Molly-Mae Hague has shared an anecdote about Deborah James after the presenter raised £4million for charity.The terminally ill presenter has been made a Dame after raising just short of millions for charity in a matter of days, after announcing that she had been moved to hospice at home care.The 40 year old, who has been courageously battling bowel cancer for five years, wrote a heartbreaking “goodbye" post on Monday revealing that her body “just wasn’t playing ball” and has raised millions of pounds in just a few days to go towards research and treatment of the disease.Taking to Twitter, Molly-Mae shared how she was “so inspired” by Deborah’s work.
Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter Posting a photo of a television segment covering Deborah’s fundraising campaign, Molly Mae wrote: “You are incredible @bowelbabe “My mum went to an event especially to meet Deborah a few years back because we were so inspired by her journey/podcast. “What an amazing woman she is having raised £4million”.
It comes after the devastating announcement penned by mum of two Deborah, in which she asked her followers to donate to cancer research for the price of a drink “to see me out of this world”.There have been numerous calls for Deborah to be honoured with a Damehood, and now she has, after Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and No10 honoured her.
In a statement, Downing Street said the Queen was “pleased to approve the honour of damehood” be conferred upon Deborah. Revealing her shock at being made a Dame, Deborah told The Sun: “I don't know what to say.Read more on ok.co.uk