The 40-year-old was sent to palliative care two weeks ago after she complained her body ‘just isn’t playing ball’.
Podcaster and Sun columnist Debs has been staying at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey since then and claims she knows her whole family is knackered. MOTHER’S LOVE I’m determined to protect my kids from seeing my darkest days, says Deborah James.
Speaking to The Sun in an exclusive interview, she said they had gone above and beyond to look after and nurture her.
Debs said she has good days and is terrible – adding she is doing all she can to keep her daughters, Eloise, 12, and Hugo, 14, from experiencing her darkest times.
“I feel very strongly that I don’t want my kids to see me irritated and distressed, she added.
“I want to make sure they see me when I’m having a good day.”
This drive to protect her children, Debs explains, stems from watching her own grandparents when they were ailing.
She remarked that there had not been positive memories for her and added that she doesn’t want that for her kids.
“I want them to have wonderful memories.