PADDY Doherty left hospital after being put on oxygen for breathing troubles following his Covid battle.
Paddy reassured fans he was still aliveCredit: Facebook
However, Paddy has reassured fans on Sunday that he’s “still alive” while explaining how the virus made his asthma still alive.
Speaking through a coughing fit, he said: “Good Morning, well I’m alive. I’m alive! Well I’m just about alive. It’s a good morning.
“I was in hospital yesterday and thank God I came out late last night. It is what it is.
“I have asthma and all that crap. Anyway, I want to wish you all a very good morning. I hope everything is going well for yous and have a great day.”
He was put onto oxygen last nightCredit: Paddy Doherty/Facebook
He continued: “If you can say, ‘good morning’ it is a good morning, honest to God, no matter what sort of a day it is, it is a good morning.
“So listen from me to you all I salute, blow yous a kiss, be lucky, and may god bless you all. Be safe.”
Earlier today The Sun revealed the virus was the “hardest thing he’s ever had to fight”.
He told a friend last night: “This virus is hands down the hardest thing I’ve ever had to fight in my life.
The star from his hospital bedroomCredit: Facebook
“I’ve taken a lot of hits over the years – but nothing like this.
“Just when you think you’ve beaten the crap out it if – bang it comes back and floors you.”
Paddy from Manchester shared a new video on his Facebook page that showed him taking oxygen yesterday as he explained that it was because of Covid-19.
He wrote alongside the video that he thought that ‘all was fine’ after he was rushed to hospital last month suffering from double pneumonia and Covid.
He called it one of his hardest fights
“Thought all was fine but here I am back in the hospital,” he said.
He added: “CRAZY COVID!
“PLEASE PLEASE LOOK AFTER YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND EVERYONE. FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES.”
In the harrowing video clip he could be seen coughing and wheezing. “I’ll be out in the morning,” he said.
Paddy is known from Big Fat Gypsy WeddingCredit: Rex Features
“Just be careful everyone. I’m worse than a cat. A cat’s got seven lives, I’ve got 100 lives.”
And the TV personality, who won Celebrity Big Brother in 2011, added: “Catch you all later. Be lucky.”
Doctors at the Countess of Chester Hospital previously gave Paddy just a 50 per cent chance of survival as they fought to save his life.