Actor and model Jamie Dornan lost his mother to pancreatic cancer.
Two decades after his mother Lorna’s pancreatic cancer died, Jamie Dornan are still traces.
Dornan, now 36, said the loss of a loved one at a young age can be a “horrifying” effect on your life.
“They are every day and there is still an effect, you can feel that it manifests over time in a way that you had not expected them,” the actor, who hails from Northern Ireland, told the BBC.
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The “Fifty Shades” star, who now has two young daughters, Dulcie and Elva with his wife Amelia Warner, admitted it is difficult to go through.
“You never get over it and now that I have children, I don’t see them on a grandmother of my hand, that is a strange thing,” Dornan, who lost his mother when he was only 16 years old, added.
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Now, Dornan is the support of NI, PanC, pancreatic cancer support group, which launched Wednesday in a Belfast hospital, according to the BBC.
“I’ve always wanted to be linked to a charity that means something to me in a big way. It all seemed very appropriate and I could do what I can to promote the awareness of this horrible disease,” the star said.