Sarah Beeny shared a sweet birthday post with her dad Richard on Monday – after he suffered a stroke six years ago.
The TV presenter, 51, also revealed in April that she had been given the all-clear in her battle with breast cancer – following her finishing chemotherapy in February.
And on Monday she celebrated the good news with her father – revealing that he was able to come home to celebrate his birthday.
Sarah snapped a happy selfie with Richard as he lay in bed, making the most of the occasion by wearing a party hat.
She wrote alongside the post: ‘My dad getting into the party spirit for his birthday!!
Sweet: Sarah Beeny, 51, celebrated her Dad Richard’s birthday on Monday – after he suffered a stroke five years ago
Celebration: The pair ‘got into the party spirit’ as they wore party hats as Richard was able to come home
‘Thanks soo much to the utterly brilliant @candlelightcareservices for enabling him to be at home where he wants to be – forever in your debt xx’
Meanwhile her Dad Richard looked comfortable as he lay in bed, also smiling for his milestone celebration.
Last year Sarah revealed she didn’t plan on telling her father about her breast cancer diagnosis in case he mistakes her for her late mother who died from the disease.
Her mother – who was her father Richard’s first wife – died from the disease when Sarah was just 10-years-old.
Sarah confessed that she doesn’t want to confuse her father by telling him about her diagnosis as he suffers from ‘forgetfulness’ after having a stroke six years ago.
She told The Telegraph: ‘He sometimes knows who I am, then sometimes he doesn’t remember.
‘He knows that his first wife died of breast cancer. He gets lots of things muddled up and my fear is that I tell him, and tell him I’m going to be fine, but he’d remember the fact that I’d got it but not that I was going to get better. He’d think I was my mother.’
The presenter was diagnosed with breast cancer in August last year and in April she revealed she was given the all-clear in an appearance on Lorraine.
Positive news: In April, Sarah revealed that she has been given the all-clear following her battle with breast cancer
Heartbreaking: Sarah previously revealed she won’t tell her father about her breast cancer diagnosis in case he mistakes her for her late mother who died from the disease (pictured together on her wedding day in 2002)
She shared the positive news during an emotional interview alongside her two sons Billy, 18, and Raffa, 14.
Speaking to stand-in host Christine Lampard, Sarah shared that she is now cancer-free as she reflected on her ‘rollercoaster’ journey with the disease.
Asking her about her health, Christine said: ‘Just a few days ago you were given the all-clear.
‘I know you’re always going to worry and you’re always going to be aware of your body, but to hear those words at this point is a beautiful thing.’
Sarah then confirmed the good news, saying: ‘It’s good, it’s weird. It’s kind of like they [the doctors] go “that’s it then” and that’s the end of that.
‘And you go “how do you know”, and they say ‘well we don’t, we just think so’. It’s a weird end – you feel like there should be a moment.’
Sarah explained that although she is now cancer-free, she will have to stay on medication for the next ten years and be ‘very vigilant’.
She added: ‘I mean it’s ongoing – I have to take drugs for the next ten years and be very vigilant. But it’s been a weird ride I wouldn’t wish on anyone else.’
Health update: The TV presenter, 51, shared the positive news during an appearance on Lorraine alongside her two sons Billy, 18, and Raffa, 14
Cancer update: Sarah, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in August last year, gave the major health update after she revealed she had finished chemotherapy in February
Sarah admitted it had been a ‘rollercoaster’ but said she felt ‘fortunate’ for getting her diagnosis when she did as she praised the NHS.
‘It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster ride,’ she added. ‘But I feel very fortunate that I had the diagnosis that I did, and that I live in 2023 and that I’m the age that I am. So many things I’m fortunate for so I feel very blessed.’
In March, Sarah revealed her new platinum hair was dyed by her son following her breast cancer treatment.
The mother-of-four shaved her hair after clumps fell out when she began chemotherapy last year.
After it started growing back, Sarah took to Instagram to post a series of snaps documenting the process of her hair transformation.
One image showed her son grinning as he applied the dye to her hair while another revealed the product she was using.
She wrote: ‘Thanks for all your lovely lovely comments to my last post – Sadly my hair [is] natural hair not platinum blond…..!!!!’
In February, she had announced that she had finished chemotherapy by sharing a picture of her sons’ band’s CD cover.
New look: In March, Sarah revealed her new platinum hair was dyed by her son after she finished chemotherapy the month before
Sarah wrote: ‘Not sure what is making the sun shine the most – 2 days into steroids (happy pills!!!) – no more chemo or @the_entitled_sons releasing their best song yet…
‘YES Friday IS a good day xx #finishedchemo #HEAVENKNOWS @nickyjohnston’
In summer 2022, Sarah shared the news that she had received a breast cancer diagnosis after finding a lump, which led to a biopsy.
She was told the cancer had not spread and ‘there is an 80 per cent chance of a cure’.
Sarah admitted that she had always suspected she would be diagnosed with the disease and had ‘waited 40 years to hear those words’ after her mother Ann died of cancer at the age of 39.
Sarah also revealed that her mother’s death deeply affected her and her own illness has ‘opened a tinderbox of stuff’ that she’s ‘swept under the carpet’ for a long time.
While Sarah didn’t want to make a ‘big deal’ about breaking her cancer news to her children, she told how she considered not telling her husband of 20 years ‘so it didn’t seem real’.
The Property Ladder presenter shares sons Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12 with her husband Graham Swift.
Sarah has previously spoken openly about losing her mother at a young age, telling the Daily Mail in 2020: ‘Death is hard for a child to get their head around but I was close to Diccon [my brother] and my father, and you just get on with it.’
‘The only positive thing about losing her when I was so young is that, to me, she’ll always be entirely perfect.’
Family: The Property Ladder presenter shares four sons Billy, 18, Charlie, 16, Rafferty, 14, and Laurie, 12, with her husband of 19 years Graham Swift