Bobby Davro says fiancees death took it out of him as he opens up on grief

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    Comedian Bobby Davro has shared his heartbreak following the loss of his fiancée Vicky Wright.

    The 64-year-old spoke openly to Lorraine Kelly on her ITV show on Monday morning (July 17) and shared the emotional ordeal he's endured since his partner's death.

    Vicky sadly passed away in May just days after announcing she'd been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

    Discussing what he's been through, Bobby said: "You go through so many diffrent- you know it's the relief because they had been suffering.

    "Anger, I got angry about things and then guilt and then sadness and it's just learning to live with it, you take each day as it comes.

    He later added: "It really took it out of me."

    Talking about Vicky's condition, Bobby revealed that she was first misdiagnosed with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and took medication after noticing that she had a bloated stomach.

    But later, after noticing that her skin had turned slightly yellow in appearance, Vicky headed to hospital where she then discovered that she had cancer.

    The death of 63-year-old Vicky was confirmed by her daughter on May 4.

    In a statement 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."

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