Olivia Newton-John apologized to fans after they began to worry about her due to a photo she posted. She recently shared a photo of a walker that appeared to have plates of food on it, overlooking a pool. Olivia is battling stage-four breast cancer and the photo led fans to assume she was using a walker to get around these days.
Olivia shared a post on social media to clarify. She wrote, “I accidentally posted this photo without a note. Recycling at its best! Using my old walker as a breakfast cart with my beautiful husband @therealamazonjohn! Sorry to worry people! (But thanks for your concern.) I am totally fine!!! Xox.”
Olivia Newton-John assures fans that she is feeling great after accidentally causing concern
Fans flooded the comment section saying how relieved they were to hear she was doing well. The last time Olivia talked about her health was in January of this year. She said she gets stronger and better all the time and credits a lot of her recovery to medical marijuana.
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She admitted, “I’d heard a lot from my husband [John Easterling] about how it could help me. I was a little nervous because I don’t like the feeling of any kind of mind-altering thing … but I started out very slowly, and I adjusted to it, and it’s really helped me greatly.”
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In addition, she said, “[Positivity is] really a decision. And once you make that decision, you kind of train your brain to stay there, so it becomes normal … I talk to my body and I thank it for every step it makes of improvement. And I thank it anyway! It’s really a practice because you create your world by what you think.”
Glad to hear that Olivia is doing so well!