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Inside Jonnie Irwin’s whirlwind romance with wife as A Place in the Stun star reveals tough decision after cancer shock

TV PRESENTER Jonnie Irwin has described his love for wife Jess as they prepare for what could possibly be their last Christmas together. Jonnie, 48, diagnosed with terminal cancer, says he and Jess are the “perfect partnership” as he revealed their whirlwind relationship - which saw them marry within a year of meeting. He said: “I’d be lying if I didn’t say that Christmas will be tricky.

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A Place in the Sun star Scarlette Douglas, 35, became the third famous face to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! last night.The star has shared her heartbreak after she learned about co-star Jonnie Irwin’s tragic terminal cancer diagnosis upon leaving the ITV show. Scarlette was shocked by the news, as she only found out about the heartbreaking prognosis after leaving the jungle. Last week, Jonnie bravely revealed he had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and had been told he only had six months to live. Scarlette, who has worked with Jonnie on Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun before, sent out a heartfelt tribute to Jonnie and his family after hearing the sad news.She said: "I had heard but I didn't realise it was terminal, which makes it sound imminent. "On A Place In The Sun we're always in different locations and we never really get to see each other. "Sometimes our paths might cross but I think I probably only met Jonnie in person maybe three times, a handful of times, but it was always just brilliant. "And I remember when I was doing my screen test for it, I'd watch a lot of his shows because he was confident with the house hunters. “He was just on it,” Scarlette remembered. “He knew everything, you know, you never question Jonnie.
Lucy Alexander sends love to Jonnie Irwin and 'beautiful family' amid cancer heartbreak
Homes Under The Hammer presenter, 52, took to Instagram to send her love to fellow TV presenter Jonnie Irwin and his young family, after he revealed he only has months to live.Sharing her message with her 59.6K followers, she wrote: “The wonderful man @jonnieirwintv Is a true ledge. “The best presenter who puts a smile on my face EVERY time I watch him. “My 83 year old dad loves him and talks about ‘Jonnie from the telly,’ as if he knows him because he has that effect.“A true honest sad story in @hellomag, about his journey, love to you and your beautiful family.”Lucy’s tribute comes as the A Place In The Sun presenter revealed that his lung cancer has spread to his brain. The Escape To The Country host, 48, who shares his three-year-old son Rex and twins Rafa and Cormac with his wife Jessica, had initially decided to keep his illness private.  Speaking to Hello! Magazine, Jonnie 48, said he chose to share his diagnosis in the hope that it will “inspire people to make the most of everyday.”The Channel 4 presenter explained that he first became aware of his symptoms back in 2020.  He explained that his vision went blurry while he was driving after filming for the TV show A Place In The Sun in Italy.He said: “Within a week of flying back from filming,I was given six months to live.“I then had to go home and tell my wife, who was looking after our babies, that she is now on her own pretty much. “That was devastating. All I could do was apologise.
A Place In The Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin shares concern over 'ugly' new family home
A Place in the Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin has taken to Instagram to share his concerns about his "ugly" new family home.The property expert, 48, showed fans his new home, revealing that he plans to get stuck in on the "massive project" over the next two months before he starts filming the hit Channel 4 property show again in April.In view of his 29,200 followers, Jonnie shared his renovation plans for his family home project.Appearing in a coat and hat, the Channel 4 host said: "Hello from a rather chilly but gorgeous day up here in Newcastle."You might remember that a short while ago I'd just posted that we'd bought a new family home.""This is the first family home we've owned since we've been a family of five, so it's very exciting," he added.Jonnie went on: "I want to document all that I do with this house and it will be warts and all, good news and bad news, including all my mistakes, of which there will be many, I'm sure.""But let's start at the front," he said before showing off his new detached home to fans.He continued: "Principally, I was always taught to buy the worst house on the best street."Well, it's a pretty lovely street, it's full of families and I've managed to find certainly the ugliest house!""Here she is! Oh yes," Jonnie said, while panning the camera around his new home"What a beauty!" the dad-of-three exclaimed, before adding: "Yeah, she's not the best, 1960's, but I intend to obviously make some changes but to embrace the 1960's of it."So, I want to make it modernist, I want to keep these straight lines.