Linda Nolan moves in with sister after recent falls amid health battle

Legendary Irish singer Linda Nolan, 64, will move in with her devoted sister Denise following her latest cancer treatment, it has been revealed. 

The actress and TV personality continues to fight the disease, which family sources have now confirmed has spread to her brain. 

The defiant star has now started her radiotherapy, returning to the Rosemere Cancer Centre at Preston Royal Hospital this week for treatment.

The star, who previously appeared at the centre for radiotherapy back in 2005 and in 2017, was seen walking in arm in arm with her loyal sister. 

As she prepared to meet with doctors, she valiantly vowed to tackle the disease “head on”.

With Linda’s permission, a family source told the Mirror: “Linda was nervous about facing yet another round of radiotherapy. 

“She’d been treated with it before and knows how physically and mentally demanding it can be.

“She’s never afraid to tackle things head on and this was no different,” the source added.

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“Even walking into the hospital with her walking stick, rather than being in her wheelchair, was an act of defiance against her cancer. She’s taking control and she means business.”

The source added: “She will be staying with Denise for the foreseeable, as she’s unsteady on her feet and because of the falls she has suffered recently.”

Linda will be living with Denise after previously already living only a short distance away, as the pair are extremely close. 


The star appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain earlier this week, where she confessed she felt “scared” after doctors told her the cancer had spread to her brain.

“It’s [about] being practical and owning up that I have got this horrible disease,” she said. “I don’t know how long I’ve got left and that’s not me being morbid – I don’t know, none of us know really.”

Linda was first diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2005 and was cleared a year later, but in 2017 it returned as incurable secondary cancer in her hip, which then spread to her liver three years later. 

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