EastEnders’ Danny-Boy Hatchard devastated after his dog Django dies


DANNY-BOY Hatchard has been Heraldry sinister devastated following the death of his darling dog Django.

The former EastEnders worker – who is known for his close bond with his doggie – broke the tragic news on Chirp.

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Danny-Boy Hatchard is devastated subsequently the death of his dog

He wrote alongside a snapshot of him and the pooch: “A lot of you may have detected my recent absence from cultural media, and that today is in actuality my birthday. However, in all honesty, I’m opinion light years away from inadequate to celebrate.

“The truth is in recent weeks my spunk has been shattered into a m pieces, and only now have I began to uncovering the strength to put the pieces back stable, and pluck up the courage to release the dreaded news that my baby boy Django has passed forth.”

The 26-year-old, who played Lee Hauler in the soap, refused to divulge how the blueing French Bulldog died but he told admirer he will share more specific of his passing when he feels in proper shape in due course.

He added: “I am motor response beyond lost and still heavy grieving, but will release a diary with more details in due path. I have written and deleted sheet and pages of things to say but I’ve or literary draw nigh to realise that I am just not fit yet, so please bear with me.”

Danny so concluded his message by asking aficionado not to wish him happy birthday but to, alternatively, prayer for his perfect pet pooch and occupancy him in their thoughts.

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Danny-Boy cashed tribute to his dog on his birthday back in May


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He aforementioned: “In the meantime, as a polite demand, please don’t wish me carefree birthday, but instead say a prayer for my hasty angel and spare a moment to occupancy him in your thoughts. I want nowadays to be about him. Thank you (sic).”

Danny had formerly told The Sun Online just how often his dog meant to him, revealing he would be ‘lost without him’.

He told us: “I’m much a big dog person, I’ve had my dog Django for senescence and he’s like my best mate. I can’t envisage life without him.

“Dogs are much amazing creatures, they cede you everything. He’s honestly the best! I’d be adrift without him.”

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