Following the Loose Women Body Stories campaign, Lisa took part in a photo shoot organised by The Sun newspaper. We caught up with her and talked to her about the shoot.

PMPS: Hi Lisa, why did you want to take part in the photo shoot?

Lisa: I did it for a couple of reasons. It was a way for me to feel better about myself and my scars, and it was also a way to raise awareness of pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP).

PMPS: Where was the shoot and did you enjoy it?

Lisa: It was an all expenses paid trip to London and I met other truly inspirational women. We had a lovely day, chatting about why we were all there, and of course, there’s strength in numbers! Everyone was lovely and the day was a positive experience xx

 

Nine brave Sun readers flash the flesh and explain why they’re proud of their incredible bodies after being inspired by ITV’s Loose Women

 

LETTING LOOSE – The Sun May 9th 2017

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