Ink on Pink - Natasha G
Natasha marks every big moment in her life with a new tattoo, so when she finished breast cancer treatment for a second time she knew what she wanted to do next.
The mother-of-two, who had a lumpectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy when she was first diagnosed in 2011, had a double mastectomy and immediate reconstruction when she was diagnosed with primary breast cancer for a second time in 2017.
When she was diagnosed the second time, she bought a cherry tree for both her children, including her 18 month old daughter, to give them something to remember her by if her breast cancer became incurable. The tree inspired her cherry blossom tattoo.