Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll’s sister Fiona dies in Canada – The Sun

Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll’s sister Fiona dies in Canada – The Sun

April 4, 2020

MRS Brown's Boys star Brendan Carroll's sister has died.

The comedian, 64, his goodbyes to Fiona, who has been dubbed his "second mammy", in Canada last month.

Speaking to the Irish Mirror, Brendan's other sister Eilish said: “I had been out there with her for Christmas but we didn’t manage to get out until the day after she died.

“He (Brendan) was there to see her and got her talking and laughing and singing and I knew she was hanging on for him.

“They were very close, she was like a second mammy. Very much so. For her I know it was her wish to see him and she did and that was lovely."

Earlier this year Brendan opened up about losing his first son in an emotional interview on The Tommy Tiernan Show.

He spoke in depth about hard topics such as happiness and losing loved ones close to him.

Tommy asked him: "Do you have wounds, scars?"

Brendan asked: "Emotional scars? F**k yeah. My mother passing away. Losing my mother. That was really tough. I was very young when my son died.

"That was tough because he was my first child and I, like everybody else, I had all the things figured out in my head – white picket fence, swing in the garden, he'd play football just like his dad did and I'd go to the games with him, blah blah blah.

"And it changed overnight and it leaves a hole. I'm very lucky to have three fantastic kids but they don't fill that gap, not that you'd want them to but they don't.

He added: "But other than that Tommy I'm fine."

Tommy said that he wasn't aware of Brendan's son who had passed away.

Brendan revealed that he died just a couple of weeks old in 1979 and was called Brendan Junior.

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