David Jason reflects on the death of former co-star John Challis
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John Challis’ wife, Carol, has penned a heartfelt message for her late husband as she took over his Twitter account. Along with the tribute, Carol shared an unearthed picture of the Only Fools And Horses star kissing her on the cheek.
Carol wrote: “Goodbye for now, my darling wonderful man.”
Fans of the late actor flooded the post with messages honouring his life and showing Carol their support.
Bizho wrote: “So sorry for your loss, I had just known John from The Nld video.
“I had to look for his account on Twitter because he is super amazing.
“Thank you for making me smile, John. May your soul rest In peace.
“My thoughts with you and your family Carol. Keep Strong.
Television presenter Nick Owen added: “Lots of love from us both, Carol.
“You were so brave today.
“God bless such a special man. N and V x”
Ken Alexander said: “I was so sorry to hear about John, Carol.
“It was such a pleasure working with him and meeting you both on the Plymouth Panto.
“Sending much love and condolences.”
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Reg Hollis added: “So sorry for your loss Carol.
“I was very pleased to discover you have taken over John’s Twitter!
“Keeping him very much alive in our hearts and minds!”
Carol, who is now the administrator of John’s Twitter account, announced the takeover in the page’s bio.
She penned: “This account is now run by John’s wife Carol.
“Some memories, some RTs and the occasional comment.
“Let’s keep his memory alive.”
John Challis died at the age of 79 on September 19, after a “long battle with cancer”.
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