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Sarah Beeny shows off her curly blonde hair as she reveals it is longer than husband Graham’s ‘for the first time in ages’ amid breast cancer battle

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Sarah Beeny showed off her curly blonde locks while posing for an Instagram photo on Sunday with her husband Graham amid her battle with breast cancer.

Sarah Beeny showed off her curly blonde locks while posing for an Instagram photo on Sunday with her husband Graham amid her battle with breast cancer.

The television presenter, 51, was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2022 and underwent grueling chemotherapy, as well as a double mastectomy.

Sarah, who was given the all-clear in April 2023, smiled as she stood back to back with Graham and gushed that her “hair is longer now” than his.

Showing off her gorgeous curly locks, Sarah wrote: “For the first time in a long time my hair is longer than Graham’s!!!”

Fans quickly took to the comments to tell the TV star that she is an “inspiration” and that they are so “happy” for her.

Sarah Beeny showed off her curly blonde locks while posing for an Instagram photo on Sunday with her husband Graham amid her battle with breast cancer.

Sarah Beeny showed off her curly blonde locks while posing for an Instagram photo on Sunday with her husband Graham amid her battle with breast cancer.

The television presenter, 51, was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2022 and underwent grueling chemotherapy, as well as a double mastectomy.

The television presenter, 51, was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2022 and underwent grueling chemotherapy, as well as a double mastectomy.

The television presenter, 51, was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2022 and underwent grueling chemotherapy, as well as a double mastectomy.

One wrote: “The smile on your face is everything.”

Another said: ‘Looks great too. You are a inspiration’.

A third added: “That’s fantastic, I love how curly it is. I’m so happy, it’s great to see you both smiling and happy.”

“Looks really beautiful and curly xx,” gushed another.

“Fabulous, I love the curls x,” added a fifth.

Sarah married artist Graham, 50, in 2002, after meeting on a blind date when she was 18, and they share four children: Billy, 18; Charlie, 16 years old; Rafferty, 14; and Laurie, 12.

In March 2023, Sarah revealed that her son dyed her hair platinum after her breast cancer treatment.

The mother of four shaved her hair after strands fell out when she started chemotherapy in 2022.

Showing off her gorgeous curly locks, Sarah, who got the nod in April 2023, wrote: 'For the first time in a long time my hair is longer than Graham's!!! Xx'

Showing off her gorgeous curly locks, Sarah, who got the nod in April 2023, wrote: 'For the first time in a long time my hair is longer than Graham's!!! Xx'

Showing off her gorgeous curly locks, Sarah, who got the nod in April 2023, wrote: ‘For the first time in a long time my hair is longer than Graham’s!!! Xx’

Fans quickly took to the comments to tell the TV star that she is an “inspiration” and that they are so “happy” for her.

In March 2023, Sarah revealed that her son dyed her hair platinum after her breast cancer treatment.

In March 2023, Sarah revealed that her son dyed her hair platinum after her breast cancer treatment.

In March 2023, Sarah revealed that her son dyed her hair platinum after her breast cancer treatment.

After it started growing back, Sarah took to Instagram to post a series of snaps documenting her hair transformation process.

One image showed her son smiling as she applied the dye to his hair, while another revealed the product he was using.

She wrote: “Thank you for all your lovely comments on my last post. Unfortunately my hair [is] Natural hair, not platinum blonde…..!!!!’

While Sarah didn’t want to make a “big deal” of breaking the cancer news to her children, she said she considered not telling her husband for 20 years “so it didn’t seem real.”

It comes after Sarah revealed she underwent genetic testing to determine her family’s risk of developing cancer following her own battle with the disease.

Sarah’s mother Ann also had a tough battle with cancer and died when she was just 10 years old.

But the star has been incredibly open about her journey and, in a recent interview, talked about how she has now discovered she has a genetic mutation, making her more likely to contract the disease.

The test results solidified Sarah’s decision to have a double mastectomy rather than a single, as the gene meant she had a 50/50 chance of getting cancer again in the future in the breast that was not already there. affected.

The Property Ladder presenter shares four children, Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12, with husband Graham Swift.

The Property Ladder presenter shares four children, Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12, with husband Graham Swift.

The Property Ladder presenter shares four children, Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12, with husband Graham Swift.

It also means there is a 50/50 chance of her passing the gene on to her children, Billy, Charlie, Rafferty and Laurie.

Sarah discovered that while her BRCA1 and BRCA2 tests were negative, her PALB2 test was positive, which could have wider implications for her children and potential future grandchildren.

In the UK, breast cancer survival rates have doubled in the last 50 years, according to Cancer Research UK, partly due to improvements in treatment and also earlier detection through screening.

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