Googlebox’s Pete Sandiford receives cheeky birthday message from famous uncle Paul Chuckle

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Pete Sandiford turned 27 over the weekend and marked the occasion with an adorable picture with his newborn son, Jimmy. In the hilarious photo, the Gogglebox star was seen smiling as he held the little one in his arms, but Jimmy was having none of it and let out a frustrated cry.

Captioning the snap, Pete wrote: “Jimmy wishing his daddy a happy birthday.”

He also tagged his wife Paige and his sister Sophie, who appears beside him on the Channel 4 show.

Pete’s famous great uncle Paul (Elliot) Chuckle, who rose to fame on CBBC, was among the celebs to respond to the post, and cheekily joked: “Fancy frightening little Jimmy on your birthday… Happy birthday, mate have a good un x.”

Meanwhile, fans also sent him their best wishes for his day of celebrations.

Devlinad responded: “Happy birthday brother. Have a good one. Dev x.”

Louiseandrews_2 wrote: “Defo a pic to show on his 18th!!!”

While Stephysmiles328 shared: “Happy Birthday Pete! x.”

Paul, of course, was one half of the beloved double act the Chuckle Brothers, with his younger brother, the late Barry Chuckle.

Pete has previously shared throwback photos of himself and his famous relatives, Paul and Barry Chuckle.

Paul, 72, took to Twitter last year to share a throwback image of him grinning alongside Pete and Sophie.

He wrote: “This day 2018 with my great niece and nephew @PeteandSophie #Gogglebox”

With one person responding to the tweet writing: “THAT’S why they’re so funny!”

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Paul also shared another family snap with his wife Sue, as they enjoyed a day out with Pete and Sophie.

“Look who we had a very nice lunch with @pinklarkholme #ProudUncle @Petesandiford @PeteandSophie @llucyjohnson,” he typed.

One of Paul’s followers replied: “Can so see Barry in Pete. Now I know where he gets his comic side from. May Barry’s legend live on in Pete.”

Barry died in 2018 from bone cancer, after keeping his illness a secret.

The pair were siblings for 70 years and worked as the Chuckle Brothers for 56 of those.

“We spent 45 weeks a year together,” says Paul. “I miss him greatly. We were great mates. He was a great brother.

“We used to laugh all the time. It’s upsetting because we’ll never have that again. I’ll never have that fun again with my brother.

“It’s hard but that’s life. You have to keep going.”

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