HEARTBROKEN Molly-Mae Hague has a paid a touching tribute to an amazing friend who has died of cancer.
The Love Island star shared the devastating news on Instagram as she celebrated the life of mum-of-three Cheryl Kellett, who sadly lost her battle with bowel cancer.
Molly asked her followers to pray for Cheryl’s children she has left behind.
Alongside a picture where Molly, in vibrant yellow trousers, cuddled up to Cheryl who looked elegant in a summer dress, Molly wrote: “Thank you for making such an incredible and positive impact on my life Cheryl….
One AMAZING woman, you’ll be utterly missed.”
She added: “Please can my followers pray for her three beautiful children at this heartbreaking time.”
Cheryl was diagnosed with cancer in 2020.
Her determination to raise awareness of the illness was shown through her extraordinary efforts to raise money for Macmillan cancer charity through her Just giving page where she did a sponsored bounce.
Cheryl wrote on her page at the time: “As if 2020 couldn’t be shitty enough with a global pandemic, earlier this month I was diagnosed with bowel cancer which has decided to take a first class trip to my liver and lungs! I am waiting to see which treatment I will be blessed with, in the meantime I thought I would keep myself busy and focus on something else rather than the s***show my family are facing. No doom and gloom allowed!
I have taken inspiration from the twins at Coppafeel Charity and have decided to undertake a 5 hour bounce off. The event coincides with the final of TGBBO, so my children and I will be channelling Bake Off vibes as we bounce (expect tunes ,glitter and Paul Hollywood masks).
We will be bouncing on trampolines for 5 hours and streaming it live on Instagram – pray for my pelvic floor. We will also be doing a prize draw on the day
We are encouraging friends, family and facebook stalkers to join in the madness on the 06/12/2020. You can bounce, skip or jump for as long as your bladder dictates! “
She added: “Macmillan Cancer Support is here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support.
“So whatever cancer throws your way, they’re right right there with you. Let’s help Macmillan continue to provide vital support through 2020. Thanks for your support, Cheryl.”
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