“My return wouldn’t have been possible without our NHS”

BY BEATRIZ VASQUES. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/DIVA

BBC presenter Jane Hill, 49, has presented BBC One’s lunchtime programme for the first time since November after revealing she’s been battling breast cancer for the past six months.

Hill, who has presented at a number of DIVA events over the years, thanked her followers on Twitter for their many well wishes as well as the NHS for their ongoing care and support.

She said: “Overwhelmed by so many lovely back-to-work messages. I just want to say that my return wouldn’t have been possible without our NHS,

“Sending love & thanks to the numerous @NHSuk staff who spotted my breast cancer, treated it, and continue to look after me. Thank you all.”

DIVA send Jane their love!

If this story has affected you, please visit the following organisations Coppafeel, The Pink Ribbon Foundation or Breast Cancer Care.

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