Danny Dyer heartbreak after beloved grandma dies following pneumonia battle
Danny Dyer's has been dealt fresh heartbreak after his beloved Grandma died.
The EastEnders actor's mum Chrissie took to Twitter to sadly confirm news.
Taking to Twitter, Chrissie wrote to her 4,000 followers: "I didn’t see my little mum for 10 days when she was in hospital and a wonderful doctor allowed me to give her a cuddle wearing full PPE.
"They let me take her home so she could die in her own house."
She added in a second tweet: "I will be eternally grateful to that wonderful doctor giving me that last cuddle and a chat. I miss her dreadfully."
In June this year Chris revealed that her mum was taken to hospital with pneumonia.
Posting on Twitter, she wrote: "My little mum is in hospital with pneumonia. Not Covid thank f***
"I'm taking up parcels and phoning her, but not being able to visit her is f****** devastating."
Chris' granddaughter, and daughter of Danny, Dani replied: "Hope she's OK."
Chris publicly responded: "So do I! Love you xxx
"I know she is in the best place to get better."
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Replying to Chris' tweet about her mother passing away, one supporter wrote: "Heartbreaking sending hugs."
Another added: "I remember your pain of not being able to see her, you would have taken her home if they hadn't let you, I can't see the problem – you would be putting yourself at risk and that's your choice. Hope you are OK, good to see you back."
A third said: "Sending you all my love."
Danny Dyer is yet to speak out on the news himself.
Daily Star Online has contacted a rep for Danny for comment.
Danny hit the headlines recently when he shared his thoughts on the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The actor blasted the Boris Johnson and his pals and said it was time for other people to take over the running of the country.
Danny said it should be by working the class in Number 10 and not "the people who went to Eton".
Speaking on BBC News, the 43-year-old said: "My one rant would be that we must learn now that the people who went to Eton can't run this country.
"They've done it, they've tried to do it, and this little small group who all went to the same school in the same class, it doesn't work."
- Dani Dyer
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