Amy Dowden has had to abandon plans to return to Strictly Come Dancing after breaking her leg just days after completing cancer treatment.
The 33-year-old dancer revealed that she had planned to get back on the dance floor this year, but her new injury means this will no longer be possible.
Sharing a photo of herself in a broken shoe, Amy wrote on Instagram: “Not the week I expected since chemo.
“Ports out but unfortunately he got a bite due to a broken leg.
“I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken as this means my plans to dance in the Strictly Ballroom this year are no longer possible. This is what has kept me going for the past few months.
“2023 is definitely not my year, roll on 2024 I say!”
She added hashtags such as “#noluck” and “#myluckwillsoonchange”.
Last week, Amy was full of support as she celebrated her last round of treatment for stage three breast cancer.
Due to her diagnosis and subsequent treatment, she was unable to have a celebrity partner on this year’s Strictly – her first year without a year since starting the show in 2017.
In October, the star made a surprise appearance on the BBC One show, bravely showing off her shaved head as she read the show’s terms and conditions.
Later, in an episode of spin-off It Takes Two, Amy said she was trying to “stay positive” and thanked her fellow dancers and the Strictly cast for “liberating” her not to wear a wig the show. .
She announced her diagnosis in May after discovering a lump in her breast the day before going on honeymoon to the Maldives with professional dancer Ben Jones.
The couple married in July 2022 and Ben was by her side during her tough treatment.
He said hello! In May: “Amy has had a lot to deal with in her life and, as I expected, she has shown great resilience over the last few weeks…We are both staying very positive and hopeful going forward forward.”
In addition to her diagnosis, Amy has suffered from Crohn’s disease since she was a child.
Since her diagnosis and subsequent mastectomy and chemotherapy, the dancer has raised awareness of breast cancer and posted regular treatment updates on her social media platforms.
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