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Sydney mum Katie Price was renovating her dream home ahead of the birth of her second child with her husband Jessie eight years ago when she felt a lump in her breast.

At the time, the then mum-of-one was already 38 weeks pregnant with the couple’s second son.

Everything was looking up – until it all came crashing down.

After initially being told the lump could be a blocked milk duct, Katie underwent tests which then revealed it was in fact stage four breast cancer.

Within hours of her diagnosis, and the lump quickly growing, she was wheeled in to give birth to her baby boy.

Katie, her husband and their two boys shortly after her diagnosis. Credit: Supplied

“I was told ‘you’re having the baby tonight. We need to get this little baby out safely and then start treatment on you immediately’,” Katie told

“It was far from what we were …

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