Paul Chuckle seen for first time since brother Barry's death aged 73

Mail Online | 8/11/2018 | Cecily Snowball For Mailonline
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Paul Chuckle was seen for the first time since the death of his brother and comedic partner Barry on Sunday.

The children's entertainer, 70, looked emotional as he attended a football match between their beloved Rotherham and Ipswich Town on Saturday.

Paul - Barry - Vice - President - Club

Paul - who with Barry was named honorary vice president of the club in 2017 - took part in a minute applause before kickoff.

Paul - dressed in a black suit with a tie in the Rotherham red and white colours - pointed to heaven in a touching tribute to his late brother as the crowd cheered for the much-adored comedy performer.

Minute - Match - Audience - Brothers - Catchphrase

During the 73rd minute of the match, the audience erupted into the Brothers' celebrated catchphrase 'To Me, To You' in memory of Barry, who passed away aged 73.

Barry and Paul were lifelong fans of the football team, who won the game 1-0 against Ipswich in a fitting tribute for one of the biggest fans.

Rotherham - FC - Media - Tribute - Barry

Rotherham FC shared their own social media tribute to Barry, writing: 'FT| Millers 1 v 0 Ipswich. To you, Barry #rufc' alongside a snap of the star holding his own personalised jersey.

Days after his brother's death, Paul vowed to 'carry on' working in showbusiness as he spoke publicly for the first time since his brother Barry's death.

Twitter - Thursday - Children - Fans - Support

Taking to Twitter on Thursday, the children's comic thanked fans for their support, confirming he will continue to perform as a solo act because it is what his late sibling would have wanted.

Barry's death at the age of 73 was announced on Sunday after a battle with heart disease, and tributes have since poured for the TV star.

Tweet - Thank - Everyone - Messages

His full tweet read: 'I'd like to say a big thank you to everyone for all your messages they've been hard to read but I read every one.

'It's the worst feeling...
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