TV star died “unexpectedly but peacefully” on Tuesday evening (March 28) at the age of 67. His partner Andre Portasio confirmed the sad news, adding: “He will be greatly missed by his loved ones, friends, family, animals and all those who enjoyed his humour, wit and compassion. "The cause of Paul's death has yet to be confirmed.
Two weeks before his passing, Paul took to Instagram to pay tribute to one of his pet pigs, Tom Tom, who had to be put to sleep while he was away.
Posting a sweet video of the beloved hog, the animal lover wrote: "Got back from a week in Newcastle playing Miss Hannigan in Annie to find that Tom Tom, one of my pigs had been put to sleep. READ MORE: Paul O'Grady passes away 'unexpectedly but peacefully' at 67"I knew it was coming as he’d been diagnosed with a tumour but even so it’s awful when you lose a pet.
He was the cheekiest of the gang and one of the other pigs who was obviously very fond of him is now depressed and gone into mourning and there’s those who say that animals don’t have feelings. "On a lighter note I’m thoroughly enjoying playing Hannigan again after so long especially with a truly amazing and lovely cast.Read more on msn.com
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