The plug could be pulled on North Ayrshire Christmas lights next year if budget plans are ushered in.
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Jonnie Irwin has opened up about how he's feeling about Christmas this year, saying it may be 'tricky' due to his terminal cancer diagnosis.
Earlier this month, the former A Place In The Sun presenter publicly shared his diagnosis after being told by doctors in 2020 that his stage four lung cancer had spread to his brain and left him with just months left to live.
The 49-year-old credited his wife Jessica Holmes with helping him stay positive and focus on creating as many memories as he can with his family when the dad-of-three first shared the devastating news with fans, writes The Mirror.
Speaking in a new interview, Jonnie opened up about the approach he is taking to the upcoming festive season and paid tribute to his wife and their 'perfect partnership'.
Jonnie and Jess, 40, got married in September 2016 and share three children together - Rex, three, and two-year-old twins Rafa and Cormac.
He said: "I'd be lying if I didn't say that Christmas will be tricky. I'm not saying this will be my last one because I don't know for certain. I want to be here as long as I can but it could be. And I want to enjoy it and just spend time with Jess and the kids."
Speaking about her life after his death, Jonnie heartbreakingly admitting he wants his partner to be happy but the thought of her remarrying breaks his heart. In his latest interview with The Sun, Jonnie recalled how he and Jess fell in love and revealed the reason why he asked the mum-of-three to marry him so soon after sparking up a romance in 2016.
He told the publication: "I asked Jess to marry me because not only is she very pretty but classically so, but she was fun. That's not to say anyone else I've dated 'wasn't fun, but she was just on my wavelength.
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The plug could be pulled on North Ayrshire Christmas lights next year if budget plans are ushered in.
A Place In The Sun star Jonnie Irwin has given fans an insight into his home after investing in a new fireplace this week.The 49-year-old said he was "so stoked" by the new addition as they prepare for Christmas. The presenter began by showing fans the space he made for his new fire stove as he discussed his home improvements.Speaking as he filmed, he could be heard saying it was an "exciting day today".In the video, the wooden floors could be seen covered with blue plastic covers in preparation to decorate.The room also featured green walls, a large cream corner sofa and a wall-mounted TV.Piers Morgan hits back as Stephen Fry calls him an old 'c**t'Of his new fireplace, he went on to say: "They are putting in that, and I am so stoked! I love a fire.The cabinets are made."Bit of decorating to be done but this room is really taking shape."The presenter then turned the camera around to show his followers into his conservatory which had a row of logs along the windowsill."And then hopefully, I can burn that wood supply that I've been drying out for the past month or so.
TERMINALLY-ill Jonnie Irwin enjoyed a Santa visit with his wife and son for what could be their last Christmas together. The TV presenter, 49, revealed last month that he has terminal cancer and was given six months to live by doctors. After going public with his diagnosis, the A Place in the Sun host is living life to the full and making memories with his young family.
A Place in the Sun's Jonnie Irwin says he's "given in" and started to celebrate Christmas, after sharing adorable pictures of a trip to see Santa with one of his sons. The Channel 4 presenter says he has just months to live after he was diagnosed with cancer - leaving him devastated.
A Place in the Sun's Jonnie Irwin says he's left himself filled with painkillers are a "torrid night in pain" with his cancer. The Channel 4 presenter, 49, took to Instagram to update his 141k followers about his condition, just days after a holiday abroad in Marrakesh in Morocco.
Jonnie Irwin, 48, has taken to Instagram today to share an update with his followers while detailing his "night in pain" due to his terminal lung cancer.The former A Place in the Sun presenter didn't let his "horrible" night's sleep get in his way as he tried to enjoy nature, as he shared his "determination" to enjoy the "company and the weather".Jonnie took to Instagram to share a short video earlier today in view of his 140,000 followers as he could be seen with a bicycle helmet on in the sunshine.Speaking to the camera, he revealed: "Well, after a terrible night's sleep. I was up and down getting painkillers, it was just horrible."I have woken up and it's a beautiful day so I've got a steroid inside me, some more painkillers because I'm determined to make the most of this."He then panned the camera to show a lake as he continued to fill himself with the "beautiful day".Jonnie also shared a separate post showing pictures of his walk, showing a lake as well as several boats.He captioned the post: "After a horrid night in pain I dosed up on PK’s and was able to enjoy the beautiful Lakes via E-mtb."I’ll probably pay for it later but I'm grateful for the window, the company and the weather.
TV PRESENTER Jonnie Irwin has described his love for wife Jess as they prepare for what could possibly be their last Christmas together. Jonnie, 48, diagnosed with terminal cancer, says he and Jess are the “perfect partnership” as he revealed their whirlwind relationship - which saw them marry within a year of meeting. He said: “I’d be lying if I didn’t say that Christmas will be tricky.
A Place In The Sun host Jonnie Irwin has opened up about his cancer diagnosis and heartbreak over his children forgetting him as they grow up.
British presenter Jonnie Irwin claims he was axed from his role on Channel 4 series A Place in the Sun after receiving his terminal cancer diagnosis.
