World news – Radio legend John Laws in the hospital


The news was spread this morning by 2GB host Ben Fordham, who said on the air, « The radio legend is unwell. He was hospitalized last week and is on trial. »

Fordham said he was briefed on the medical issue by Laws over the weekend, but Laws asked him not to make it public.

That changed this morning when Fordham said Laws now « wants people to know what’s going on ».

Fordham sent his best to Laws, 85, saying, « Get well soon, Lawsy. Before you know it, you’ll be back on your feet. »

The death was announced in a statement by 2SM: « This morning we announce the sad death of Caroline Laws, the beloved wife of the legendary Australian broadcaster John Laws. ‘The Princess’, as she was affectionately known by John, had fought valiantly against cancer a number of years.  »

In 2016, he was hospitalized in Rome with what The Daily Telegraph called a « mysterious illness ».

In 2013, he collapsed in a restaurant on Wolloomooloo Wharf and was rushed to the hospital with his assistant to tell fans that the fall was due to a recently broken leg.

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