Paul Chuckle has paid a social media tribute to brother Barry on the second anniversary on his death.
The elder of the Chuckle Brothers, whose real last name is Elliot, died on 5 August 2018 at the age of 73 after a diagnosis of bone cancer.
Younger brother Paul, 72, remembered him by posting a throwback photo of the two, writing: "Can't believe its been two years already, 5 August 2018, miss you Baz."
The siblings, best known for their BBC children's programme ChuckleVision, were comedy partners for over 50 years.
Can't believe its been two years already, 5 August 2018, miss you Baz 💔 pic.twitter.com/qFZAfD9eZN
— Paul Chuckle (@PaulChuckle2) August 5, 2020
Paul went on to encourage his followers to add their memories of his brother to a special tributes page. He said: "I feel Barry with me all the time. It’s nice to know he’s remembered by so many."
He shared a message from Rotherham United, the team Barry had been an honorary life president for. The team's football club was also the location of Barry's funeral in 2018.
The official account posted: "Forever in our hearts. @PaulChuckle2, you and Barry brought so much joy to so many households, putting Rotherham on the map in the process.
"We're incredibly proud to call you both, our own. Thinking of you today. #rufc | #ForeverTogetherForeverProud."
Recently, Paul has divulged that he feels his late sibling’s presence with him when he performs on stage and that Barry visits him in his dreams.
He vowed to carry on performing after Barry's passing as he believes it's what his brother would've wanted for him.