Rory Feek, 49, got real about his wife approaching death and made us get all misty eyed in the process. The country singer opened up in a heartbreaking interview, revealing that his wife, Joey Feek, 40, may pass away at any given time, “God only knows” where he and his family will be. So sad!
As Joey Feek, 40, fights Stage IV cervical cancer, a new downturn in her health has her convinced that the end could be near. That’s why when best friend Julie Zamboldi was packing up to leave after staying with the family and caring for Joey for a month, she completely broke down; she thinks she’ll never see Julie again. Husband Rory Feek took an absolutely gut wrenching photo of their goodbye hug.
Joey Feek, 40, has fought incredibly hard in her tough battle with cancer, but according to her husband, Rory Feek, 49, she’s come to accept the fact that she’s dying. Our hearts are breaking for the sad couple while reading Rory’s tear-jerking recount of the hard days his wife has been facing lately.
It was a lovely Christmas for Joey and Rory Feek and their daughter, Indiana, 1, who got to spend the holiday surrounded by their loved ones. As Joey struggles through Stage IV terminal cervical cancer, her family visited to support her on what had to be an emotional day. But thanks to them, Joey was all smiles. Rory posted a photo of celebration to the couple’s Facebook page on December 25.
Brave Joey Feek, 40, and daughter Indiana, 1, got a wonderful surprise when Santa Claus paid a visit to their family home on Dec. 18, and the wonderful experience was shared by Joey’s loving husband, Rory Feek, 49, beautifully.
No words. Rory Feek, 49, wrote the most personal blog post on Nov. 29, documenting his wife, Joey Feek‘s, 40, final days as she battles terminal cancer. In one of the photos, depicting the last day Joey would ever walk, Rory and Joey share a slow dance together, and Rory describes the moment in devastatingly gorgeous detail. Read it inside.
Singer Joey Feek, 40, was rushed to the hospital on Nov. 6 because the pain from her terminal cancer “had become too much to bare,” Rory Feek, her husband, explained on his personal blog. Rory wrote that “hospice is arranged” and there will be a carpet near Joey’s bed to make sure their one-year-old daughter, Indiana, can still see her momma while she rests.