Coleen Nolan shares career move away from Loose Women as fans rush to support

Coleen Nolan was supported by fans as she announced career news away from Loose Women.

The ITV panellist, 59, revealed she will be attending an event to discuss her new book, A Hand to Hold. Inspired by her own life experiences, Coleen takes readers on a heartfelt journey through how to cope with different kinds of grief.

Not only does she draw on her own thoughts, Coleen includes comments from her friends and fellow celebrities, who share their personal takes on life after losing someone.

The event is taking place at The Neston Club, Parkgate Clubhouse in August. Alongside an image of the book cover, Coleen wrote: “I’ll be doing an event with @linghamsbooks on Thursday 29th August to talk about my new book A Hand to Hold.”

She then urged her followers to purchase tickets for the occasion. Fans rushed to the comments to congratulate Coleen on her new project.

One wrote: “Congratulations coleen on your new book.” A second agreed: “So proud of you my friend…. Will try and get to this.” Another added: ” Congrats with your new book Coleen.”

A fourth penned: “Outstanding,” as someone else simply commented: “Awesome.” Coleen is no stranger to grief, having lost her sister Bernie to cancer in 2013.

Bernie, who was the second youngest Nolan sister, died at the age of 52 after being diagnosed with breast cancer three years prior. Just one year before her death, the singer announced she was cancer-free after undergoing chemotherapy.

However, in a tragic turn of events, Bernie discovered the cancer had returned in her left breast just several months later. She was also informed that the cancer had spread to her lungs, liver, brain and bones.

Earlier this year, Coleen appeared on former Love Island contestant Scott Thomas’ self-development podcast, Learning As I Go.

During the episode, entitled ‘Learning To Feel The Fear With Coleen Nolan’, the TV personality opened up about Bernie’s final moments.

“She died at home… So we all went there and we were all sitting in the bedroom, we’d been there all day and night,” Coleen recalled. “And we started singing but she was very medicated by then so she was just in a deep sleep.”

Coleen continued: “But when we started singing she went ‘ugh’ with her hand and I went ‘cheeky b***h she’s still telling us we’re out of tune’. And we all laughed because it was so her, ‘Shut up, I’m trying to sleep’.”

She then went on to say that everyone around Bernie’s bed had a “moment” with her and were able to say what they wanted.

“It’s really weird to say because it was heartbreaking you know,” added the mum-of-three. “But beautiful at the same time that we got that opportunity.”


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