Denise Robertson, British writer and television broadcaster, Died at 83

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Denise Robertson MBE was born on June 9, 1932, and died on March 31, 2016.

She was a British writer and television broadcaster.

Denise made her television debut whilst she work the presenter of the Junior Advice Line segment of the BBC’s Breakfast Time programme in 1985, though was perhaps best known as the resident agony aunt on the ITV show This Morning since its first ever broadcast on October 3, 1988.

She temporarily hosted her own television series Dear Denise in 2000.

In 2002, She also featured as a love and relationships pundit on Dave Gorman’s Important Astrology Experiment.

She ran an advice website called DearDenise.com and wrote a monthly column for the national magazine, Candis.

Denise Robertson also made regular appearances on Channel 5’s Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.

Robertson was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and received chemotherapy, in February 2016.

Denise Robertson passed away at 83 yrs old due to pancreatic cancer.

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