At first glance, Julia Halls (35 years old) looks perfect. With her boyfriend Ewan van Poel (46), the immigrant nicknamed “Goodbye Germany” has a six-year-old daughter Dalia – her love must now culminate in a wedding. But her upcoming wedding was overshadowed by the idea of her own funeral. Because the influencer received a diagnosis of advanced cervical cancer a few weeks ago.
“Of course it seems horrible to me to think of the two at the same time, but when I imagine our wedding, it frees up a bit from the circle of thoughts about Cancer,” she said in an interview with BILD. After the diagnosis, doctors planned to surgically remove her uterus. However, since the branches have already formed, intervention is no longer possible.
This is how Julia Halls’ wedding should be
With their wedding, Halls is now trying to distract him. Mallorcan already has accurate ideas about the wedding ceremony of his choice. She wants to get married in a church in Mallorca. Your daughter is supposed to be the flower girl. Further: “I want a long white dress with a train, which is a mix of Dutch, German and Mallorcan cuisine when I eat, because Iwan is Dutch. I’ll take the name Evan, and I’m especially happy to think that as a family we end up having the same nickname.”
Despite the joyful event, her illness always remains in the back of my mind. The TV immigrant will soon travel to Berlin to get the best possible treatment at the Charité. If I lose the battle against cancer, I would like to be buried in Rostock. It is very important for me to be brought to our family grave in Rostock so that I can be with my family forever,” says Holz.
Halls also describes how she would like her funeral: “People should not attend the funeral in black. For my funeral, I want a grave full of white roses, which I have always loved, and later it should be a beautiful and colorful grave so that the people who come to visit me do not grieve.” But giving up is out of the question for her: “Now we will fight and not die!” (BSN)
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