Michelin-starred celebrity chef Dominique Crenn took to Instagram Sunday to announce that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

"I feel both scared and humbled and yet not alone," Crenn wrote on her post, beside a picture of herself smiling. "One in EIGHT women have breast cancer. I am neither alone nor unique."

Crenn says that she plans to be in her restaurant kitchens as much as possible throughout her treatment "because being there, engaged in my craft, and with those I love so dearly is what fuels me."

In 2018, Crenn became the first female chef in the United States to earn three Michelin stars at her Cow Hollow restaurant Atelier Crenn. The eight-year-old restaurant only has eight tables in its dining room, and hosts only two seatings per night.

Crenn has since expanded her local empire with Petit Crenn in Hayes Valley, and more recently, Bar Crenn, a wine bar next door to Atelier Crenn.

"For all the women who have been on this journey before me and now with me, my heart is with you," Crenn writes, and immediately the post received an outpouring of support from her fans and the local restaurant industry.

Local food writer Marcia Gagliardi commented saying, "You are not in this alone, you have a strong tribe holding space for you."

Top Chef host Tom Colicchio also commented saying, "Stay strong, fuck cancer."