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Olivia Newton-John locks lips with her husband John Easterling in a bid to raise money for charity

Sealed with a kiss! Olivia Newton-John locks lips with her husband John Easterling under the mistletoe in a bid to raise money for charity

Olivia Newton-John is spreading the love this festive season.

Taking to her Instagram, the 72-year-old shared a rare PDA-filled snap with her husband John Easterling.

In the photograph, the Grease star and her partner, 68, lock lips as they stand under the mistletoe.

Hopelessly devoted to the cause! Olivia Newton John is spreading the love this festive season. Taking to her Instagram, the 72-year-old shared a rare PDA-filled snap with her husband John Easterling to raise money for cancer research 

Olivia shared the photo alongside a heartfelt caption, in the hope to raise money for colon cancer research.

‘While everyone is preparing for the holidays, did you know that mistletoe isn’t just for getting a kiss from that special someone at Christmas?’ she began her caption.

‘Mistletoe has had a long history of medicinal applications for centuries and, modern day scientists are now exploring its use as a treatment for colon cancer!’

Olivia and her American environmentalist husband tied the knot in 2008 – and he has been by her side in sickness and health since.  

By her side! Olivia and her American environmentalist husband tied the knot in 2008 - and he has been by her side in sickness and health since

By her side! Olivia and her American environmentalist husband tied the knot in 2008 – and he has been by her side in sickness and health since 

Earlier this year, the Australian singer and actress opened up about her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer. 

In October, Olivia recalled the terrifying moment she was diagnosed with the disease.

In a video announcing her new foundation to help other cancer sufferers, Olivia said that she ‘knew immediately that something was wrong’.

'I knew something was wrong': Earlier this year, the Australian singer and actress opened up about her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer

‘I knew something was wrong’: Earlier this year, the Australian singer and actress opened up about her battle with stage-four metastatic breast cancer

 ‘I am probably one of those people who’s living beyond cancer, living beyond probably what people expected to happen,’ she added.

The star also explained that she then spoke to her doctor and agreed to get a surgical biopsy, which revealed her diagnosis with breast cancer.

‘All this was overwhelming. It was a feeling of dread, terror, the unknown,’ she said, adding that she decided to be strong for her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi.

Motivation: 'I had to believe I was going to be okay, that my daughter was the most important thing in my life and I'd be okay for her,' Olivia said. Pictured with her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi

Motivation: ‘I had to believe I was going to be okay, that my daughter was the most important thing in my life and I’d be okay for her,’ Olivia said. Pictured with her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi

‘I made the decision that I would be okay. I had to believe I was going to be okay, that my daughter was the most important thing in my life and I would be okay for her,’ she said.

In the past, Olivia has tried a variety of therapies, including meditation, acupuncture, massage and plant medicine, to heal her body – in addition to conventional medicine.

‘I have seen the incredible beauty of the plants and their healing abilities… if I hadn’t had that experience, I wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you about kinder therapies… your body wants to heal itself,’ said the medicinal cannabis advocate.

‘That’s why I’m excited to start this foundation.’

In an October interview with Nine’s Today show, Olivia said she was ‘feeling great’ and was enjoying self-isolation at her country estate in America amid the coronavirus pandemic.

‘I feel great and I’m so grateful I’m able to be in the countryside,’ she said.  

‘I have my animals and my husband. This has actually been one of the rare times in my whole life where I have been in one place for more than three weeks.’ 

Joined at the hip! Olivia is glad to be spending some down time with her husband in the American countryside as they self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic

Joined at the hip! Olivia is glad to be spending some down time with her husband in the American countryside as they self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic

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