The actress is excited to see her daughter Chloe Lattanzi, who will walk down the aisle later this year
Olivia Newton-John “looks great” amid her battle with breast cancer.
Ready for a busy 2021, opened to Newton-John People magazine To give an update on her health and her plans for this year, including releasing a new couple record and attending her daughter’s wedding.
The 72-year-old actress, who was diagnosed with stage four metastatic breast cancer in 2017, said, “I’m still very lucky to do all these things.” “I don’t think I’ve imagined living long! I feel so blessed.”
Newton-John, who notes that he is “feeling great”, also discusses how her husband, John Eastering, helped her throughout her battle with breast cancer with cannabis use is.
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“I am very lucky to be married to a wonderful man, a man of plant medicine, and he has a lot of knowledge,” said the “Greece” actress. “Now he’s growing medicinal hemp for me, and it’s just been amazing. It helps me in every field.”
The couple has even started Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, Which helps research “plant-based medicine and other holistic and wellness treatments” to “discover compassionate ways to prevent, treat and cure all cancers.”
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Adding to the actress’ excitement for 2021, her daughter, 35-year-old Chloe Lattanzi, is seen walking down the aisle for her wedding later this year. Lattani is set to marry her 10-year-old fiance, Matt Driskill.
Newton-John also discusses how the coronovirus epidemic has brought the mother-daughter pair together as they are at loggerheads with each other.
“I worked all my life, and the longest I can remember was my pregnancy with Chloe at home and the first year or two of her life,” Newton-John recalled. “So it’s amazing reconnecting with my child. She My reason is. “