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Sarah Beeny has her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed amid cancer battle as she puts on a united display with husband Graham Swift ahead of surgery after revealing marriage ‘was all about our nails »


Sarah Beeny put on a united display with her husband Graham Swift on Friday as she underwent surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes.

The TV presenter, 51, previously revealed their marriage was “hanging on its skin” following her battle with breast cancer in a candid new interview.

She received the green light in April 2023 and in June she released her documentary Sarah Beeny vs. Cancer which detailed her cancer journey, including her double mastectomy.

This week, Sarah underwent further surgery after testing positive for the PALB2 gene mutation as she shared a photo of her and Graham kissing outside the hospital.

Giving her fans an update on Instagram, she wrote: “Turns out it was a small day surgery to remove my ovaries and tubes as the last box to tick after a tested positive for PALB2 gene mutation.”

Support: Sarah Beeny, 51, showed unity with husband Graham Swift, 50, as she underwent surgery on Friday

She added: ‘It’s not quite the walk in the park and being smart I was expecting – I’m not feeling as cheerful as when G dropped me off this morning …..x”

The PALB2 gene, discovered only in 2006, increases the risk of breast cancer when mutated, like the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes.

Earlier this week, Sarah reflected on her relationship with artist Graham, who took a break from his lucrative art career to work on renovating their old dairy farm, saying they both admitted they stayed together for their children adolescents.

They share four children, sons Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12.

Speaking on The Mid.Point podcast with Gabby Logan, Sarah admitted: “We are hanging on by our fingernails. I mean, it’s not easy, is it?

“Graham always said, ‘The day we have to work on our marriage, I’ll leave.’ And I was like, ‘Really? But I think he had to work at it to be honest.’

The star then admitted: “I was particularly horrible, because I’ve been a bit horrible at times over the last couple of years, to be honest.

“I was particularly horrible and he said, ‘you know, the problem is Sarah, you’re not ready to go and have your kids half the time, and neither am I, so we’re going to stay together.’

This week, Sarah underwent further surgery after testing positive for the PALB2 gene mutation as she shared a photo of her and Graham kissing outside the hospital.

This week, Sarah underwent further surgery after testing positive for the PALB2 gene mutation as she shared a photo of her and Graham kissing outside the hospital.

Difficult: TV presenter, 51, previously revealed their marriage was 'hanging on its skin' after her battle with breast cancer in candid new interview

Difficult: TV presenter, 51, previously revealed their marriage was ‘hanging on its skin’ after her battle with breast cancer in candid new interview

Hospital: Giving her fans an update, she wrote:

Hospital: Giving her fans an update, she wrote: “Turns out a small day surgery to remove my ovaries and tubes as the last box to tick after testing positive for the gene mutation PALB2”

“And we’re going to stay together, happy or unhappy, so what would you like it to be?” “And I was like, oh, it’s pretty dark, isn’t it?

“He said ‘you want to be happy or unhappy, because either way, we’re always going to live together,’ so I was like, ‘OK, we’ll be happy then, okay?’ he said to me: “What a good idea”.

“Maybe you should be a little nicer?” I was like, “Yeah, okay, I’ll do it.” » It makes so much sense, doesn’t it?

Sarah also told how she spoke about their problems with her older brother Diccon, who gave her firm but fair advice.

She said: “I called my brother… and I said, ‘It’s true, Graham is so boring, I think we’re going to split up,’ and he listened to me for hours, yeah, yeah, yeah, he said, “I understand Sarah, it must be horrible being married to him.

“I think the only thing that could be worse is being married to you.” So I suggest you go and put on makeup! So everything is fine.

The couple married in 2002 after meeting on a blind date when she was just 18 years old.

Health: The TV presenter, 51, was given the green light in April 2023 and in June released her documentary Sarah Beeny vs.  Cancer which detailed her cancer journey, including her double mastectomy.

Health: The TV presenter, 51, was given the green light in April 2023 and in June released her documentary Sarah Beeny vs. Cancer which detailed her cancer journey, including her double mastectomy.

Family unity: Earlier this week, Sarah reflected on her relationship with artist Graham saying they both admitted they stayed together for their teenage children (sons Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14 years old and Laurie, 12 years old).

Family unity: Earlier this week, Sarah reflected on her relationship with artist Graham saying they both admitted they stayed together for their teenage children (sons Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14 years old and Laurie, 12 years old).

In 2014, Sarah shed light on some of the unique elements of their relationship, saying: “I never told my husband I loved him because he was teasing me and he told me them either… “

“It’s just a word and I don’t think my relationship with my husband is like anyone else’s, so I wouldn’t want to use the same word that everyone else uses…

“I don’t like the word ‘love’ because it has all sorts of connotations of what Hallmark cards say you should do and I don’t think love is predictable…

“It doesn’t have to happen on February 14 and it doesn’t come from a card store or have glittery red hearts on it – it just lets someone know you care.”

The Mid.Point with Gabby Logan is available to listen to on all podcast platforms.

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