Cuomo's celebrity chef girlfriend who has struggled to recover from breast cancer surgery, will be going back under the knife Tuesday.
While her doctors have talked about the possibility for weeks, Lee in a Facebook post Monday evening, said she and Cuomo decided Tuesday should be the day.
It's actually stronger than my forehand — solid, swift and accurate). When I am done I WILL be lending you my backhand." She ended the post with "Love and peace.
God bless." Lee had been hoping to avoid further operations until her final breast reconstruction, but may not be able to because of "several complications pre- and postsurgery," her team said.
Home-shopping network QVC hired her as on-air talent; in her first 18 months on the network, Lee sold million worth of products.
Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee premiered on the Food Network in 2003.
By 1972, the girls' parents had divorced; their mother remarried, moving them to Sumner, Washington.
Lee credits her Grandma Lorraine with her love of baking and her ability to "stretch a dollar." Several years later, Lee's mother remarried and finally returned to pick her and Cindy up."I did my very best to avoid this (when I tell you I did everything, I mean everything — modern, Eastern and holistic) but infection is an incredible monster," she wrote."I am a long way from where I was and a long way from where I need to be, but at this point I understand that right now I just need to complete this unexpected phase of a tough journey." Lee, 49, was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer in March and had a double mastectomy May 19.I heard from a few people that there were some marriage proposals made––so to all who got engaged, congratulations! In the Twitter picture on Friday, Lee is surrounded by various white decorations, which is known to be one of her favorite colors to dress and decorate in.In honor of your love, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite wedding inspiration over the coming days. Wedding rumors have circulated throughout the years and the pair has been consistently questioned about their choice to remain unmarried.