Jimmy Cricket is just 10 away from completing a century of his special daily video messages.
The famous Northern Irish comedian has been sending all his fans and friends togetherness posts as the world fights coronavirus.
The UK government announced on 23 March it was imposing strict new curbs on life in the UK.
However, the restrictions for the Covid-19 lockdown are starting to be relaxed nation-wide.
Jimmy has been posting the videos on social media with the message: “We can do this together!”
He created the first daily message the day before the lockdown and has attempted to give them topical themes.
Jimmy told a few jokes in the clip and urged people to help each other in these tough times.
He said: “Once we get though this, at the end of the tunnel, we’ll all have a great big huddle together.”
Jimmy has decided to halt the videos at 100 – he posted number 90 on Sunday (28 June).
He tweeted: “We’ve Been Doing This Together. Message 90. Coming into the home straight! jokes folks! #StayAlert”
In May, Jimmy wrote this message to all his fans, friends and followers.
In it, he said: “It was my youngest daughter Katie who suggested I do a joke each day on social media not long after the lockdown had kicked in.
“Before we knew it, we’d got to day 54 when one of our Facebookers suggested I go for the 100 jokes.
“His name was Paul Ritchie and I bought into his idea right away.
“After all, I can’t go on indefinitely
“When I say daily jokes, they come in various forms. It could be a couple of quick one-liners or a longer joke with a punchline.
“In some cases it could be a poem. The trick is to keep it short. After all, there’s no live audience so it’s a silent feedback.
“I put on my character costume of tail coat, hat and wellingtons and do them in weekly batches of seven and just drop them in each day one at a time.
“Mrs Cricket’s the one behind the camera and she does a phenomenal job.
“I’m constantly astounded how good the quality is on her iPhone.
“I try to make them relevant to what’s happening in the news.
“I’m thrilled by the emails and texts I get from people telling me how much I cheer them up.
“Look forward to welcoming as many people as possible on my journey of lockdown levity.”