‘My kids are going to grow up not knowing their dad and it breaks my heart’, Johnny Irwin has terminal cancer

Joni Irwin, 48, one of the star presenters of British BBC television, has announced that she has lung cancer that has spread to her brain.

“My children are going to grow up not knowing their father, and that breaks my heart.” ‘Hello!’ Irving said in an interview with the magazine.

The TV presenter has three sons, Rex, three, and two-year-old twins, Rafa and Cormac, with his wife Jessica, 40.

In 2020, he was first diagnosed with the disease while filming Channel 4’s ‘A Place in the Sun’ in Italy, the spokesperson explained.

Irwin explained that as a result of being checked for blurred vision, he began to feel that something was wrong with him: “A week after returning from filming, they gave me six months to live.”

He noted of the uncertain moment: “I had to go home (to Newcastle) and tell my wife, who was looking after our children, that she was alone. It was devastating. All I could do was apologize to her. I felt very responsible.”

Johnny Irwin doesn’t know “how long” he has to live, but he wants to “make the most of it” with his family.

“I hope I can inspire people who live with limiting perspectives to make the most of each day.“To help them see that even when they die, they can live positive lives,” he said.

The presenter said she tried to stay positive “My attitude is I’m living with cancer, not dying from it.”

He plans only possible things in his routine: “I used to say: – Don’t plan in advance, because it won’t be enough.”

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