Actress Lynda Bellingham was laid to rest at a small, private funeral on Monday (03Nov14).
The Canadian/British star died aged 66 on 19 October (14) following a battle with bowel cancer.
On Monday, she was mourned by friends and family at Church of St. Bartholomew in Somerset, England at a funeral service which her widower Michael Pattemore organised according to his wife's instructions.
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Nolan was left devastated when her friend and fellow panelist on U.K. Tv show Loose Women passed away at the age of 66 after a battle with bowel cancer.
The singer-turned-Tv star has now penned a heart-warming article for British newspaper the Daily Mirror, in which she shares her memories of Bellingham and recounts their final goodbye during a small screen special which was filmed just days before her death.
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The Canadian/British actress, best known as the star of Oxo gravy Tv adverts in the U.K., passed away aged 66 after a battle with cancer, and Star Trek actor Pegg was among the first to offer his condolences to his late friend.
In a post on Twitter.com, he writes, "Lynda Bellingham, a gorgeous, brassy, funny, generous, talented human being. My first Tv mother figure and and a treasured friend."
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The actress best known as ‘The Oxo mum’ had intended to end her cancer treatment next month.
Tributes are being paid to actress Lynda Bellingham who died yesterday after a year long battle with colon cancer. The 66 year old actress had been speaking publicly in recent weeks about her decision to end her treatment next month and her hopes to spend one last Christmas with her family.
Lynda Bellingham has died aged 66
Bellingham, who was a regular panelist on ITV’s ‘Loose Women’, died in the arms of her husband Michael in a London hospital yesterday, her agent said in a statement.
Canadian/British actress and television presenter Lynda Bellingham has died aged 66.
The star's agent, Sue Latimer, confirmed Bellingham died at a hospital in London on Sunday (19Oct14) after a battle with bowel cancer.
Latimer says in a statement, "Lynda died peacefully in her husband's arms yesterday evening at a London hospital. Her family, to whom she was devoted, would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support. As an actor, writer and presenter, Lynda was a consummate professional to the very end. Those of us privileged to have known her personally will miss the entertaining, life enhancing, true and honest friend that blessed our lives."
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Actress Lynda Bellingham feels overwhelmed by the support she has received from fans after declaring she has just weeks left to live.
The 66 year old was diagnosed with bowel cancer last year (13) and made the decision to stop chemotherapy in November (14), revealing she wants to live through Christmas (14) and pass away by the end of January (15).
On Monday (29Sep14), the former Loose Women panellist was due to phone into the British talk show to give an update on her health, but was unable to make the call as she was undergoing a treatment session.
Actress Lynda Bellingham is battling terminal cancer and plans to take herself off chemotherapy in November (14).
The 66 year old was diagnosed with the disease last year (13) but never revealed what type it was and told her fans that her treatment was going well.
She has now confessed that the cancer in her bowel is terminal and has spread to her liver and lungs.
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Actress Lynda Bellingham is more determined than ever to beat cancer as her chemotherapy sessions are "going swimmingly" and she has even stepped up her charity work.
The 65 year old Canadian/British star was diagnosed with a form of the disease last year (13) and has put her acting career on hold while she fights the condition.
Bellingham has now revealed she is still undergoing treatment, but she insists the therapy is going well and she feels healthy enough to take on more work for good causes during her career break.
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Earlier this month (Jul13) the 65 year old revealed she was undergoing treatment for cancer, and news of her friend and former co-star's death on 4 July made the fight all the more poignant.
In a piece for Britain's Yours magazine, she writes, "When you hear the word cancer applied to yourself, you do initially think it's a death sentence - even though in my case it certainly isn't.
Lynda Bellingham will not begin her treatment, vowing to return to the stage next year.
Lynda Bellingham, the British actress best known for her appearances as Helen Herriot in All Creatures Great and Small and the mother of a squabbling family in the Oxo TV adverts of the 80s and 90s, has been diagnosed with cancer.
The 65-year-old, whose sister Barbra died of lung cancer, has postponed a UK tour of Kay Mellor's play A Passionate Woman to have treatment though vowed to return to the stage next year.
Bellingham, perhaps best known to younger audiences as a panellist on Loose Women, said in a statement reported by the BBC, "I'm devastated not to be able to honour my commitments to the play this year.
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