The news comes just one month after her cancer diagnosis.
Having been with ‘This Morning’ since its inception in 1988, Denise Robertson helped many, many people over the years in
‘This Morning’ stars past and present paid a touching tribute to Denise Robertson, during an emotional edition of the ITV
'This Morning' co-host Rylan Clark said Denise was "the only woman for me", tweeting: "The nicest and kindest woman in tele
'This Morning' agony aunt Denise Robertson has died, at the age of 83. The sad news, which comes just a month after the
Denise Robertson has thanked ‘This Morning’ viewers for their love and support, after she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer
‘This Morning’ agony aunt Denise Robertson has shared some personal news with fans, revealing that she has been diagnosed
I know how it feels to wonder where you'll lay your head next week. I've lost the roof over my head... The second time, I was 40 years old, the mother of five and my husband's business had failed. A friendly bank manager loaned me, a struggling freelance writer, two thousand pounds as a deposit on a vandalised terraced house. That house closed around us like a blessing and soon we were on our way back up. Those lifelines don't exist for people who fall on hard times today. The family with the new baby would be 12,009 on the waiting list for social housing and would wind up in a B&B or a grotty private rental.