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Zoe Ball has revealed her mother’s cancer is ‘quite advanced’ after she confirmed her mum's ill health was behind her recent absence from her BBC Radio 2 show.

Earlier this month, the broadcaster shared on social media that her mum Julia Peckham had been diagnosed with cancer after she disappeared from her breakfast show on the station.

Alongside pictures of the family together, Zoe said: "Heartbreakingly our beautiful Mama Julia has been diagnosed with Cancer.

As many of you know from experience, these are extremely tough times. Mum is being incredibly brave." She continued to say at the time: "My brother Jamie & I are completely in awe of the brilliant Doctors, Nurses & support teams looking after Mum.

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