Writer and presenter Deborah James, who has been battling bowel cancer since 2016, died at her family’s home. The family, who gave the sad news, said that they were with the server until the last moment.
Known for her BBC podcast “You Me and The Big C”, Deborah James has been battling bowel cancer since 2016. Sad news came from the 40-year-old presenter, who made his name known to a wide audience due to the fight against cancer.
DIED AT HIS FAMILY’S HOUSE
James, who made a statement about his illness last May, stated that there was nothing to be done for him medically anymore, and therefore he would start home care. The famous name died in the house of his family, where he had been treated for a while.
Who was Dame Deborah James?
Deborah was born on October 1, 1981 in London to her parents Heather James and Alistair James.
She attended Salesian School, Chertsey and later studied economics at the University of Exeter.
She was an English journalist, podcast host and charity campaigner.
Deborah has two children with Sebastian.
They have Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12.
Who is Deborah James’ husband?
Deborah was married to her husband Sebastien Bowen.
They tied the knot in 2008.
Shortly before her death, Deborah said she wanted Sebastian to “move on”.
Speaking to The Times in May, Deborah said: “I don’t think I’ve ever seen my husband so emotional. He’s suddenly realised the enormity of this. I have given him strict instructions: I want him to move on.”