Sort Your Life Out star Dilly Carter has returned to the series following her cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment.
The author and professional organiser is part of Stacey Solomon's team on the BBC One series, though was absent for last week's episode, replaced temporarily by Mrs Hinch.
However, she returned to screens last night (September 21) following her diagnosis last year.
In a social media post shared earlier this week, Dilly reflected on the tough time she went through while filming the series, thanking the Sort Your Life Out cast and crew, as well as family, friends and fans, for their support.
"This was my hardest series yet as I filmed post-recovering from two major operations and the unexpected complications of those and then throughout my course of radiation," Dilly said. "Which in the last two weeks was unbelievably hard.
"I was almost unable to work due to the side effects of it but I did it.
"I wanted to keep going, I needed to keep going and focus on work to get me through. So as much I could I did but not without the support of some amazing people. And I’m so glad I did it because some of the families I had such a connection with and you will soon see why.
"They say it takes an army and I think I have the best one around, from the @sortyourlifeout cast and crew to my own personal family and friends and of course you dollies."
Dilly previously shared a health update in August on Instagram, writing: "It's over ……. No need for any bell ringing, it's just over. All I've needed from all of this. Is for it to be done. And it is. Now to recover from the last ten months.
"Thank you all of you for being there. Your messages, love, support. So many people I’m indebted to. You won't ever be forgotten!"
Sort Your Life Out sees Stacey and her team help families declutter and sort out their homes.
Sort Your Life Out airs on BBC One.
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