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Filmed as part of Channel 5 series Gypsy Kids, Paddy, 58, allowed cameras to follow him as the family prepared a final farewell for Simon, who was affectionately known as 'the father of all Travellers'.
In one moving moment reality TV star Paddy is seen holding back tears as he gazes at his father's coffin at the service at St Michael's Church in Ashtead, Surrey, in April, telling the cameras: 'My heart's ripped out of me.' In another scene Paddy watches as the crowd of mourners in horse-drawn carriages shuts down a busy public road to allow the hearse to drive his father's coffin around Epsom Racecourse one final time.
Many of the Travellers pay their respects by kissing the casket, and it's also opened after the service has ended.
He died in hospital in Epsom earlier this year surrounded by his family after battling an ongoing illness.
He admits he was heart-broken at the loss of his beloved father: 'My heart’s ripped out of me.
Worst ever beating I’ve had in my whole entire life.' His grandson Johnny, 11, explains that many of the men wear sunglasses at a funeral so that they can hide any signs of emotion.
Green shamrock balloons and six white doves were released into the air as laments were sung at the graveside.
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