Songs in the Key of Hope

Meg Welchman was featured in the QWeekend published on Saturday 6 April 2019. The piece was written by Elissa Lawrence and covers Meg’s diagnosis with Stage IV aggressive breast cancer and the writing of This Present Moment, her positive outlook nurtured by her parents, the love story between her and her husband Simon and the family they created, and a special focus on Meg’s band The Double Happiness. Photography by Mark Cranitch & Kate Nutt.

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For me the key to everything is hope – I only asked for stories of hope.

How does anyone know what their story will be until they live it?

Qweekend – Meg Welchman with her husband Simon and children Ivy, 9 and Reuben, 11. Meg, a psychologist, is in her 10th year fighting stage 4 breast cancer and is a strong believer in the power of positivity. She plays bass and sings in a band called The Double Happiness (husband Simon plays drums), dances, has written books and sings in a choir. Pic Mark Cranitch.