PADDY Doherty has been rushed back to hospital and put on oxygen less than three weeks after his battle with coronavirus.
The My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star was struggling to breathe as he told followers and friends the news that he was back in hospital.
Paddy Doherty has gone back into hospital following his battle with the virus
The Celebrity Big Brother winner told his followers that he’s back on oxygen in hospitalCredit: PA:Empics Entertainment
The 62-year-old said he has suffered damage as a result of his struggle with the deadly virus.
Coughing and wheezing, the Celebrity Big Brother winner explained in a video posted to Facebook: “I’ll be out in the morning. Just be careful everyone.
“I’m worse than a cat. A cat’s got seven lives, I’ve got 100 lives.”
Breathing in oxygen from a machine, he added: “Catch you all later. Be lucky.”
He posted the video of him struggling to breathe, along with the caption: “Thought all was fine but here I am back in the Hospital. CRAZY COVID!
“PLEASE PLEASE LOOK AFTER YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND EVERYONE. FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES X PADDY.”
Well-wishers have flooded his comments with prayers and get well soon messages.
And some have even told him to stop speaking while filming himself – and instead urged him to focus on his breathing.
One person wrote: “Stop talking Paddy boy just concentrate on breathing rest up get better xx”
FEARS FOR PADDY
Another wrote: “Get well soon paddy, prayers that you make a full speedy recovery.”
Just last month, the My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding legend returned home from hospital after a traumatic battle with coronavirus.
He had developed pneumonia while struggling with the virus, and found himself “hours from death.”
His wife Roseanne was left with no choice but to call for help as his symptoms got worse – and he was taken into hospital.
The former bare-knuckle boxer likened the medical team looking after him to soldiers at war as he fought off the deadly virus.
He said at the time: “I’ve never seen nothing like them. They are the true warriors of God.
“True angels. There are no words for them. They’re a different level. They’re the greatest people on the planet. Without them, life wouldn’t exist.”
Doctors and nurses battled to save his life, putting his chances of survival at 50/50.
The star even admitted the worst has crossed his mind during his battle as he thought he “was a goner” and that his “number was up”.
Filming from a hospital bed, he warned fans coronavirus is “not a joke” as he was placed on oxygen to help him breathe.
It comes after Paddy underwent a five-hour operation in March 2019 to treat his prostate cancer.
Paddy said he’ll ‘be out in the morning’Credit: Facebook
The TV star had previously been in hospital with Covid
The star previously thanked doctors and nurses for saving him
The legend was first admitted into hospital in January