BBC Countryfile's Julia Bradbury is set to make a TV documentary following her cancer diagnoses and recent surgery.
The 51-year-old presenter went through a mastectomy last month after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
The brave TV host has agreed to create a documentary surrounding her battle after being open with fans on social media about her situation.
Julia had her left breast removed after finding a lump and being diagnosed in September.
She has been committed to raising awareness through her journey and has received lots of support since.
A source told The Sun : "Julia has spoken openly about her diagnosis and treatment, because she wants to help other women out there in a similar position.
"She is also very committed to raising awareness. And she has been pleasantly surprised by the response — she has received hundreds of messages of support since her diagnosis."
Julia has received a lot of support especially from other women with the disease who have thanked her for being so honest.
The source added: "So when she was approached to make a documentary, she felt it was important to say yes.
"It is going to be a really powerful, emotional watch."
Earlier in the month Julia praised for her appearance on Celebrity Catchphrase when she made a gesture to her chosen charity.
An ovarian cancer charity shared the gesture and said: "@JuliaBradbury you’re wonderful, full of so much love. Thank you.
"We’re so grateful for your support, choosing #OvarianCancerAction as your nominated charity on @Catchphrase."
They added: "This was recorded before Julia’s breast cancer diagnosis & surgery. We wish you a healthy recovery."
Julia recently posted a tweet where she said she is trying to turn the experience into a positive one where others can learn from it.
She wrote: "I’m trying my best to turn my breast cancer diagnosis into a learning & growing experience.
"I want to share what I learn & to walk this walk with all of you because sadly ALL of us will be touched by cancer at some stage in our lives."
She also shared a photo of a message one of her followers sent her.
They said: "Hi Julia hope you are well had my mammogram just waiting to have my ultrasound this Saturday then results fingers crossed it’s nothing.
"Just wanted to say if it wasn’t for you your posts and positively and encouraging women to get checked I probably would not have gone to the doctor’s in the first place."
They then thanked Julia for being so open about her journey then calling her an 'inspiration'.
One said: "Go girl…..from a prostate cancer survivor…..we have to spread the word because if it saves just one life it’s so worth it…..but hopefully it’s saves so many more…."