Celeb chef’s 15-lb. loss: Sandra Lee 15 Pounds

Published: May 25, 2015

Celeb chef’s 15-lb. loss: Sandra Lee 15 Pounds, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s girlfriend Sandra Lee has lost 15 pounds since her double mastectomy, her family said Saturday.

“Sandy feels very weak,” Lee’s sister, Kimber, said of the 47-year-old Food Network star, who remained hospitalized pending the completion of reconstructive surgery.

“Her weight has plummeted 15 pounds in 5 days,” Kimber said.

This morning was the toughest for Sandra. It seems the pain is at its peak. pic.twitter.com/f2FoNAvpi2

— Sandra Lee (@SandraLee) May 23, 2015

“Even though she’s keeping up a great attitude it’s hard for her to get out of bed right now… She has absolutely no appetite and is constantly nauseous.”

Also Saturday, a picture of Lee bent forward in a hospital robe, head in hand was posted to her Twitter account.

“This morning was the toughest for Sandra,” read the tweet. “It seems the pain is at its peak.”

Lee had undergone breast cancer surgery at an undisclosed hospital on Tuesday, and the governor – her partner of 10 years – has been a constant companion, according to family accounts and social media postings.

The sister said Saturday that despite ongoing nausea and pain, the pretty TV chef continues to think of others.

“I need her to focus on healing and stop worrying about everyone else,” Kimber said.

But “right now, she’s trying to arrange to have flowers sent to every patient in the hospital … and I just want her to eat and recover.”

Sandra decided to give those beautiful flowers to others in the hospital, like a few children in palliative care.

— Sandra Lee (@SandraLee) May 22, 2015

Lee had been diagnosed with a noninvasive breast cancer after what she thought would be a routine mammogram.

“Life can turn on a dime,” she told People magazine of the diagnosis.

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