Paul Chuckle seen for the first time since the death of brother Barry, 73

Paying homage: Paul Chuckle seemed excited as he was first seen since the death of Brother Barry, 73, at a Rotherham soccer game on Saturday.

Paul Chuckle was seen for the first time since the death of his brother and comedy partner Barry on Sunday.

The 70-year-old children's artist was excited when he attended a football match between his beloved Rotherham and Ipswich Town on Saturday.

Paul, who along with Barry was named honorary vice president of the club in 2017, participated in a minute of applause before the kickoff.

Paying homage: Paul Chuckle seemed excited as he was first seen since the death of Brother Barry, 73, at a Rotherham soccer game on Saturday.

Paying homage: Paul Chuckle seemed excited as he was first seen since the death of Brother Barry, 73, at a Rotherham soccer game on Saturday.

Paul – dressed in a black suit with a tie in the red and white colors of Rotherham – pointed to the sky in a touching tribute to his late brother while the crowd cheered on the much loved comedy actor.

During the 73rd minute of the game, the public broke into the famous phrase of the Brothers & # 39; To Me, To You & # 39; in memory of Barry, who passed away at 73 years old.

Barry and Paul were life-long fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich in a fitting tribute to one of the biggest fans.

Rotherham FC shared his own social media tribute to Barry, writing: FT | Millers 1 v 0 Ipswich. For you, Barry #rufc & # 39; together with a star snap holding his own personalized shirt.

The death of Barry at the age of 73 was announced on Sunday after a battle against heart disease, and since then tributes have been received for the television star (L) (photographed together in 1993).

The death of Barry at the age of 73 was announced on Sunday after a battle against heart disease, and since then tributes have been received for the television star (L) (photographed together in 1993).

The death of Barry at the age of 73 was announced on Sunday after a battle against heart disease, and since then tributes have been received for the television star (L) (photographed together in 1993).

Days after the death of his brother, Paul swore & # 39; follow & # 39; working in the world of entertainment while speaking publicly for the first time since the death of his brother Barry.

On Thursday, the children's comic thanked the fans for their support, confirming that he will continue to act as a soloist because that is what his late brother would have wanted.

The death of Barry at the age of 73 was announced on Sunday after a battle against heart disease, and since then tributes have been received for the television star.

Emotional: Paul - dressed in a black suit with a tie in the red and white colors of Rotherham - threw a kiss as the crowd cheered on the beloved comedian

Emotional: Paul - dressed in a black suit with a tie in the red and white colors of Rotherham - threw a kiss as the crowd cheered on the beloved comedian

Emotional: Paul – dressed in a black suit with a tie in the red and white colors of Rotherham – threw a kiss as the crowd cheered on the beloved comedian

In memory: during the 73rd minute of the game, the public broke into the famous phrase of the Brothers & # 39; To Me, To You & # 39; in memory of Barry, who passed away at 73 years old.

In memory: during the 73rd minute of the game, the public broke into the famous phrase of the Brothers & # 39; To Me, To You & # 39; in memory of Barry, who passed away at 73 years old.

Beloved: Barry and Paul were life-long fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich for an appropriate tribute dedicated to one of the biggest fans.

Beloved: Barry and Paul were life-long fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich for an appropriate tribute dedicated to one of the biggest fans.

In memory: during the 73rd minute of the game, the public broke into the famous phrase of the Brothers & # 39; To Me, To You & # 39; in memory of Barry, who passed away at 73 years old.

His full tweet said: "I would like to thank everyone for all their messages that have been difficult to read, but I read them all.

"It's the worst sensation of all time, but I have to continue because I know that Barry would like me to have always supported me both at work and in our personal lives (sic)."

It was the first time Paul spoke publicly since his brother's death, although his wife, Sue, took to Twitter on Sunday to thank the fans for their support, adding that he was "absolutely devastated" by Barry's death.

& # 39 ;: Rotherham FC shared his own social media tribute to Barry, writing: & # 39; FT | Millers 1 v 0 Ipswich. For you, Barry #rufc & # 39; together with a star snap holding his own personalized shirt

& # 39 ;: Rotherham FC shared his own social media tribute to Barry, writing: & # 39; FT | Millers 1 v 0 Ipswich. For you, Barry #rufc & # 39; together with a star snap holding his own personalized shirt

& # 39 ;: Rotherham FC shared his own social media tribute to Barry, writing: & # 39; FT | Millers 1 v 0 Ipswich. For you, Barry #rufc & # 39; together with a star snap holding his own personalized shirt

A comforting moment: Paul, who with Barry was named honorary vice president of the club in 2017, participated in a minute of applause before the kickoff

A comforting moment: Paul, who with Barry was named honorary vice president of the club in 2017, participated in a minute of applause before the kickoff

A comforting moment: Paul, who with Barry was named honorary vice president of the club in 2017, participated in a minute of applause before the kickoff

Jubilant: Barry and Paul were lifelong fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich in a well-deserved tribute to one of the biggest fans.

Jubilant: Barry and Paul were lifelong fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich in a well-deserved tribute to one of the biggest fans.

Follow: Days after the death of his brother, Paul promised to continue & # 39; working in the world of entertainment while speaking publicly for the first time since the death of his brother Barry.

Follow: Days after the death of his brother, Paul promised to continue & # 39; working in the world of entertainment while speaking publicly for the first time since the death of his brother Barry.

Jubilant: Barry and Paul were lifelong fans of the football team, which won the game 1-0 against Ipswich in a well-deserved tribute to one of the biggest fans.

The message read: "Paul has asked me to send a message to thank ALL of his kind messages this morning, he is absolutely devastated, unable to answer for himself, but his messages really help and he knows that Barry would be so happy to know how much he He was loved, Sue X (sic) & # 39;

It is believed that Barry kept his state of health a secret for more than a year in order to continue acting.

He knew that since last summer he only had months to live, but he did not tell anyone outside his closest family, said Barry's older brother, Brian.

Smiles: Paul looked very animated as he watched his beloved team, and raised his thumb towards the other fans from the stands.

Smiles: Paul looked very animated as he watched his beloved team, and raised his thumb towards the other fans from the stands.

Smiles: Paul looked very animated as he watched his beloved team, and raised his thumb towards the other fans from the stands.

Barry left behind his younger brother Paul, who starred with him in Britain's favorite children's comedy duo, and older brothers Jimmy, 86, and Brian, 83.

"We've known for a long time that Barry was very sick," Brian told The Sun.

"I drove this week and I saw him for two hours, we knew the end was very close, I was taking morphine, but we talked, I kissed him goodbye at the end." There were tears, of course.

Comedy duo: veteran actor Barry, half of the Chuckle brothers, died Sunday at 73, after a battle with heart disease.

Comedy duo: veteran actor Barry, half of the Chuckle brothers, died Sunday at 73, after a battle with heart disease.

Comedy duo: veteran actor Barry, half of the Chuckle brothers, died Sunday at 73, after a battle with heart disease.

Until this past year it had been fine. But he has been a smoker all his life. It has been very hard. Especially keeping him away from people.

He died peacefully in his home surrounded by his loved ones, said his manager Phil Dale.

The couple was best known for their successful BBC show ChuckleVision, which aired for 21 series from 1987 to 2009.

Fan favorite: The couple was best known for their successful BBC show ChuckleVision, which was featured in 21 series from 1987 to 2009.

Fan favorite: The couple was best known for their successful BBC show ChuckleVision, which was featured in 21 series from 1987 to 2009.

Fan favorite: The couple was best known for their successful BBC show ChuckleVision, which was featured in 21 series from 1987 to 2009.

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