She said: “The chemo was absolutely horrible for me and I was so happy that it was finally over, but at the same time I felt a terrible melancholy that Linda did not ring the bell with me.
“I started my chemotherapy a week before Linda, so she still has a turn to go, but she said, ‘Anne, I’m going to ring the bell, but we all know my cancer will never go away.’
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“Linda knows she cannot be cured, but her attitude is absolutely amazing.
“She doesn’t know if she’s five or 15, but she’s so positive and that’s why she’s going through chemotherapy, to try to contain the cancer.
Linda recently spoke about the side effects she suffered from the chemotherapy during an appearance on BBC Breakfast.
She explained, “I have some side effects from chemotherapy. I have pins and needles in my fingers and toes.