After the 67-year-old TV host and comedian, Paul O’Grady di*d suddenly, the cause of de@th has been revealed. The Kent-based singer di*d of sudden heart arrhythmia, according to his de@th certificate, which the Express got.
Andre Portasio, O’Grady’s husband, said in a statement that he di*d “unexpectedly but peacefully” on March 28 at his home in Aldington, near Ashford. He thanked everyone for thinking of him and wishing him well.
It is thought that ischemic heart disease led to the de@th of the host of “For the Love of Dogs.” Many people said nice things about the passionate animal lover and activist.
In 2012, O’Grady became a spokesperson for Battersea after the ITV show For The Love Of Dogs, which was filmed at the home and won many awards, became a hit.
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Last year, he was on a special episode of For the Love of Dogs with the Queen Consort to celebrate the 160th anniversary of the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, an organization for which he was a representative.
O’Grady was born on the Wirral in Merseyside. He went to Kent and set up a small holding near Ashford for his animals, which included dogs, goats, sheep, chickens, barn owls, and alpacas.
The TV star was also recently named Deputy Lieutenant of Kent. His show “Paul O’Grady’s Great British Escape” has been a big supporter of the county, especially in 2020.
He will have two funerals: one for close family and friends, and one for everyone else. While another service is planned, which will give the public and his friends a chance to show their respects.
The date for either event hasn’t been decided yet.