Dame Deborah James'My parents raised a glass yesterday in honor of her on a special occasion. Recently, another person has a daughter.
Her late podcast host, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer about six years ago, died last weekand was 40 years old, surrounded by her loved ones at the time. Was there.
Her death prompted the outflow ofcompliments, and more recently, her philanthropic initiative has exceeded £ 7mwith her donations. Beyond.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of a special rose named after her honor was directed to the fund, along with her parents in such a pose at yesterday's event. It is understood.
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Harkness Rose Company previously announced a rose named after the campaigner. Was there. , Support Cancer Research UK.
Deborah's parents, Heather James and Alistair James, saw a special kind of rose up close when they visited the Garden Festival at Hampton Court Palace in Sally yesterday. The
family shared a photo standing with a rose display and stated onInstagram: "Today it was nice to give Deborah a glass at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival."
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They thank the Harkness Rose Company for "making it possible" and reveal to fans that a special kind of rose will be on display at the festival throughout the week. I made it.
The photo was posted on social media by a flower company and the caption states: "Today I gave Dame Debs a glass at the Hampton Court Flower Show."
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The business added: It was very nice to welcome Alistair and Heather James to our stand to see the Deborah roses. It concludes by writing: "A big hug and a lot of love."
This isn't the first time Heather has seen a special rose, she said earlier, "Wow. I love roses. It's white with a bit of pink. It's absolutely amazing."
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