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The Nolan sisters are to perform on stage together for the first time in 43 years despite Linda’s liver cancer.
They will reunite on a second series of their hit show Nolans Go Cruising.
The first series saw Anne, 70, Maureen, 67, Linda, 62, and Mirror agony aunt Coleen, 56, hit the Mediterranean.
Denise, 69, was unable to join them. The reunion comes after the Nolans planted a tree to mark the anniversary of sister Bernie’s death on Monday, eight years since she passed away from secondary breast cancer aged just 53 in 2013.
Anne’s secondary breast cancer was cleared up by chemotherapy.
The Nolan sisters
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Linda, whose condition is now incurable, said: “We had so much fun on our last trip and it’s great all five of us are doing it this time around!”
Coleen said: “I can’t wait to be setting sail with my sisters again, letting our hair down and exploring the UK coast together.”
It comes after Coleen recently opened up about a new man she met online during the lockdown.
In May, the Loose Women star admitted she was getting excited about sex again now that she's all loved up.
Coleen recently opened up about her love life
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She wrote in her newsletter for The Mirror: "Personally, I’m actually quite looking forward to having sex again after eating sandwiches for the past five years.
"I’ve been seeing a nice guy I met online, so hopefully I won’t have to rely on butties for much longer."
The 56-year-old got in trouble with her children for getting home too late after seeing her new man, suggesting a curfew.
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Portrait of the Irish girl group The Nolans
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Coleen said: "I went to his house recently, spent all day there and got back home at 2am. The next day, my kids told me they’d have to set a curfew because I can’t be rolling in at that time in the morning.
"They’re actually thrilled for me, though. He’s a grown up, affectionate and very funny – my ribs hurt from laughing – and a sense of humour is a must for me in a partner."
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