THAME-BASED popstar Robin Gibb has reportedly been diagnosed with liver cancer.
The Bee Gees co-founder, who has cancelled several recent appearances due to ill health, was hospitalised last week and is now recovering in his £8million Thame home.
The 61 year old has been undergoing treatment for several months and is now being cared for by his wife Dwina.
He has been joined by older brother Barry and 91-year-old mother Barbara who have flown in from America.
It is believed Robin has been undergoing private treatment for the cancer since May.
Last year he underwent life-saving surgery for a blocked intestine — the same condition that killed his twin and fellow Bee Gee Maurice in 2003.
The Bee Gees have sold more than 200 million records with songs such as Night Fever and Stayin’ Alive.