Gwyneth Paltrow’s mother hid her cancer

Gwyneth Paltrow’s mother hid her cancer

fashionable Actress Blythe Danner (79) according The Independent Now she is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed with oral cancer in 2018.

Danner is the mother of the famous star Gwyneth Paltrow (50)She also has a son, Jake Paltrow (47).

According to The Independent, the 79-year-old revealed that she hid the disease from her children for a long time.

– Kept a secret

I kept it a secret from my kids for a long time. She said, according to the paper, “I wanted to move in as a mom and I didn’t want them to worry.”

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The actor, who played, among other things, in “Meet The Parents,” is said to have been diagnosed with a rare form of oral cancer.

Danner’s husband, Bruce Paltrow, also had oral cancer, and he died of the disease in 2002.

Gwyneth Paltrow said she was “very shocked” when her mom finally decided to be honest about her diagnosis.

– scary

“He was scary and I felt very scary because he was so similar to my dad,” said Paltrow. People.

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Maura also talked about the fact that her husband suffers from the same disease. According to The Independent, she said that everyone is affected by cancer in one way or another, but it is very unusual for a couple to develop the same type of cancer.

The 79-year-old underwent radiotherapy, chemotherapy and three surgeries – all of which proved successful.

Despite the diagnosis and extensive treatment, Danner should not be afraid of death. After the death of the man I was married to for 33 years, I got a new look at death.

– You don’t get over such a loss. Bruce was the heart of our family and life is much paler without him. But, she says, grief is the price we pay for love, and adds:

– It’s a tricky disease, but now I’m fine. I am lucky to be alive.

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