Intervista del Daily Mail sulla sua vita, i suoi bilanci, la lotta contro il cancro, ecc ecc.
Come si fa a non voler bene a questa donna?
‘Being diagnosed with cancer is the most devastating thing but there is also something incredibly positive. It changes you, it changes the way people look at you.
‘Once I had breast cancer I realised things had changed. I met women on the street and the way they looked at me was different.
‘I knew they weren’t seeing “Kylie”, they were seeing me as a woman who’d gone through breast cancer.
‘It was like these women were looking right at me. It definitely gave me this connection. And that is still there, and it’s not just to women but to men and to kids and to everyone who is going through that.
‘You look at a woman who seems to have everything, and then you see this terrible thing has happened to her.
‘Plus, I’ve got a really successful career but I haven’t got everything. I haven’t got the relationship. I haven’t got children. It just didn’t happen for me.’