Picture posted in honour of those lost to Covid
Jimmy Cricket updated his profile picture on social media to remember those who have died during the coronavirus pandemic.
The famous comedian uploaded a photograph of him alongside several other well-known celebrities.
They included the late Frank Carson and also fellow funnyman Bobby Ball, who died in October aged 76.
Bobby, one half of the popular comedy double act Cannon and Ball, passed away at Blackpool Victoria Hospital.
The actor and comedian had tested positive for Covid-19.
Bobby starred in several popular sitcoms.
They included Not Going Out, Last of the Summer Wine and Benidorm.
Jimmy posted the photo on Tuesday 23 March, which marked exactly one year since the first coronavirus lockdown.
Tommy Cannon and Wee Jimmy Frankie also featured on the picture.
The text on the photo said: “In honour of those lost to Covid-19” and “UK national day of reflection.”
A national minute’s silence was held at midday, which parliaments across the UK paused business to observe.
On 23 March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced tough restrictions on people’s lives aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19.
Since then, the UK’s official death toll has risen from 364 to more than 126,000.