Debbie McGee, 62, has spoken out on her sadness today, after learning the last of her late husband Paul Daniels’ team has died. The radio presenter tweeted a sweet tribute to the former employee of famed magician, Paul, who sadly died back in 2016.
Debbie typed in view of her 43,200 followers: “A very sad day. The last of The Paul Daniels consultants team has died.
“RIP Barry Murray,” she added.
In response, fans shared their support for the star.
One said: “They will be doing their magic in heaven. X.”
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Debbie McGee shared her sorrow after learning “the last” of Paul Daniels’ team has died
Debbie McGee tweeted a sweet tribute to the former employee of famed magician, Paul, who sadly died back in 2016
Another replied: “Hugs and love to you at a difficult time. Stay safe, stay strong. Xxx.”
While a third commented: “Sorry to hear this.”
Barry created the 1980s BBC children’s show Wizbit, which had starred Paul and Debbie as his assistant.
Debbie was married to Paul for 28 years and worked as his stage assistant for a decade before that.
Debbie McGee was married to Paul Daniels for 28 years and worked as his stage assistant for a decade before that
Debbie McGee is now in a much better place and is feeling positive again
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After his death, her grief was so intense she sought help through counselling and even struggled during her run to the 2017 Strictly Come Dancing final.
However, Debbie is now in a much better place and is feeling positive again.
She shared: “I’m not seeing anyone and I haven’t been in a relationship with anybody since Paul died, but if I met the right person I could definitely see myself finding love again now.
“When Paul died I felt completely lost. I didn’t know who I was any more or whether people would want to know me without Paul.
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“But now I feel very comfortable with who I am. I’m much stronger.
“It was horrible at first sleeping without Paul. I put loads of pillows on his side of the bed for six months.
“It helped me to feel like that was a presence like there wasn’t an emptiness,” she added to The Sun.
Debbie recently revealed she had made peace with Paul’s eldest son Paul Daniels Jnr, 61, five years after an argument broke out over the late magician’s estate.
The former ballerina shared that the pair had made up and were planning a reunion to mark the fifth anniversary of the star’s death.
The Strictly Come Dancing star said: “I’m planning to scatter some of Paul’s ashes near here because he loved the water and I would like to get a plot in the local church.
“It will be a nice way to mark the five years. Paul Jnr will be invited and everything is fine between us now.
“He was always a naughty boy,” she added in conversation with the Sunday Mirror at her Berkshire home.
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