Emotional Stacey Solomon leads tributes as influencer Nicky Newman dies of cancer at 35 | The Sun

STACEY Solomon has expressed her heartache following the tragic death of Nicky Newman.

The influencer has died aged 35 after being diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 30.

Her farewell statement, which she penned herself, was released last night following the news – leaving fans devastated.

Stacey led the tributes and wrote: “Never has a star shone brighther. Absolutely heart broken and devastated. Nicky thank you for everything.

“I’m so grateful to have known you. I promise to go grab life and make the most of every single second of every day.”

Mrs Hinch paid her respects, writing: “I’m absolutely lost for words.

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“Thank you Nicky for teaching millions to see the sunshine through every storm, to never give up, to keep going, to smile and GRAB LIFE.

"Sending all my love to Mr G , your family and friends. An inspirational woman beyond words.”

While Amy Dowden, who is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer herself, commented: “The most beautiful ray of sunshine who has done so much and created a community and legacy that will live on.

“I hope you know all the help and awareness you have done and will always continue to do so.

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"I remember when I found out I needed a port your page I turned too!

"I will forever hold onto your lovely voice notes and will always think of you when I say Welsh Love.

“Thank you for being utterly incredible and a TRUE INSPIRATION.

"I promise to grab life and deeply miss your radiance and positivity. X love to Mr G, your family, friends and huge community you created online.”

Giovanni Fletcher wrote: “You have inspired so many to go and grab life, just as you did whenever possible. Sending so much love to your loved ones. Xxx”

Vicky Pattison added: “I'm lost for words. Beautiful words angel. Fly high.”

Ellie Taylor commented: “So very very sad to see this. You were joyous.

"Thank you for letting us share some of your incredible vitality. Sending so much love to your loved ones xxx.”

Nicky’s husband shared her statement on their Instagram account – and it included her catchphrase "go grab life".

The heartbreaking message read: "If you’re reading this it means I have died, I made it 5 & half years though, not bad for a stage 4 breastie ey.

"And none of this ‘she fought her battle nonsense’, I didn’t lose anything, the cancer eventually took over & that’s okay, we all knew this would happen.

"I don’t think we are ever prepared to hear the words, we think we are indestructible & a magic cure will appear, but the truth is we all live this life day to day (we just knew our days are shorter).

"So please promise me to cherish those around you and give your friends and loved ones the biggest squeezes! GO GRAB LIFE! You never truly know what is coming around the corner – so don’t take anything for granted."

Nicky was first diagnosed with breast cancer more than five years ago while she was in the midst of fertility treatment with her husband.

She noticed a change in her breast and complained of severe back pain.

She was then diagnosed with incurable metastatic breast cancer, which later developed into bone cancer.

Nicky said that long with a lump in her right boob, the 30-year-old noticed that her nipple had inverted, the skin was dimpling and she had a rash on one side.


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The Surrey woman booked in to see her doctor but knew in her gut that it was going to be bad news.

She said in 2021: “I didn’t need a doctor to tell me I had cancer, I already knew."

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