Tara Palmer-Tomkinson had, in what now seems the cruellest twist of fate, spent much of the past year thinking about death. In January last year, she was diagnosed with a brain tumour, a growth in her pituitary gland which — though it turned out to be benign — had her fearing for her own life. ‘I got terribly frightened,’ she admitted, in a deeply emotional last interview with the Mail’s Rebecca Hardy in November. ‘I started thinking: “I’m going to die. I’ve only got a couple of weeks to live.” I have been, touch wood, very lucky.’ Scroll down for video Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, left in 2012 and right in 2008, was ‘terribly frightened’ of the brain tumour growth in her pituitary gland which she revealed to the Daily Mail last November The former model and media personality was removed from her home and taken to a private ambulance this evening Palmer-Tomkinson was a family friend of Prince Charles (pictured together, left, in 2003) and attended numerous royal weddings and occasions. She was last pictured (right) two weeks ago outside her flat, where she was found dead today Tragically, Tara’s luck ran out. Yesterday afternoon, she was found dead at her flat… Read full this story
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