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Christine McGuinness has revealed her mother is "doing incredibly well" after finishing her breast cancer treatment.
The 32-year-old updated her Instagram followers on Thursday about her mother’s health alongside a beaming shot of them holding each other in her back garden.
Captioning the heartfelt post, the mother-of-three wrote: "Ma.
'Always remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think and loved more than you know.'
"So many of you ask about my mum, she is doing amazingly well, I’m so proud of her. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy is all done now it’s time for her to enjoy life!"
Christine McGuinness hugged her beloved 'Ma' and assured she is 'doing amazingly well' after completing her breast cancer treatment
The mother and daughter looked happier than ever in the sweet photo three months after Christine broke down in tears of joy on Instagram as she revealed her mum had finished chemotherapy.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star's mum has been battling breast cancer and completed a six-month course of treatment in March.
At the time, Christine hadn't been able to see her mum for seven months as she self-isolated while receiving treatment amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to her Instagram Story, Christine, 32, sobbed in the back of her car as she shared her utter joy that her mum was done with chemo.
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She also shared a picture of her mum ringing the bell in hospital, which is a gesture cancer patients often do when they finish their treatment or go into remission.
Christine said: "Hey everyone – I'm going to try and get through this without crying.
In March, Christine cried tears of joy as she revealed her mum had finished her chemotherapy
"I'm very, very happy, these are happy tears. It's been a very emotional day today. My mum has just rang the bell.
"This means she has completed her chemotherapy. She's been having chemotherapy for six months. Ringing the bell means that she's finished.
"She's honestly the most amazing, strongest, incredible woman I've ever met. She's done it all with a smile on her face, even ringing the bell she's laughing.
Christine's mum pictured ringing the bell in hospital, which is a gesture cancer patients often do when they finish their treatment
"I'm trying to pull myself together. I'm so proud of her. She's done chemo on her own! This is a huge, massive milestone to get up and ring that bell. She's laughed through it and she's absolutely amazing.
"Sending lots of love to anyone who's fighting cancer right now and any family members it might be affecting. I miss her so much – the kids miss her. We haven't seen her for eight months.
"She's had her first vaccine, she gets the second in May, so hopefully we'll be able to see her for summer. She's just amazing!"
Then on her Instagram grid, Christine shared the photo of her mum ringing the bell. and thanked the NHS for taking care of her throughout her treatment.