In her latest Instagram post, Heather Bone has paid tribute to her husband to mark their wedding anniversary.
On Wednesday, Heather shared throwback photos from her wedding as she and husband Daniel marked their anniversary.
Heather shared a beautiful photo from their special day, showing the newlyweds kissing as they cut the cake.
The next photo saw Heather in a wheelchair as Daniel put his arm around her while smiling for the camera.
The final shot showed Heather’s stunning wedding dress as she and Daniel gazed at each other.
Heather then posted a message to her husband.
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Heather wrote: “Happy anniversary to my husband Daniel Bone.
“I would say he’s my best friend but he’s a pain in my bum but I would not be without him.”
Her followers congratulated the couple on their anniversary and gushed over the beautiful pictures.
One said: “Happy anniversary to you both. Your wedding dress is beautiful Heather.”
Another wrote: “Gorgeous! Happy anniversary.”
One commented: “Lovely pictures happy anniversary.”
Heather won over This Morning viewers when she won £2,000 in an edition of Dosh on your Doorstep in June.
The mum-of-two from West Sussex was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2019 and then given the all-clear just before her 40th birthday last summer.
However, later in 2020, Heather was told the cancer had returned and spread to her brain. She was told she had just months to live.
Heather Bone shares details of farewell party
On This Morning, Heather explained she was having a farewell ‘Wake Me Up Before I Go Go’ party.
Earlier this month, she hosted the party and later appeared on This Morning to reveal details of the bash.
Heather said her friends and family dressed up for the party and they all wore different wigs.
She said: “It was nice to see people I haven’t seen for quite a long time.
“It was emotional, it was happy, it was nice to see work friends I haven’t seen for a while. It was really nice.”
Following the party, Heather said she stayed in bed the entire next day.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money to help Heather in her “final few months of life” and to help her sons after she’s gone.
So far, it’s raised more than £20,000. If you want to donate, visit Heather’s page here.
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