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James admitted he believed he “owed it” to his sisters to continue raising awareness of CF.
The couple, both 32, were seen hand-in-hand as they enjoyed a night out on their romantic holiday in Mallorca, Spain, last night.
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Both his sisters were diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) when they were young babies. She lost the one person who understood.” A year later, Jodi was admitted to hospital and later succumbed to the disease.
James, who does not have CF, said: “They never moaned about their condition. James, who is dating his co-star Lucy Watson, added: “She hugged my mum in hospital and told her she was going to die. Jodi had never got over Lucinda dying, and she’d just given up.” Jodi died in 2008 aged just 21.
They were on a fun night out to the Pirates Reloaded Acrobatic Show and were later seen smiling and laughing in the audience.
Girls, bikinis and ladies' volleyball are the main themes this week.
MADE In Chelsea star James Dunmore has revealed his sadness at losing his two sisters to cystic fibrosis just 20 months of each other.
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