Deborah James looks incredible as she shows off charity clothing range as Bowelbabe fund rockets to £6.5Million

DAME Deborah James has posed for a series of stunning photos to celebrate raising more than £6.5million for her Bowelbabe fundraiser.

The hero campaigner initially hoped to raise £250,000 for Cancer Research UK after revealing she was receiving end-of-life-care.

But the 40-year-old has been stunned by how fast she smashed her target in just three weeks.

She has also launched a new clothing range with InTheStyle with 100 per cent of the profits going to charity.

The Sun Columnist has been showing off her amazing collection on Instagram, saying that she will wear a different dress each day.

She looked stunning as she donned the different pieces, grinning as she showed off her vibrant collection.


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Deborah said: “From now until I die, I'm wearing a different dress each day. Sounds slightly odd and morbid but I'm enjoying it so much.”

The collection with InTheStyle is available to pre-order until 8am on Monday, with 100 per cent of the profits going to Bowel Babe for Cancer Research UK.

She met with Prince William at her home in Woking, Surrey, wearing an InTheStyle number from her collection, ahead of announcing its launch. 

In a video announcing the news on her Instagram, Dame Deborah answered questions about the collection.

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She revealed that she had been living a “hybrid” life of working between home and the hospital.

Deborah added: “We made it, we got it done. I was enjoying it. It was kind of bringing me to life, it was giving me something else to think about.”

Deborah announced her body "simply isn't playing ball" earlier this month, revealing she would no longer be having active bowel cancer treatment.

Instead, she is receiving hospice care at her parents' home in Woking, Surrey.

Since then, the Sun Columnist has achieved more than most do in a lifetime, being awarded a Damehood by Prince William and receiving thousands of donations for being "an inspiration to the world".

From now until I die, I'm wearing a different dress each day.

She has also launched a fashion collection, released a book and had a rose named after her at the Chelsea Flower Show.

The fearless campaigner has even helped launch a Deborah James inspired loo roll to help warn of five signs of bowel cancer.

Yesterday, she said: "My story isn’t one of sadness, it’s a celebration of getting to live for five years with incurable cancer, I’ve been so lucky.

"I owe my five years to the team at The Royal Marsden who told me they would throw the kitchen sink at my cancer, and never gave up.

"In my final days, I am so grateful to have the peace of knowing that we tried everything, they left no stone unturned.

"They gave me precious more time with my husband, my children and my family, and for that we will all be forever grateful."

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Debs captured hearts and inspired millions with honest account of the disease, her Sun columns and BBC podcast You, Me and the Big C.

She was made a Dame by the Duke of Cambridge in person, two weeks ago after raising millions for cancer research.

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