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Dame Deborah James told children to ‘take chances and experience life now’ in letter to her family


Dame Deborah James’ touching final letter: Bowelbabe campaigner told children to ‘take chances and experience life now’ and to marry for love before she died aged 40

  • The charity fundraiser and podcast star shared her life lessons in her new book How To Live When You Could Be Dead
  • Deborah James died aged 40 in June after a five-year battle with cancer during which time she raised over seven million pounds for charity
  • She is survived by her husband Sebastien and two children, 14-year-old Hugo and 12-year-old Eloise 

Dame Deborah James told her children to ‘take a chance and back yourself’ and asked them to experience life now instead of waiting until they were older, in a final piece of advice.

The charity fundraiser and podcast star shared her life lessons in her…



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