Linda Nolan no longer fears death amid cancer diagnosis after late sister appeared in her dream

Linda Nolan has revealed she’s no longer frightened of death (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Linda Nolan has revealed she no longer fears death, amid her cancer diagnosis.

The 64-year-old announced in March  that her cancer has spread to her brain, after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006.

She was later diagnosed with incurable secondary breast cancer which had spread to her hip in 2017, and three years later, revealed the disease had spread to her liver, with more tumours being discovered.

Linda has since been sharing updates, including saying she’s preparing ‘for the inevitable’, and just weeks ago sharing her devastation as she shaved her head after losing hair for the fourth time.

Despite the sad news, Linda has now admitted she isn’t’ scared of death, after her sister Bernie appeared in a dream to help her get her will together.

‘What happens when you die is a frightening thought,’ she said.

She continued to Best Magazine (via The Mirror): ‘I was really scared that first night. But I dreamt of Bernie all night a few days later.

Bernie Nolan (third from right) died aged 52 in July 2013 (Picture: SAV/FilmMagic)

‘We were laughing hysterically like we used to and we were sorting my will.

‘It was “give that one this, give that one that” – when I woke up, I wasn’t frightened any more. Can you believe that’s how I feel?’

Bernie announced her breast cancer diagnosis in 2010, before sharing she was cancer=free after a mastectomy and chemotherapy.

In 2012, she revealed she was no longer taking cancer treatment drugs, but just months later her cancer returned. She died aged 52 in July 2013.

Linda has previously spoken about being willing to ‘do anything to stay alive’.

Linda has previously spoken about being willing to ‘do anything to stay alive’. (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock)

Speaking in an interview last year, Linda said she was a ‘complete mess’ following her most recent diagnosis.

‘I started the chemo again in September but the doctor said it hadn’t done what they hoped it would do,’ she told The Sun.

‘The tumours on my liver were enlarged and were growing, so they had to put me back on chemo again.

‘It was a shock. But I’ll do anything to stay alive.’

Macmillan cancer support

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