TELEVISION legend Paul O'Grady died at the age of 67 on March 28, 2023, after a sensational career in showbusiness.
Here, we look at his daughter Sharon, who was born in 1974.
Who is Paul O' Grady's daughter Sharon Moseley?
Sharon Moseley is the daughter of late TV legend Paul O'Grady, who died on March 28, 2023 at the age of 67.
She was born in May 1974 as Sharon Lee Jansen, when Paul was only 18.
She has two children named Abel and Halo, born in December 2006 and December 2009 respectively.
Who is Sharon Moseley mum Diane Jansen?
Diane Jansen is the mother of Sharon Moseley, who became pregnant with Sharon in 1974.
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Paul didn't marry Diane, but agreed to pay child support.
After his relationship with Diane, Paul was married to a Portuguese model named Teresa Fernandes from 1977 to 2005.
However, this was a marriage of convenience as both parties were homosexual, and took place so Fernandes would not be deported.
Who is Sharon O'Grady's husband Philip Moseley?
Philip Moseley is the husband of Sharon, and was Paul's godson.
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Moseley was a childhood friend of Sharon's.
Paul gave Sharon away at her wedding to Philip, after he asked the comedian for his daughter's hand in marriage.
What has Paul O'Grady said about his daughter?
O'Grady is thought to have had a close relationship with his daughter, although admitting that they argued a lot.
She attended Buckingham Palace with her father in 2008 when he was awarded an MBE for services to entertainment.
Paul said about giving her away at her wedding, saying: "It was a really great day. Sharon looked fabulous and Philip is a smashing fella. They fit together like a pan and a lid.
“Sharon wore a lovely floaty pale pink dress – because she looks shocking in white. She looked like a Disney princess."
He said that speaking at the wedding was a frightening experience, adding: "I kept my speech really short. I wished them all the best and said I hoped all their hopes and dreams came true. I was quite nervous.
"I can go on stage and perform in front of thousands of people and it doesn't bother me but talking in front of friends and family was nerve-wracking."
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