Rita Wilson Says She 'Won' Her Cancer Battle

Actress underwent a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

She later added that she is no longer in treatment and had "won" her cancer battle.

"I have taken a leave from the play 'Fish in the Dark' to deal with a personal health issue," the "Girls" actress told People magazine. "Last week, with my husband by my side, and with the love and support of family and friends, I underwent a bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction for breast cancer after a diagnosis of invasive lobular carcinoma."

She added that she expected to make a full recovery because doctors caught the cancer early.

Colin Hanks, Tom Hanks' son by his late first wife Samantha Lewes, accompanied Wilson to the Tonys.

Wilson tweeted a photo from inside Radio City Music Hall.

.@ColinHanks , my son, and I @TheTonyAwards Just sat down! Great seats! pic.twitter.com/j30yivciyg

— Rita Wilson (@RitaWilson) June 7, 2015

Colin also posted a photo of the two of them on the red carpet.

I got to go to the Tonys as this lady's date. Much fun was had. http://t.co/wFIQ68Gf2z pic.twitter.com/SJbRAZJ4Mm

— Colin Hanks (@ColinHanks) June 8, 2015

.@ColinHanks , my son, and I @TheTonyAwards Just sat down! Great seats! pic.twitter.com/j30yivciyg

Colin also posted a photo of the two of them on the red carpet.

I got to go to the Tonys as this lady's date. Much fun was had. http://t.co/wFIQ68Gf2z pic.twitter.com/SJbRAZJ4Mm

— Colin Hanks (@ColinHanks) June 8, 2015