Molly-Mae Hague heaps praise on cancer-stricken Deborah James for raising £5.8m

Molly-Mae Hague heaps reward on cancer-stricken Deborah James for elevating £5.8m

Molly-Mae Hague has heaped reward on Deborah James after the author raised £5.8million for charity and was given a Damehood amid her bowel most cancers battle.

The Love Island star, 22, gushed that the BBC podcaster, 40, was ‘unimaginable’ and an ‘superb girl’ as she lauded her spectacular fundraising efforts.

Molly-Mae took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to share the candy tribute alongside a snap of Dame Deborah on BBC News as she revealed that her mom Debbie has met the journalist.

Tribute: Molly-Mae Hague has heaped praise on Deborah James after the writer raised more than £5.8million and was given a Damehood amid her bowel cancer battle

Tribute: Molly-Mae Hague has heaped reward on Deborah James after the author raised greater than £5.8million and was given a Damehood amid her bowel most cancers battle

At the time of Molly’s submit, Dame Deborah had raised practically £4million for Cancer Research UK by her Bowelbabe fund on Just Giving, however the marketing campaign complete now stands at greater than £5.8million.

In a gushing submit, Molly-Mae penned: ‘You are unimaginable.

‘My mum went to an occasion particularly to fulfill Deborah a couple of years again as a result of we have been so touched by her journey and podcast.

‘What an incredible girl she is having practically raised 4 million kilos.’

'Incredible': The star, 22, gushed the BBC podcaster, who was made a Dame this week (pictured with her Damehood), was an 'amazing woman' as she lauded her fundraising efforts

‘Incredible’: The star, 22, gushed the BBC podcaster, who was made a Dame this week (pictured together with her Damehood), was an ‘superb girl’ as she lauded her fundraising efforts 

Praise: Molly-Mae took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to share the sweet tribute alongside a snap of Dame Deborah on BBC News

Praise: Molly-Mae took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to share the candy tribute alongside a snap of Dame Deborah on BBC News

Dame Deborah has been battling bowel most cancers since 2016 and she or he revealed earlier this week that she has moved to her dad and mom’ dwelling in Woking for finish of life care.

Since her prognosis, Dame Deborah has documented her journey on-line and arrange the profitable charity Bowelbabe, which has raised greater than £5.8million on Just Giving.

Having set her unique fundraising goal at £250,000, she has now raised greater than 22 instances her purpose.

On Friday, Dame Deborah additionally loved ‘tea and champagne’ with Prince William as he introduced her with a Damehood for her tireless campaigning and fundraising efforts.

She took to Instagram on Saturday to submit footage of the Duke with herself and her household, saying the go to gave them ‘a lot to smile about within the disappointment’.

She advised her 686,000 followers: ‘I consider I could have had probably the most surreal, thoughts blowing, humbling 5 days of my life. 

‘I can’t thanks on your generosity at launching the @bowelbabefund which now stands at £5.7 million, and to the @dukeandduchessofcambridge for going above and past to make a really particular reminiscence occur yesterday. 

‘Can’t fairly consider I’m truly a Dame! My household are being superb and as emotional because it all is, we’re discovering a lot to smile about within the disappointment.’

She admitted to ‘getting weaker and extra drained’, however continued: ‘I at all times mentioned I needed to slip in sideways when my time is up, with an enormous smile, no regrets and an enormous glass of champagne! Still my intention!!!’

Deborah was made a dame by the Queen this week for her dedication to elevating consciousness and funds for bowel most cancers following her prognosis in 2016. 

Celebrations: On Friday, Dame Deborah also enjoyed 'tea and champagne' with Prince William as he presented her with a Damehood for her tireless campaigning and fundraising efforts

Celebrations: On Friday, Dame Deborah additionally loved ‘tea and champagne’ with Prince William as he introduced her with a Damehood for her tireless campaigning and fundraising efforts 

Family: Dame Deborah (centre, with husband Sebastien Bowen, left, and children Eloise, 12 and Hugo, 14) told of how 'kind' William (right) and said he 'made everyone feel at ease'

Family: Dame Deborah (centre, with husband Sebastien Bowen, left, and youngsters Eloise, 12 and Hugo, 14) advised of how ‘form’ William (proper) and mentioned he ‘made everybody really feel comfortable’

The monarch led reward for Dame Deborah, saying she was ‘happy’ to approve the Damehood, whereas the Prime Minister mentioned ‘if ever an honour was well-merited, that is it’.

In her fundraising efforts, Dame Deborah reached the £5million milestone on Friday after donations from greater than 240,000 supporters, together with William and his spouse Kate.

Her Just Giving web page mentioned it’s ‘elevating cash to fund medical trials and analysis into personalised drugs for most cancers sufferers and supporting campaigns to lift consciousness of bowel most cancers’.

