BBC Radio One and I’m A Celebrity star Adele Roberts has updated fans on her cancer battle following an operation to remove a portion of her bowel.
Adele had informed fans of the news that she had cancer days ago, just before having surgery on Monday, 25 October.
Now back on Instagram, the 42 year old star informed fans of the “ups and downs” from her hospital bed.
She wrote: "Just a quick note to say thank you to everyone. You’ve been absolutely incredible! So kind, sending good wishes and looking after my family.
"You are the greatest! You’ve kept me going. I’ve had my ups and downs this week but today I really feel like I’m starting to turn a corner and hopefully I’ll be well enough to go home soon. I’m so sorry I’ve not been in here much.
"I’ve not really been on my phone but my family have been telling me how wonderful everyone has been. You’ve brought them so much comfort. From the bottom of my heart thank you."
Adele went on to thank staff at the hospital and shared that other patients there have been helping keep her “inspired”.
She wrote: "God bless the NHS. I cannot believe how hard they work and how much they care, they’re angels on earth. They’re next level – so special.
"Sending you so much love if you’re going through a tough time at the moment. Especially if you’re living with cancer.
"There’s a few ladies on my ward who are inspiring me everyday. They’re warriors – stopped me feeling sorry for myself many a time! Also reminding me that I’m not alone in this and that it could be much worse for me."
Adele again thanked everyone as she shared the little things she has been enjoying in recovery.
She finished: "Thank you once again to everyone getting me through. Including the BT Tower!
"I always stand for a little bit and watch it before my radio shows in the morning. I love watching London wake up and the sun rising over it. I always look out for the message of the day too.
"I never realised that one day I’d be watching the sun from the other side. Seeing ‘Good morning London’ everyday has made me so grateful and been my reminder that everything is going to be ok. Had my first solid breakfast watching the day begin this morning.
"Have a great week everyone and please go and see someone if you’re worried about anything that’s not normal for you. Early detection saves lives. I don’t want this little horror taking any more of us."
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