Rita Wilson has a powerful message to share with women battling cancer.
Nearly two months after revealing she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and undergone a double mastectomy, the 58-year-old actress spoke to ET at the 2015 Tony Awards on Sunday and gave a message to women who are currently fighting their own battle.
"I just want to say that my thoughts are with you, and I know that it... it's a truck that hits you, but I'm telling you, you'll get through it," she said. "It's a day at a time, and I pray for you, and I know -- I've been there. It will be good."
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When ET caught up with Wilson's stepson Colin Hanks at CBS Upfronts in May, he gave an update on her health and happily said she is cancer-free.
Meanwhile, Wilson returned to the Broadway play Fish in the Dark in May after taking a leave of absence to address her health concerns.
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Colin also shared how proud he was of his stepmom's performances, saying she "is absolutely slaying them every night over at Fish in the Dark."