Lucky to have met such a brave ,courageous gorgeous woman, with a great sense of humour. Very sad news #inspiration."

Michelle Keegan added: "Really sorry to hear Lynda Bellingham has died. What a brave and courageous woman she was, with a hilarious sense of humour. #inspiration."

Christopher Timothy: "She was naughty and funny"
Lynda's co-star from All Creatures Great And Small, Christopher Timothy, has described her as a "life-force".

He said: "She was funny, she was loyal, she was talented, that's without doubt. She was a great mum, she was a real friend and on-set she was 'one of the boys' really.

"She was naughty and funny. We've all been expecting it but it's so unjust that she didn't make her last Christmas as was her intention."

He told BBC Breakfast: "It's extraordinary ... because her honesty and her up-frontness was exactly what one knew and exactly what one expected, but it made it more painful.

"It's this thing where people state things as they are rather than trying to colour it in any way, it's so much more moving and painful."

She wanted memoirs to be uplifting
Lynda said she wanted her autobiography, There's Something I've Been Dying To Tell You, to be 'uplifting.

She said: "I wrote the book for everybody out there.

"It's not supposed to be an embarrassing account of me having terminal cancer.

"I wanted to write it for everybody who is given that curveball and say of course there are no answers but, if you can, take it and make it positive and talk about dying.

"If two people read this book and think 'Actually, that's how I feel and I'm not on my own', then I'll have done something half decent'."

You can buy Lynda's book now in stores and on Amazon.

Kay Adams pays tribute
Presenter Kaye Adams, who worked on Loose Women, has paid tribute to Lynda, describing her as an "incredibly courageous person."

She told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "She just had such an energy and a dynamism and you were just always pleased to see her and always felt she was pleased to see you, which is a fabulous thing to be able to do.

"She always left you feeling better about life."

Best moments
We've looked back at Lynda's amazing TV career and her memorable moments.

Fitness guru Diana Moran - also known as the Green Goddess - described Bellingham as the "ultimate professional".

She told BBC News: "She was a lovely, lovely woman altogether. She'd experienced a lot in life.

"She had her priorities right and I admired her enormously."

Actress to be buried in Somerset
Lynda is to be buried in Somerset.

The star, who is married to Michael Pattemore from Crewkerne, bought the couple a plot for them both.

Lynda has chronicled her final months living with cancer in her book, There's Something I've Been Dying to Tell You.

In her memoirs, she writes: "Does one choose a funeral with hymns and prayers that suit only the deceased? Surely part of the mourning process is for the loved ones left behind? Should they not be allowed some say?

"Michael thinks it would be great for our friend Peter Delaney, the vicar who married us, to come down to Somerset – Michael’s old stomping ground and a place we love – and conduct the service there.

"I say: 'I wouldn't expect everyone to have to come all the way down here to pay their respects. I want a tribute, or something that is nice and handy and anyone who fancies coming in and saying goodbye can do so easily, not have to get on a train for three hours.

"We have reached a compromise, I think, and there will be a service in Somerset and a knees-up in London. So if you are passing, do drop in for a quick boogie."

9:39 am
Facebook tributes
Fans have been posting tributes to Lynda on our Mirror Celeb Facebook page after being saddened by the news of her death.

One shared: "Such sad news! My deepest thoughts are with your husband & the rest of your family. Cancer is horrible x"

A second fan posted: "So very very sad sleep forever in peace."

And a third added: "So sad, she was hoping to see one more Christmas, RIP Lynda x"

Lynda's TV career
Lynda was born in Montreal on May 31, 1948.

Her father, who worked as an airline pilot, moved there for work, but she grew up near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.

She had her first experience of stage success at school and was later accepted to the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Lynda had a steady flow of roles in theatre, TV and film and is most famous for her role as the mother in the Oxo adverts - which appeared on TV screens for 20 years.

Her big roles included Helen Herriot in All Creatures Great And Small, and the title role in sitcom Faith In The Future alongside Simon Pegg.

In theatre, she also appeared at the Old Vic and the Royal Court and in the West End production of Calendar Girls.

Lynda was awarded an OBE in 2013 for her charity work and wrote both a novel and her memoirs.

Celebs pay tribute
The tragic news of Lynda's death came just days after she made an emotional return to Loose Women for a final appearance.

