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My Life Through A Lens: Presenter Dame Esther Rantzen, 78, Shares The Stories Behind Her Favourite Snaps

Sunday 28 April 2019


From Weekend Magazine (via The Daily Mail):


Esther Rantzen
Dame Esther Rantzen, 78, pictured, shares the stories
behind her favourite photographs.
(Photo: Geoffrey Swaine / REX / Shutterstock)

My life through a lens: Presenter Dame Esther Rantzen, 78, shares the stories behind her favourite snaps

By York Membery for Weekend Magazine
27 April 2019
Published by Associated Newspapers Ltd
Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group
Copyright © 2019 The Daily Mail.

Celebrities share the stories behind their favourite photographs. This week it’s presenter Dame Esther Rantzen, 78.


Esther Rantzen

1996: My daughter Emily was just 17 when she was crippled by chronic fatigue syndrome, ME – and sadly she’s now ill again. ME is one of those horrible relapse remission illnesses that goes away, then returns. So Emily is having to deal with appalling fatigue again – she’s even had to quit her job as a social worker, which she was brilliant at. Nobody knows the cause of ME or how to treat it, but they say 250,000 people in Britain suffer from it, so we need to take it seriously.


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