Coleen Nolan, 55, broke her silence after her sisters Linda, 61, and Anne's, 69, devastating interview revealing they are both battling cancer again. The trio rose to fame making up Irish family pop-band The Nolans, alongside their other siblings Bernie, Denise, and Maureen but amid this tough time, Coleen had some encouraging words for her brave sisters.
They've beaten it before - they can beat it again
Coleen Nolan's management
Taking to Twitter to comment on the news, Coleen's management wrote: "They've beaten it before - they can beat it again.
"Coleen’s brave sisters Linda and Anne sadly reveal they both have cancer again.
"In tomorrows papers, here is a preview below. Please keep them in your thoughts and well wishes."
Attached to the tweet was Linda and Anne's interview about their shared battle with the ruthless illness, where Anne was told that she has stage three breast cancer and a few days later, Linda found out she has incurable liver cancer.
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Coleen Nolan addresses her sisters Linda and Anne's cancer news (Image: ITV•GETTY)
The brutal disease has rocked the Nolan family over the years, as Linda has beaten breast cancer in 2006, cellulitis and lymphoedema in her arm in 2007 and secondary cancer on her pelvis in 2017.
Anne also successfully battled cancer in 2000, while their sister Bernie tragically passed away from the illness in 2013, aged 52.
The lead-singer of their family group was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010, which then spread to her lymph nodes.
After rounds of chemotherapy and undergoing a mascetomy she was given the all-clear but in 2012 it returned and she was told it was incurable.
Coleen Nolan sent her support to her sisters Linda and Anne (Image: GETTY)
Coleen Nolan and her family lost