Christie Brinkley Diagnosed With Heartbreaking Condition at 70, Shares Tragic Update

Supermodel Christie Brinkley disclosed her recent health ordeal in a candid post. At 70 years old, she revealed she underwent a procedure following a casual doctor’s visit that that led to her being diagnosed with a serious condition.

A chance encounter that proved miraculous.

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Brinkley wasn’t at the doctor’s office for herself, but for her daughter. However, a small concern caught the doctor’s attention. «The Doctor was looking at each freckle with a magnifying glass… it wasn’t my appointment, so I wasn’t going to say anything, but at the VERY end I asked if he could just look at a little tiny dot I could feel as I applied my foundation,» she recounted. The doctor acted swiftly, performing a biopsy on the spot, which led to her diagnosis of skin cancer.

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Brinkley expressed relief in her post, saying, «The good news for me is we caught the basal cell Carcinoma early.» She praised her medical team for their expert care, likening their skill to that of high-fashion tailors, «And I had great Doctors that removed the cancer and stitched me up to perfection like an haute couture Dior…»

She’s ready to make lifestyle changes and urges her fans to do the same.

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Following her diagnosis, Brinkley has decided to make significant changes to her daily routine to better protect her skin. She emphasized the importance of sun protection to her followers, stating, «The good news for you is that all of this can be avoided by being diligent with your sun protection!» She plans to be more vigilant, using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing, and undergoing regular skin check-ups.

Brinkley concluded by expressing gratitude to the doctors and reminding everyone to prioritize their health check-ups. This health update comes shortly after Brinkley celebrated a milestone birthday, marking the beginning of a new chapter focused on wellness and prevention.

A woman converts a Boeing 747 into a fully functional home.

Buses, tiny houses, and shipping containers have all become popular building materials for one-of-a-kind homes.

These affordable substitutions for conventional housing provide the same level of comfort and a variety of customization options.

Jo Ann Ussery, on the other hand, designed her own unique home before it became popular.

She bought an old Boeing 727 and turned it into a lovely house.

Wonderful housing.

When Ussery’s home in Benoit, Mississippi, was destroyed in 1993, her adventure officially began.

She and her two kids needed a place to live because her husband had unexpectedly passed away, but they weren’t wealthy.

She had believed that purchasing a trailer would make all of her problems go away, but she soon realized she couldn’t afford a house big enough to accommodate her enormous family.

Ussery’s brother-in-law Bob, who works as an air traffic controller, suggested they try living aboard a plane.

Ussery was drawn to the idea and visited a Boeing 727 that had been disassembled for its parts.

Despite the piece’s $2,000 price tag (including shipping), she fell in love at first sight.
Ussery nicknamed her private Boeing 727 “Little Trump” after learning that Donald Trump also owned a private Boeing 727.

She started her expensive and time-consuming home improvements right away.

Less than $30,000 (or about $60,000 in modern currency) went toward the renovation.
While she worked on the inside, she needed to make sure it stayed in its current position.

Ussery made use of the lake that was already present on her property by bringing the plane down with its nose over the water. To achieve this specific goal, a sizable amount of concrete was used to secure the tail. The interior, which was roughly 1,500 square feet, was immediately demolished by her.

The aircraft measures 138 feet in length and has 76 windows.

Although the aircraft’s windows weren’t functional, as is typical of commercial aircraft, she wasn’t bothered by this because the air conditioning was working.

She upgraded the insulation and put in new flooring. What specific components of the original 727 were kept?

It is a brilliant idea to only have one airplane bathroom and overhead bins for your belongings.

The interior design.

Ussery was able to concentrate on the finer details and improved comforts once the significant changes were finished.

The remodeled jet had three bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and even a laundry room.

The washer and dryer were there, but it also had a phone and an oven.
Without a doubt, Ussery’s work on the cockpit’s view of the lake was the most significant improvement.

It was transformed into a royal master bathroom with a soaking tub by her.

She designed the room’s layout to give everyone who was in it the sensation of floating.

The renovation was completed entirely by Ussery, which is especially noteworthy.

Before deciding to make her converted plane into a public museum, she lived there from 1995 to 1999.

Sadly, after being transported a short distance, it fell off the carriage and collapsed.

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