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31-year-old mum shared heartbreaking final video before she tragically died of cancer

31-year-old mum shared heartbreaking final video before she tragically died of cancer

She took to TikTok to share the footage

A 31-year-old mum shared a heartbreaking final video before she tragically died of cancer.

Erin Corner, who hailed from Pontrhydfendigaid in Ceredigion, Wales, was diagnosed with stage four ampullary cancer and would regularly take to TikTok to share updates on her health alongside lifestyle vlogs.

The mum-of-two passed away earlier this month (8 January) and is survived by her husband Dan, her eight-year-old daughter, Harley, and her son Alex, 13.

Erin Corner shared a heartbreaking final TikTok before passing away.

The family shared a statement on Erin's TikTok page which has since clocked up more than 2.9 million views.

It reads: "Our beautiful Erin passed away pain free and peacefully this morning. 8.1.2024."

The statement continued: "You all made a massive impact in her final months and weeks and we are so grateful to you all."

Six days before her death, Erin posted her final video on the platform where she took viewers along with her on a trip to Tesco.

"I've made it out of the house. We're getting fuel and heading to Aberystwyth Tesco. We made it, guys," she can be heard saying.

Erin went on to reveal: "Realistically this is going to be my last ever trip out of the house alive - which is quite a realisation to happen.

"This is going to be the last time I leave the house, by choice, to do something I want to do before I die. Wild. Blows my mind."

Erin's family announced she died earlier this month (8 January).

She then made a quick visit to the doctor's to pick up some medicine, saying: "So far, so good. Feeling good. Very tired. I'm feeling like it's going to be just Tesco. No Home Bargains or B&M - which is a shame, but I don't want to push myself. So I'm only going to go to Tesco and M&S because they're in the same building."

After having a little browse around the supermarket, Erin told the camera: "I don't care, we're blocking the way into Tesco. There are Easter things in Tesco. How insane is that? We're literally not even over Christmas."

She then got back in the car and headed to a McDonald's drive-thru for her 'last ever dirty Maccies'.

She added: "I think my order's going to be three Chicken Selects, a coffee, a Galaxy hot chocolate, and an apple pie."

Finishing off the TikTok, Erin told viewers: "Well guys, we've got the goods. It's been an uneventful but lovely last trip out for me. My back is in agony. Like, I won't lie... Other than that, I feel absolutely fine.

"So I call it a success. And I did manage to buy one new laundry set and two cozy PJ sets. Look at me, splashing it on myself!"

The mum concluded: "We're home now - thanks for coming on my last trip out with me."

Warning: Video below contains strong language:

Hundreds of people have since rushed in to share their condolences, with one TikTok user writing: "Our beautiful Erin.

"May you rest in eternal peace. What a fabulous last TikTok. You never showed any fear or negativity. You've changed so many lives."

A second penned: "I’m so sad this is the last time I’ll see your posts, thanks for your content Erin, sending lots of love and admiration."

"Fly high Erin, you are such an inspiration to many, you've taught many that in the dark, love, laughter and positivity helps your mind get through, you've touched many lives without even meaning to," added a final TikTok user.

If you’ve been affected by any of these issues and want to speak to someone in confidence, contact Macmillan’s Cancer Support Line on 0808 808 00 00, 8am–8pm seven days a week.

If you have experienced a bereavement and would like to speak with someone in confidence, contact Cruse Bereavement Care via their national helpline on 0808 808 1677.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@ezzyharvey_corner

Topics: Health, Real Life, News, UK News, TikTok