When a fellow presenter started getting teary, she told them: "Please don't cry ... it will be fine."

Celebrities paid tribute to Lynda on Twitter this morning, with Phillip Schofield tweeting: "RIP Gorgeous Lynda Bellingham xx"

Actor Simon Pegg, who starred with the actress in 1990s TV show Faith In The Future, posted: "Lynda Bellingham, a gorgeous, brassy, funny, generous, talented human being. My first TV mother figure and a treasured friend."

Kirstie Allsopp said: "Lynda Bellingham, she was an inspiration, she so wanted to make it to Christmas, if you're working towards that, don't give up hope."

TV star Amanda Holden added: "So devastated to hear the news about the beautiful Lynda Bellingham."

9:13 am
Loose Women pay tribute
The official Loose Women Twitter account has posted a tribute to Lynda on the site.

It reads: "Our thoughts go to @lyndabellingham's family at this incredibly sad time and to all those who's lives she touch so deeply, as she did ours."

The star was incredibly popular on the TV panel show and friends and colleagues have spoken out about her death.

Her diagnosis
Lynda was incredibly shocked when her doctor told her she had cancer, when the only symptoms had been indigestion and breathlessness.

She was just about to start rehearsals for a play, A Passionate Woman, after completing five years touring with Calendar Girls.

Pointing to her stomach, she said: "It was like an elephant appeared.

"My sister, who used to be a nurse, said, 'You're probably constipated'. I said, 'I'm never constipated'.

"I went and had a scan and ultrasound and while I was there, the nurse said casually, 'Did you know you've got a shadow on your liver?'

"I went back to do the read-through with a cloud hanging over me.

"Next, we saw this lovely surgeon who greeted me with, 'Now, about your cancer…' Then you just think, death."

The star said her husband Michael burst into tears when the doctor told her: "And you have secondaries on your lungs and your liver…"

She added: "Much as I don't know that much about cancer, I knew if you've got secondaries it's a proper illness."

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Her Christmas wish
Lynda Bellingham's husband recently said he hoped to spend one final Christmas with his wife.

In an interview with Yours magazine, Michael Pattemore said: "I just don't know what the next few weeks will bring or how I'm going to cope.

"The only thing that's giving me comfort is that Lynda is very much at peace with everything; we've managed to sort everything out. I just pray to God she gets to see Christmas Day again. It's what she wants."

Pattemore, who married Bellingham in 2008, added: "Unfortunately it doesn't matter how positive I am on this one, the Good Lord is going to take her. End of.

"It's scary and it's going to create the biggest hole in my life."

Friends and colleagues
Friends and colleagues have paid tribute to Lynda and described her as a "brilliant actress".

Nadia Sawalha, who worked with the star on panel show Loose Women, said today: "We are all just heartbroken because her real last wish was that she would spend this Christmas with her family."

Statement from her agent
In a statement on behalf of her family, her agent, Sue Latimer, said: "Lynda died peacefully in her husband's arms yesterday at a London hospital.

"Her family would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support.

"Actor, writer and presenter - to the end Lynda was a consummate professional."

The former Loose Women panelist was diagnosed with cancer in July last year and recently admitted she had decided to end her treatment on August 13 and hoped to have one last Christmas with her family.

She said: "There were so many things left that I wanted to do - but I hope my sons will use my energy and look after my hubby and love each other.

"I am sad I will not see who they marry, or live with ... I know in my heart they have so much to give to someone who will unlock their dreams."

She leaves behind husband Michael, 59 and her sons, Michael, 31, and Robbie, 26.

BBC Interview
Lynda spoke out both in newspaper interviews and on TV before she passed away.

Here she is discussing how acting helped her in her battle with bowel cancer during an interview on BBC Breakfast

Lynda's memoir
Lynda's final memoir, There’s Something I’ve Been Dying To Tell You, was released just before her death and chronicles the trauma she has suffered since being diagnosed with stage four tumours.

The star found out she had serious health problems less than a year ago and also recounts colourful tales of her acting and family life in the book.

She still had a brilliant sense of humour and never complained about her cancer.

If anyone moaned bout anything trivial, she would tell them: "Oh, stop whingeing – at least you haven't got terminal cancer."

8:32 am
Tributes pour in
Fans of Lynda have already flooded Twitter and Facebook with tributes to the star.

