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Linda Nolan explains living situation amid latest cancer update

Coleen Nolan's sister's cancer has spread to her brain

Linda Nolan wearing black on the red carpet
Melanie Macleod
Melanie MacleodWellness Editor
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Despite sharing the devastating news that her cancer has spread to her brain, Linda Nolan continues to keep her fans up to date on how she's feeling, even apologising to her devoted followers in her latest post.

In the photo, Linda poses in a popping pink ensemble, but draws attention to the sofa behind her, which has her tablet, bag and assorted other items piled on it.

"Excuse the sofa debris," Linda said of the mess. "I'm spending as much time downstairs at Denise's as possible, while I'm waiting for the stairlift to come."

Linda Nolan smiling at home in a pink cardigan© Instagram
Linda Nolan keeps her fans updated on her health

Denise is another of Linda and Coleen's sisters, with whom Linda is currently staying. The stairlift is likely to help Linda move around the house with more ease when she's not feeling well, and fans were quick to support her.

"Don’t blame you Linda, your comfort comes first, don't worry about stuff on the sofa," one wrote, while another added: "Never apologise Linda. You look beautiful."

RELATED: The Nolan sisters' heartbreaking cancer battles explained 

A third wrote: "Can't see anything but a beautiful strong lady," while a fourth reassured: "Sofa debris is normal in an Irish household."

Linda shared the news that she's awaiting installation of a stairlift comes after she revealed she has planned her own funeral.

Linda Nolan in full glamour in a pink top© Instagram
Linda Nolan has been living with her sister Denise

"I've gone into it a little bit," she told The Mirror, explaining she has opted for a pink, glittery coffin and plans to have Our Last Song Together by Neil Sedaka played.

READ MORE: Linda Nolan shares update on treatment for brain cancer 

Linda's beloved husband Brian died of cancer, as did her younger sister, Bernie, and they both organised their own funeral, explaining  that it makes it "easier for people left behind."

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