Bargain Hunt's Mark Stacey flooded with support as he shares pic from hospital after cancer surgery | The Sun

BARGAIN Hunt's Mark Stacey has received an overwhelming amount of support after he shared a photo from hospital after his cancer surgery.

The 58-year-old Bargain Hunt expert revealed that he had to have surgery to remove a bowel cancer growth.

Mark also praised the NHS for their help and support during this devastating time.

The TV personality took to Twitter to share a photo of himself sat on a chair in the hospital and appeared to be in good health.

Mark penned to his 19 k followers: "Thanks to Lincoln Country Hospital, had a bowel cancer tumour removed to robotics on Thursday, this pic on Friday morning.

"Our NHS is amazing, we must protect it."

The auctioneer was flooded with support from fans following the news.

One wrote: "Hope you make a full and speedy recovery."

A second added: "Wishing you a speedy recovery Mark!"

A third commented: "This is great news. Glad the NHS looked after you. Stay strong."

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A fourth wrote: "Well done on getting this far Mark. Wishing you a quick recovery."

"Good luck with it all! Wishing you a smooth recovery," another commented.

Mark is well-known to BBC viewers for his roles in antique series such as Bargain Hunt, Flog It!, and Antiques Road Trip.

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