March 1, 2024

Actuality TV character Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell, who was featured in TLC’s “Right here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” has died after a battle with most cancers.

Her mom, Mama June Shannon, shared the information in an Instagram put up Sunday, saying her 29-year-old daughter handed peacefully the evening earlier than.

“She gave one hell of a struggle for 10 months she handed away together with her household round her,” Shannon wrote. “We love y’all and continued prayers and ideas for our household [during] this troublesome time.”

Cardwell’s half-sister, Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, additionally shared that her sister handed, writing on Instagram, “That is one put up I want I did not should make.”

“Final evening all of us surrounded Anna with love & let her understand it was okay to go. Sadly round 11pm Anna took her final [breath]. Anna was in a lot ache final evening however now as a household everyone knows she is at peace now,” Thompson wrote. “I might’ve liked so that you can get to see me graduate faculty however I do know you’ll perpetually cheer me on in heaven! We are going to all be sure your legacy lives on perpetually. And I promise to at all times be sure to rejoice our birthday such as you by no means left!”

AP / Thompson and Shannon are proven.

Docs recognized Cardwell with adrenal most cancers earlier this yr. By summer time, she had undergone a number of rounds of chemotherapy and commenced sharing updates on her struggle via social media. 

Her final put up on TikTok was one month in the past, when she shared that her final radiation therapy went higher than anticipated and that she was present process autoimmune remedy.

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Cardwell is survived by her two daughters, her husband, her mom and three sisters.

The eldest daughter of the Shannon household, Cardwell got here into the general public eye when Thompson first appeared in “Toddlers & Tiaras.” The entire household — together with Jessica “Chubbs” Shannon and Lauryn “Pumpkin” Efird — then grew to become the celebrities of the fact sequence, “Right here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” which adopted their day-to-day life.

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