TV’s Jonnie Irwin has accused A Place In The Sun bosses of dumping him as soon as he told them he was dying of cancer. The presenter, 49, claims he was paid off when diagnosed mid-series and his contract was not renewed. Dad-of-three Jonnie said: “That broke my heart.” Terminally ill TV star Jonnie Irwin has spoken of his despair at the thought of leaving behind his wife and young children.
A Place In The Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin has claimed that bosses of the show axed him after he told them he had terminal cancer.
TV presenter Jonnie Irwin fears his young children won't remember him after revealing he is terminally ill with cancer. The ex-A Place in the Sun host, who says he was axed from the show shortly after his diagnosis, became emotional as he talked about wife Jess, three-year-old son Rex and two-year-old twins Cormac and Rafa. In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Jonnie, 49, admits it's likely someone else will end up raising his kids after he's gone.
A Place in the Sun star Scarlette Douglas, 35, became the third famous face to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! last night.The star has shared her heartbreak after she learned about co-star Jonnie Irwin’s tragic terminal cancer diagnosis upon leaving the ITV show. Scarlette was shocked by the news, as she only found out about the heartbreaking prognosis after leaving the jungle. Last week, Jonnie bravely revealed he had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and had been told he only had six months to live. Scarlette, who has worked with Jonnie on Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun before, sent out a heartfelt tribute to Jonnie and his family after hearing the sad news.She said: "I had heard but I didn't realise it was terminal, which makes it sound imminent. "On A Place In The Sun we're always in different locations and we never really get to see each other. "Sometimes our paths might cross but I think I probably only met Jonnie in person maybe three times, a handful of times, but it was always just brilliant. "And I remember when I was doing my screen test for it, I'd watch a lot of his shows because he was confident with the house hunters. “He was just on it,” Scarlette remembered. “He knew everything, you know, you never question Jonnie.
A Place In The Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin is believed to be enjoying a break away for his 49th birthday today. Earlier this week, he thanked fans for their supportive messages after announcing he has terminal cancer.In his most recent post, he stood amongst a flock of sheep as he embraced the countryside two days ago.He captioned the post: "Overwhelmed by your kind messages, not had the chance to read them all yet but I assure you I will."Yesterday I needed some headspace so I escaped to the country with my brother in law and his dog.
Homes Under The Hammer presenter, 52, took to Instagram to send her love to fellow TV presenter Jonnie Irwin and his young family, after he revealed he only has months to live.Sharing her message with her 59.6K followers, she wrote: “The wonderful man @jonnieirwintv Is a true ledge. “The best presenter who puts a smile on my face EVERY time I watch him. “My 83 year old dad loves him and talks about ‘Jonnie from the telly,’ as if he knows him because he has that effect.“A true honest sad story in @hellomag, about his journey, love to you and your beautiful family.”Lucy’s tribute comes as the A Place In The Sun presenter revealed that his lung cancer has spread to his brain. The Escape To The Country host, 48, who shares his three-year-old son Rex and twins Rafa and Cormac with his wife Jessica, had initially decided to keep his illness private. Speaking to Hello! Magazine, Jonnie 48, said he chose to share his diagnosis in the hope that it will “inspire people to make the most of everyday.”The Channel 4 presenter explained that he first became aware of his symptoms back in 2020. He explained that his vision went blurry while he was driving after filming for the TV show A Place In The Sun in Italy.He said: “Within a week of flying back from filming,I was given six months to live.“I then had to go home and tell my wife, who was looking after our babies, that she is now on her own pretty much. “That was devastating. All I could do was apologise.
A Place in the Sun presenter Jonnie Irwin says he has been "overwhelmed" by the support from fans after revealing he had terminal cancer.
In a recent interview, Jonnie recounted the "devastating" moment he had to tell his wife that she would have to care for their children all by herself.Speaking to Hello! magazine, Jonnie said: “Within a week of flying back from filming, I was being given six months to live."I had to go home and tell my wife, who was looking after our babies, that she was on her own pretty much."That was devastating. All I could do was apologise to her.
British travel presenter Jonnie Irwin, known for British daytime shows A Place in the Sun and Escape to the Country, has revealed he has terminal cancer.
A PLACE In The Sun host Jonnie Irwin has admitted he has kept his terminal cancer diagnosis a secret from his kids. The Channel 4 presenter, 48, has been told he has just "six months to live" after first contracting lung cancer in 2020.
Jonnie went on: “We make fun of my hair - he calls it my 'spiky head' - but as far as he's concerned, his dad is normal and why would I shatter that innocence?"The property expert was initially diagnosed with lung cancer in 2020.However, he updated fans on his condition on Sunday, explaining that the terminal disease has spread to his brain.He stated: "I don't know how long I have left."Jonnie revealed the first warnings of his illness came while he was filming A Place in the Sun in August 2020."Within a week of flying back from filming, I was being given six months to live," he told the same publication."I had to go home and tell my wife, who was looking after our babies, that she was on her own pretty much.That was devastating."All I could do was apologise to her. I felt so responsible."Fans of the presenter took to social media to express their devastation over his health update.Twitter user @AlexaJayne wrote: "So sad such a lovely guy, losing too many to cancer, which seems to be getting worse it’s devastating for families to go through."@DalekDi simply penned: "So sad" along with a crying emoji.@lindaleitchman commented: "Such sad news about Jonnie Irwin.