She mentioned she was ‘utterly misplaced for phrases’ after reaching the exceptional quantity. 

TV presenter Lorraine Kelly responded to the information, saying: ‘This is simply great – tears and laughter – love you @bowelbabe.’

Fundraising: Since her cancer diagnosis, Dame Deborah has documented her journey online and set up the charity Bowelbabe, which has raised more than £5.8million on Just Giving

Fundraising: Since her most cancers prognosis, Dame Deborah has documented her journey on-line and arrange the charity Bowelbabe, which has raised greater than £5.8million on Just Giving 

In a submit on Instagram on Friday evening, Dame Deborah thanked everybody who had donated to the Bowelbabe fund and mentioned she was ‘misplaced for phrases’.

She wrote: ‘Thanks to an extremely beneficiant donation earlier as we speak, and to each single one who’s donated to the @bowelbabefund, we have simply reached the unbelievable complete of £5m.

‘We’re utterly misplaced for phrases. This is all simply past something we may have ever imagined. The final 5 days have been surreal.’

She added: ‘Thank you for placing an enormous smile on my face, and serving to us to launch a legacy to hopefully affect a lifetime innovative most cancers care.’

On Thursday, Number 10 confirmed Deborah was to be made a dame, saying: ‘The Queen has been happy to approve that the honour of Damehood be conferred upon Deborah James.’

Honoured: Dame Deborah's husband while husband Sebastien Bowen (pictured in 2019) said a Damehood was 'something that she would never have dreamt of but it is so truly deserved'

Honoured: Dame Deborah’s husband whereas husband Sebastien Bowen (pictured in 2019) mentioned a Damehood was ‘one thing that she would by no means have dreamt of however it’s so really deserved’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson mentioned: ‘If ever an honour was well-merited, that is it. Deborah has been an inspiration and her honesty, heat and braveness has been a supply of energy to so many individuals.

‘Through her tireless campaigning and by so brazenly sharing her expertise she has not solely helped in our combat towards this horrible illness, she has ensured numerous others with the Big C haven’t felt alone. 

‘I hope this recognition from Her Majesty – backed I’m positive by the entire nation – will present some consolation to Deborah and her household at this troublesome time. My ideas are with them and Deborah ought to know she has the nation’s love and gratitude.’

Dame Deborah’s kids Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12, mentioned they have been ‘speechless’ and ‘so, so proud’, whereas husband Seb mentioned a damehood was ‘one thing that she would by no means have dreamt of however it’s so really deserved’.

Damehoods and knighthoods are often listed within the New Year or Queen’s Birthday Honours, however in distinctive circumstances some are introduced at different instances. 

It comes after Deborah moved tens of millions as she introduced in a heartbreaking message that her energetic remedy for her bowel most cancers was stopping and that she was transferring to a house hospice for finish of life care.

The mother-of two is making ready to spend her last hours on her dad and mom’ garden surrounded by household, consuming Champagne, having been advised by her hospice nurses: ‘You are dying, you’ll be able to drink what you want.’

In a tearful last newspaper interview she mentioned on Friday: ‘The one factor my household know is I’m fearful of being alone. I do not wish to die alone.’ 

Tragic: She said she has started her 'to-do death list' to support her kids Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12, when she is gone, and has urged her husband Sebastien to find love

Tragic: She mentioned she has began her ‘to-do loss of life checklist’ to help her children Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12, when she is gone, and has urged her husband Sebastien to seek out love 

When requested concerning the finish of her life approaching, she mentioned: ‘I’ve moments after I simply sob uncontrollably, however I can not spend my previous couple of days crying, it will be such a waste. So I’m attempting to compartmentalise my loss of life’.

She mentioned she has began her ‘to-do loss of life checklist’ to help her children Hugo and Eloise when she is gone, and has urged her husband Sebastien to seek out love, with the caveat: ‘Don’t be taken for a journey, do not marry a bimbo’. 

Dame Deborah mentioned she has written letters for her kids to assist them with their first dates and marriage ceremony days, and can purchase Hugo ‘a pleasant pen or pockets or cufflinks’ and Eloise ‘Tiffany bracelets and earrings’ to recollect her – in addition to some presents and postcards from her for the longer term.

Her funeral can also be deliberate the place she will likely be cremated, however she hopes her ashes will likely be saved within the household kitchen ‘for some time’ earlier than being scattered.

Family: The mother-of two (pictured with her husband Sebastien) is preparing to spend her final hours on her parents' lawn surrounded by family, drinking Champagne

Family: The mother-of two (pictured together with her husband Sebastien) is making ready to spend her last hours on her dad and mom’ garden surrounded by household, consuming Champagne

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