“It was too big to operate, so they had to do high-dose radiation and chemo,” referring to his cancer diagnosis.
“I’d vowed I’d never do anything like that, because my first wife died of cancer, and to watch her go through those treatments for years was horrible,” Tucci shared.
The Devil Wears Prada actor also shared how his cancer diagnosis really impacts his family’s lives especially his children, “The kids were great, but it was hard for them.”
“I had a feeding tube for six months. I could barely make it to the twins’ high school graduation.” He had twin girls Isabel and Nicolo, and Camila, with his late wife. He also shares Matteo and Emilia with his wife of nine years, Felicity Blunt.
As per Stanley, he is currently abating and his disease is probably not going to return, yet he shared how it makes him “more afraid and less afraid at the same time. I feel much older than I did before I was sick. But you still want to get ahead and get things done.”
Recently, Tucci revealed to CBS why grieving his late spouse is a continuous interaction process, “You never stop grieving.”
“It’s still hard after 11 years. It’s still hard. And it will always be hard. But you can’t let it … and she would never want any of us to ever wallow in that grief and let it take over our lives. She would never want that. She wasn’t like that,” The Lovely Bones star continued.
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