"Quite a lot of problems" 66-year-old Paul O'Grady reflects on life changes after three heart attacks | Celebrity News | Entertainment and TV | Express.co.uk

2021-12-14 08:03:54 By : Mr. Carter Huang

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The 66-year-old Paul O'Grady admitted that his life has undergone some major changes after "some health problems." The star made this public in a new interview about his typical day.

Paul experienced three heart attacks in his life, the first time he came back in 2002.

This beloved host suffered one more time in 2006 and three more times in 2014.

Since then, he admitted that he changed his lifestyle after the so-called "health problem".

Paul made this public yesterday in an article in the Sunday Times discussing his life.

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He wrote: "I have had many health problems in the past few years, so I now tend to eat healthy.

"We will eat all kinds of things, but we don't eat lamb, not after hand-raising so many.

"However, I found that I still like wartime food: fish fingers, French fries, bone marrow peas."

Despite his problems, he also admitted that he was not worried about death.

He added: "In the 1980s, many of my friends died of AIDS. In the past few years, a series of friends-Shiraz Black, Jackie Collins, Des O'Connor, Honor Blackman ——Also gone.

"I think all these guests are leaving a wonderful party.

"Does this remind me of my own death? No, I have no troubles, me."

Paul had previously shared how his parents died prematurely due to heart disease.

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His father died when the host was a teenager, and his mother died when he was 33 years old.

However, Paul publicly stated that he refused to treat the heart problem as a "time bomb."

When he opened up to the Independent in October, he said: "No, I refuse to let myself think this way.

"And I refuse to sit on the sofa and watch the daytime TV show and count the pills.

"You will meet people who give up, and I'm very angry.

"I thought,'Don't be silly, you have already got a second or third or fourth chance, so make good use of it'."

In the same interview, the star admitted that he had quit drinking and led an active lifestyle.

A large part of it involves his work at Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, where he filmed his popular series For The Love of Dogs.

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