Sarah Beeny shares photo of her drawing on eyebrows with Biro amid cancer fight
The TV star revealed last year that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer
Sarah Beeny’s fans called her “an inspiration” after she shared a photo of herself drawing on her eyebrows with Biro amid her cancer fight.
The Property Ladder star, 51, revealed last year that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and she has been having chemotherapy.
She started to lose her hair and ended up taking matters into her own hands and shaving the rest off.
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Sharing that she’d also lost her eyebrows, Beeny posted a snap on Instagram that showed her leaning into a mirror and drawing them on with a pen.
“When you forget to draw your eyebrows on and only have a Biro to hand!!” she captioned the post.
“It sort of worked…” she said, adding a laughing emoji and the hashtags “#brow #browgoals”.
Fans praised the mum-of-four for the post, saying it inspired other people who were also fighting the illness.
“You are such an inspiration,” said one of her followers in the comments section.
“Hurry up and get well we miss you super programmes.”
“You are helping others that walk this path...... I am almost 16 years post diagnosis.... Stay strong...,” said somebody else.
One fan wrote: “A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do!! Love a bit of improvisation. Still beautiful.”
“Such an inspiration to all women in similar situations,” added another fan, saying that Beeny was “beautiful with or without hair”.
Someone else said the star’s “energy and influence” were “so uplifting”.
Another joked that the celeb might be starting a new trend.
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Beeny’s mother also had breast cancer and died of the illness at just 39, when the star was just 10.
Speaking last year, the presenter said that she had “always assumed” she would get the disease too.
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