Sarah Beeny got super cosy and snuggled up in bed with her pets before undergoing her final chemotherapy session.
The TV presenter, 50, has documented her journey with breast cancer since she was diagnosed in August after finding a lump.
December 30 was set to be her last day of chemotherapy, but, as she explained in a previous post, it had to be pushed back due to her liver numbers being ‘too high’ and her ‘white blood cells too low’.
Ahead of the big day, the property expert shared the sweet snap of herself with her dogs and cat, who were keeping her warm in the winter chill.
Along with the snap, which shows her snuggled up in bed, she joked: ‘No need for a hot water bottle tonight…..!! #dog #cat.’
Previously announcing that her chemo had been delayed earlier this week, the deflated star admitted she had been ‘laying around like a Dowager Duchess a bit since’.
But looking on the bright side, Sarah added that she was a little ‘less Eeyore’ this week, and is hoping for good results.
Her words captioned a picture of a frothy coffee and two biscuits on a ‘perfect tray’ her 18-year-old son, Billy, had brought her.
Despite her cancer battle, Sarah and her family appeared to have enjoyed the festive period.
Alongside a recent jovial picture of the family laughing whilst playing Monopoly – an achievement at the best of times – Sarah also shared a selfie of her and her other son, Charlie, 16, which shows the pair potting flowers in loo roll sticks.
Sarah joked that it’s ‘just not that weird a thing to do with empty loo rolls,’ before adding, ‘just you wait till all the flowers pop out…..!!!’
On Christmas day, the presenter also posted a candid photo of her chilling on the stairs and grinning at how they have managed to ‘get most of the garden attached to the bannister’ as decoration.
As well as Billy and Charlie, Sarah also has Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12, all of whom she shares with husband Graham Swift.
The pair met when they were 18 and have been married since 2003.
But it’s not just Sarah’s family who she’s found support from: in another post on Christmas Day of a fiery Christmas pudding, Sarah thanked her followers too.
She said: ‘Merry Christmas everyone – hope you had a lovely day and thank you for all your support over the last few months – can’t tell you how much difference it has made.’
Sarah previously said that she always felt she’d get cancer after her mother died from breast cancer at the age of 39.
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