British writer Sophie Kinsella (54) shares a public statement after difficult months and tells her fans the shocking news: the author is fighting cancer. Already in 2022, the author of the “Shopaholic” book series was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Sophie is now connecting with her fans for the first time on Instagram to talk about her fate and encourage others affected.

After surgery, Sophie Kinsella continues to fight aggressive brain cancer

According to the author, the cancer is glioblastoma, “an aggressive form of brain cancer.” It was a big shock for him and his family to deal with first. Sophie has now had a successful operation followed by radiation and chemotherapy. As of now, Kinsella is still being treated at a London clinic. In recent months, the writer has not had the strength to share his diagnosis with the public, but now he wants to share his fate.

“At the moment everything is stable and I feel very good in general, although I am very tired and my memory is even worse than before,” he continues. She is “so grateful” to her family and friends, doctors and nurses, as well as her readers “for their constant support.”

Finally, he wanted to encourage all those who are also suffering from some form of cancer and send them his love and best wishes. “Getting a serious diagnosis can feel very lonely and scary, and the support and care of those around you means more than words can express.”

It was with these works that Kinsella became known

Sophie Kinsella is a successful author from the UK. He got his big break with the book series “Shopaholic – The Bargain Hunter”. The 2009 film adaptation of the same name with Isla Fisher (48) as Rebecca Bloomwood was very popular. Most recently, a movie was made with Alexandra Daddario (38) based on Kinsella's book “Don't tell anyone, dear” (2019). Kinsella mainly writes romantic comedies.

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