BBC presenter leaves emotional letters to her children

Deborah James (40) is terminally ill with colon cancer. In 2016, the BBC presenter was diagnosed for the first time. Two years later, doctors informed her that she was cured. But the cancer came back – this time in the final stages.

The British woman wants to spend her last days surrounded by her family in her parents’ house near London. All treatments have now been discontinued. When James leaves this world, her husband, Sebastien Bowen, and their two children, Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12, will stay behind. Despite her death, the podcaster always wants to be with her loved ones. That’s why she leaves her children and her husband letters, as she tells the “Times”.