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'Some days it's so dark, you don't want to get up': Studio 10's Angela Bishop, 51, reveals grief often left her bedridden in the wake of her husband's death from a rare cancer

By Nick Hadley and Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:58 BST, 4 May 2019 | Updated: 00:58 BST, 4 May 2019

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Network 10 entertainment reporter Angela Bishop has spoken candidly about her crushing grief in the wake of her husband's death from a rare from of cancer.

The Studio 10 panellist told The Good Weekend on Saturday that her sense of loss over Peter Baikie's death often left her bedridden. 

'There are some days where it's so dark, you don't want to get up or go anywhere,' the 51-year-old said.

'Some days it's so dark, you don't want to get up': On Saturday, Studio 10's Angela Bishop, 51, revealed grief often left her bedridden in the wake of her husband's death from a rare cancer. She is pictured with her late husband, Peter Baikie

'Some days it's so dark, you don't want to get up': On Saturday, Studio 10's Angela Bishop, 51, revealed grief often left her bedridden in the wake of her husband's death from a rare cancer. She is pictured with her late husband, Peter Baikie

However, it was the love for the couple's daughter Amelia which helped her pull through.

'But when you've got a feisty young girl who's full of beans - our daughter Amelia is 11 now - and the absolute light of your life, you don't think about that longer than five minutes. You snap out of it,' Angela said.

Angela lost husband Peter to a rare form of

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