Odille Monk Wiki
Odille Monk De Villers was best known as the daughter of former Springbok coach Peter De Villiers. It is reported that she died of cancer on Sunday, December 15, 2019. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 after a tumor was discovered in her chest. His father won hearts earlier this year when it was reported that he had been by his side during all his chemotherapy sessions.
Odille Monk Death and Cause- Peter De Villiers’ Daughter loses battle against cancer
Odille Monk De Villers was best known as the daughter of former Springbok coach, Peter De Villiers. She is reported to have died from cancer on Sunday,https://t.co/tqoTVHlmIP
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Odille Monk Age
She was 28 years old.
Odille Monk Cancer
Odille was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 after a tumor was discovered in her chest. His father won hearts in early 2019 when it was reported that he had been by his side during all his chemotherapy sessions.
“Sometimes I’d just sleep but he’d still stay with me,” Monk told You magazine earlier this year.
Odille had also stated that the support that she had received from her husband, Scott, and the rest of her family had been amazing.
Who is Peter De Villiers?
According to Colored South Africa, Peter de Villiers, a former South African national team coach from 2008 to 2011, has stopped training to be permanently with his daughter and support her during the extremely difficult time.
De Villiers promised his daughter that he would be with her in each chemotherapy session and kept his word. He also shaved his head in solidarity. Peter de Villiers was the first color coach of the South African rugby team and made it to the Springboks until the quarterfinals of the 2011 World Cup. However, the 62-year-old coach also stood out for his acid comments that made him the main character in several controversies.
Odille Monk Death & Cause
Peter de Villiers’ daughter passed away on Sunday morning at the age of 28 years after losing her battle against cancer.
Odille Monk, 28, was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 after a tumor was discovered in her chest. Her father won hearts earlier this year when it was reported that he had been by her side during all her chemotherapy sessions.
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