Amy Dowden arrives at The Blackpool Tower on crutches
The Strictly Come Dancing skilled, 33, just lately shared the unhappy information that she broke her foot simply days after she accomplished her chemotherapy remedy.
But regardless of her newest setback, Amy remained in full spirits as she arrived at The Blackpool Tower Ballroom, for the Strictly particular, with an enormous smile on her face.
Amy sported a glitzy orthopaedic boot and turned to using crutches, after initially arriving in a wheelchair.
Amy has made visitor appearances on the programme earlier within the sequence however this weekend she was there to look at after struggling her damage.
Staying robust: Amy Dowden, 33, was all smiles on Saturday regardless of struggling one other well being blow following her most cancers battle
Setback: The Strictly Come Dancing skilled just lately shared the unhappy information that she broke her foot simply days after she accomplished her chemotherapy remedy
She posted an image of her foot strapped up in a boot as she shared her devastation over the state of affairs in a brand new publish on her Instagram web page on Thursday.
She wrote: ‘Not the week I hoped for since ending chemo. Port out however sadly gained a boot for a fractured foot.
‘Absolutely gutted and heartbroken as this implies the plans for me to bop within the Strictly Ballroom this yr are now not potential.
‘This is what has stored me going the previous few months. 2023 is definitely not my yr, roll on 2024 I say!’
Amy introduced earlier this yr that she may now not compete on the present following her chemotherapy remedy.
While she has not been performing, Amy has appeared on a number of events as a visitor on the programme along with her former co-stars.
Amy, who was identified with breast most cancers in May, and underwent a mastectomy in July, admitted the ‘reduction is like no different’.
Amy beamed for pictures with docs and nurses on the Sheldon Unit as she rang the standard finish of remedy bell to rejoice.
Anotther setback: Amy shared the unhappy information that she has damaged her foot simply days after ringing the bell when she accomplished her chemotherapy remedy
Gutted: Amy posted an image of her foot strapped up in a boot as she shared her devastation over the state of affairs in a brand new publish on her Instagram web page on Thursday
Yay! Earlier this week Amy rang the standard finish of remedy bell to rejoice having her final chemotherapy session amid her most cancers battle
‘My hardest journey but’: Earlier this week, Amy revealed she remains to be in disbelief as she opened up about having her remaining chemotherapy remedy final week on Instagram on Monday
The dancer was all smiles as she was shocked by household and mates on the hospital who wore matching pink T-shirts and acquired balloons, flowers and cake for her.
The BBC star admitted it was her ‘hardest journey but’ as she opened up about finishing chemotherapy and thanked everybody for his or her help.
She penned: ‘Still cannot imagine I had my final chemo on Thursday. The reduction is like no different. But I could not have gotten via it with out these guys.
‘Honestly the Sheldon unit actually are actual heroes. Selfless, hardworking, caring crew who places all their sufferers first and for me at all times stored me comfy once I would have my soften downs, doubts and worries oh and naturally hearken to all my tales ( primarily dancing). Will perpetually be grateful to you all!
‘But additionally my household and mates. You know who you might be. The chemo membership, to serving to Ben and myself out with something and all the things. My mother and father for coming to remain and assist each session.
‘I beloved my shock of you all being there with T-shirts, balloons, flowers and cake once I rang that chemo bell! THANK YOU!
‘My hardest journey but however I did it. Honestly so many to thank but it surely’s so appreciated. All your love and help all through this stage has been totally superb and I’ll by no means have the ability to thanks sufficient.’
Ahead of the large day Amy admitted she had been ‘crying all morning’ as she arrived for her eighth and remaining spherical of chemo along with her husband Ben.
‘Forever grateful’: Amy, who was identified with breast most cancers in May, and underwent a mastectomy in July, admitted the ‘reduction is like no different’
Supportive: Amy beamed for pictures with docs and nurses on the Sheldon Unit as she rang the standard finish of remedy bell to rejoice
She later shared a photograph of herself and two others who had additionally accomplished their chemotherapy remedy.
Amy, who was formally identified with the illness in May, discovered a lump in her proper breast in April, a day earlier than she and her husband Ben Jones jetted off for a belated honeymoon to the Maldives after their wedding ceremony final July.
‘It’s chemo quantity 8! The final one! We are lastly right here. I’ve cried all morning!’ Amy informed her Instagram followers alongside a photograph of her and Ben about to enter the hospital.
‘Right a day of chemo after which I’m so fortunate and grateful to have the ability to ring that bell! Will by no means take it with no consideration! Thank you to the unimaginable Sheldon Unit! You are all superb #nhs, all #trueheroes Right right here goes! See you all later.’