One posted: "So sad to hear about Lynda Bellingham. She didn't get to have her last Christmas."

Another follower shared: "I think we should celebrate Lynda Bellingham not just for her life, but for her totally awesome attitude towards death. Amazing woman."

he brave star's final days
Lynda revealed in September that she had terminal bowel cancer, with possibly weeks or months to live.

In an emotional interview, she said: "Suddenly this week time is starting to snowball and you think, hang on, I'm not ready for this.

"I fear time going quickly."

Her husband, property developer Michael Pattemore, has been caring for her and she was often close to tears when talking about the harsh truth about her left.

The 66 year old's legacy will be to pass on her spirit to her sons, 26-year-old Robbie and Michael, 31, so they can live their lives to the full.

"There were so many things left that I wanted to do – but I hope my sons will use my energy and look after my hubby and love each other," she said.

"I am sad I will not see who they marry, or live with ... I know in my heart they have so much to give someone who will unlock their dreams."

Lynda died on Sunday
Actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who'd been suffering from cancer, died yesterday "in her husband's arms".

Lynda, who was awarded an OBE in March, is still best known for her 16-year role as "the Oxo mum" – and a huge photo from one of the iconic TV ads was flashed up during the interview.

The star, who has two sons, Michael, 31, and Robbie, 26, and a stepson Bradley, 21, was diagnosed with stage-four colon cancer in June last year.

She has planned her funeral, to be held in Somerset before a burial nearby, in a plot next to her father.

And she has ordered family and friends to hold a big party in her honour in London, afterwards. Lynda thanked the public and Loose Women fans for their support over the past 16 months.


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Hilarious! Host Awkwardly Flirts With Weather Girl On Live TV! - Watch BBC Breakfast presenter, Bill Turnbull, awkwardly flirt with weather forecaster, Carok Kirkwood. In the video, Turnbull asks a provocative question about her ‘tightly packed isobars’ after seeing her figure-hugging dress!




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Hilarious! Host Awkwardly Flirts With Weather Girl On Live TV!
Watch BBC Breakfast presenter, Bill Turnbull, awkwardly flirt with weather forecaster, Carok Kirkwood by asking a provocative question about her 'tightly packed isobars!'
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https://plus.google.com/112796569090292126549 Stowe Family Law LLP Hale : http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p027tw28 On the BBC Breakfast Show, Jane Gray, head of Stowe Family...
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On the BBC Breakfast Show, Jane Gray, head of Stowe Family Law's Wills & Probate gave her expert opinion on the Legal Ombudsman's recent calls for the government to consider how to help thousands of consumers who have nowhere to turn if their will was poorly written, or if they’ve been ripped off by the service provider.

Buying a will is fraught with risk and uncertainty according to his latest report. Wills can be prepared by anyone in principle and research suggests some 180,000 wills each year are being written by non-lawyers. The Ombudsman is concerned that this leaves consumers exposed. Jane discusses the advantages of wills written by a solicitor v wills downloaded off the internet.
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https://plus.google.com/100175498851595503678 The Huffington Post UK : 'BBC Breakfast' Host Bill Turnbull Asks Weather Forecaster Carol Kirkwood: 'Are Your Isobars Tightly...
'BBC Breakfast' Host Bill Turnbull Asks Weather Forecaster Carol Kirkwood: 'Are Your Isobars Tightly Packed?' (VIDEO)

Bill Turnbull was seen turning on the ol’ Turnbull charm during Tuesday morning’s ‘BBC Breakfast’, with the conversation between the presenter and weather forecaster Carol Kirkwood taking a surprisingly saucy turn.

After Carol presented the weather that day in a figure-hugging red dress, Bill couldn’t resist making a comment about her tightly-packed “isobars”.

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https://plus.google.com/100175498851595503678 The Huffington Post UK : BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt Heading For The 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' Jungle? By +...
BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt Heading For The 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' Jungle?

By +Rachel McGrath 

BBC Breakfast’s Charlie Stayt appeared to accidentally let slip that he might be heading to the ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ jungle, during Thursday morning’s show.

The presenter was leading a segment on Britain In Bloom and the studio was full of plants, when a guest made the seemingly offhand comment, “well you are going into the jungle after all.”

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Don't miss +Jamie Cullum on BBC Breakfast on Thursday October 16th! 
#Interlude 
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