Margot Coleman is the wife of Australian TV presenter Jonathan Coleman. Jonathan has died aged 65.
The Studio 10 host died on Friday (9 July) night, four years after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, a statement from his family read.
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Writing about Coleman, his wife Margot said: “Jono and I have been soulmates for close to 40 years.
Jonathan Coleman Dies
Australian radio and television personality Jonathan, ‘Jono’ Coleman, has died after living for four years with prostate cancer.
Coleman had a long and distinguished media career in Australia and his native Britain and was most recently a presenter on Studio 10 on Network 10.
Jono had initially kept his prostate cancer diagnosis a secret for over a year before deciding to share his story to raise awareness.
Speaking to the Mirror in 2018, Jono said his diagnosis came about because he was encouraged to undergo blood tests every six months after appearing on Celebrity Fit Club.
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“They made me get my act together because my dad had died of a heart attack at 62 – the age I am now – and his mother had died young. They put me on statins and said, ‘If you want to see your children grow up, you have to change your lifestyle,’ he said.
Speaking after his death, Margot described Coleman as her ‘soulmate’ and said they had lived a ‘wonderful life’ together.
Mrs. Coleman said in a statement: “Jono and I have been soulmates for close to 40 years. We have been fortunate to have lived a rich and wonderful life, and I have been lucky enough to watch up-close someone with enormous talent and the special gift to make people laugh.
“I will miss him beyond words and with the support of our gorgeous children, Oscar and Emily, and their partners, we will continue to live in the manner that he wanted.
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Margot said she and their children had been by Jono’s side when he passed away.
“When I asked Jono recently how he wanted to be remembered, he said, ‘For doing a good deed every day.’ Such was the generosity and caring nature of the love of my life,” said Margot.