Though at times heartbreaking, Beth saw it as a chance to spread some hope and encourage others to take action.
"I think the real reason why we shared it is because our fans have lived through a lot of stuff with us. People have a different respect for law enforcement, which is quite saddening," Beth said.
“We are all truly thankful that we got to have Leanne in our lives even if it was only for a little while.
We would like to thank everyone for their support and we would wish to give greatest sympathy to her family at this heartbreaking time.
"I'm lucky to be sharing Thanksgiving with my family, and I'm lucky to be here for these holidays," Beth told Too Fab. My voice is not strong all the time, it comes and goes sometimes and sometimes it just stops." "It was a very scary situation," she continued.
"You take it day by day and you don't try to take on more than you can handle. "It was hard to wake up every day and know you still have it, it's still in your body, cancer is alive and well inside me and that wasn't a good place to be.
"I would hope that whatever I did people could profit and get happy about it. I think it'd have to be something in law enforcement.In going through something as traumatic as what we just went through, for me a lifestyle change is in order." "I don't know that he's looked for a job in the past 40 years, but we gotta change because we need longevity," she added with a laugh."We have small children, we have people counting on us.Karen, 22, told the Post last week: “We were devastated when we heard about Leanne’s illness and wanted to do something to help.“We will be doing a sponsored walk from Drumchapel to Balloch on November 18 and we are looking for as many people as possible to support us.” A fundraising page - justgiving.com/crowdfunding/leannehawkins - has raised more than £10,000 to date, twice the original target.