Comedian Bobby Davro, 64, has been left heartbroken after his fiancée Vicky Wright died yesterday morning.
The singer’s family shared the “devastating news” about the “wonderful mum” yesterday, as tributes came pouring in.
Just days earlier, Bobby revealed his fiancée had been battling pancreatic cancer, which he described as “extremely painful”.
In an interview with the Daily Star last week, he confirmed that the family had endured a “horrific” time due to Vicky’s illness.
“To see someone as beautiful as her with this illness is horrific,” he told the publication.
“It’s so sad. It’s extremely, extremely, extremely painful. My best advice for someone in a similar position is that laughter is the best medicine.
“I always remember this quote – ‘don’t let the world change your smile – get your smile to change the world’.
“Vicky’s illness is a tragedy, and it’s been a personal and family tragedy until now,” he added. “But now I hope talking about it can help other people.
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Vicky and Bobby got engaged back in December after 12 years together, with the late actress describing herself as being on “cloud nine”.
Yesterday, Vicky’s daughter Kelly Wright-Warhurst confirmed the heartwrenching news of her death on her mother’s Twitter page.
She wrote: “Hello everyone. Some incredibly devastating news to share as my wonderful mum Vicky has sadly passed away this morning.
“I wanted to use this platform to let you all know, as I know how much she valued all your love and support in so many ways.”
Vicky was the daughter of Wolverhampton Wanderers and England football legend Sir Billy Wright and singer Joy Beverley.
Tributes have been pouring in for Vicky since the announcement of her death yesterday. Comedian Russell Kane tweeted: “RIP Vicky Wright. Funny, charming, glamorous, down to earth. My deepest condolences to her fiancee @BobbyDavro1 and to her family. F*** cancer.”
While Les Dennis wrote: “So very sad to hear this. Vicky was a lovely woman and a talented performer. Thoughts with you and family and friends.”
Arsenal player Ray Parlour added: “So sorry for your loss. Sending [heart emoji] to you and your family.”
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