Debbie McGee’s riverside home floods… again!

Debbie McGee’s riverside home floods… again! Banks of the Thames burst around star’s multi-million-pound Berkshire mansion she shared with her late TV magician husband Paul Daniels

  • Debbie McGee’s £3million home she shared with late husband Paul Daniels hit
  • The floodwater has completely submerged much of the grounds near house
  • It has been hit by problems before but Paul had installed a pump to tackle it 

The late Paul Daniels’ wife Debbie McGee is facing flooding in their £3million home after a nearby river’s banks broke.

Their property in Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, has become the latest house belonging to a public figure to be hit by the wayward waters.

It is not the first time it has been deluged after similar problems back in February last year.

The property in Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, has become the latest house belonging to a public figure to be hit by the wayward waters

The property in Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, has become the latest house belonging to a public figure to be hit by the wayward waters

Debbie McGee's £3million home she shared with late husband Paul Daniels has been hit

Debbie McGee’s £3million home she shared with late husband Paul Daniels has been hit

The floodwater has completely submerged much of the grounds near to the Henley house

The floodwater has completely submerged much of the grounds near to the Henley house

And MailOnline told yesterday how George and Amal Clooney’s property was also at risk of flooding again. 

But these floods appear to have overpowered the system as much of the grounds are submerged.

Daniels died in 2016 aged 77 after he was told he had an incurable brain tumour. 

It is understood the latest flooding has left Debbie stranded indoors inside the £3million home

It is understood the latest flooding has left Debbie stranded indoors inside the £3million home

Debbie's late husband magician Paul fitted a pump system many years ago to stop the water but this time it seems too much rain has fallen

Debbie’s late husband magician Paul fitted a pump system many years ago to stop the water but this time it seems too much rain has fallen

The riverside home has been flooded as these aerial pictures showed today in Henley

The riverside home has been flooded as these aerial pictures showed today in Henley

Speaking after her husband’s death, Ms McGee – who met him when she was the assistant on his hit magic show – said the couple had enjoyed the marriage that ‘everyone dreams of’ and had stayed side-by-side sharing jokes until the end. 

Wiping away tears, she told the BBC: ‘Our life has been full of laughter and that’s what it has been the last few weeks – up until the last 48 hours when he slipped into a sleep.’ 

Describing how the couple dealt with Daniels’s sudden illness, Ms McGee said she ‘cried the whole night’ when he was first diagnosed. But she said she vowed to make his final days ‘the best time possible’ – and never allowed him to see her cry.

Speaking after her husband's death, Ms McGee - who met Daniels when she was the assistant on his hit magic show - said the couple had enjoyed the marriage that 'everyone dreams of' and had stayed side-by-side sharing jokes until the end. Pictured: The pair together in 1983

Speaking after her husband’s death, Ms McGee – who met Daniels when she was the assistant on his hit magic show – said the couple had enjoyed the marriage that ‘everyone dreams of’ and had stayed side-by-side sharing jokes until the end. Pictured: The pair together in 1983

Describing how the couple dealt with Daniels's sudden illness, Ms McGee said she 'cried the whole night' when he was first diagnosed. But she said she vowed to make his final days 'the best time possible' - and never allowed him to see her cry

Describing how the couple dealt with Daniels’s sudden illness, Ms McGee said she ‘cried the whole night’ when he was first diagnosed. But she said she vowed to make his final days ‘the best time possible’ – and never allowed him to see her cry

She said: ‘I said to myself: ‘OK, what would he do in this situation?’ And I said: ‘OK, let’s go and find out from the doctors what we’re going to do’, and then ‘whatever time he’s got left I’m going to make it the best time possible’.

‘And that’s what I did – he never saw me cry. I smiled, I put my make up on and did my hair every day. I got him home and I looked after him for about ten days on my own.

‘So we sat out here because the weather’s been a lot like this. His favourite ice cream was Magnums – we had a lot of Magnums sitting out here. We went in and watched Bradley Walsh on The Chase every day at 5pm because Paul and I love Bradley, and that made us laugh every day.’

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