Line of Obligation star Adrian Dunbar has described as a tragedy the actual fact his mum is just not conscious of his success as a result of she suffers from Alzheimer’s illness.
uring the pandemic, the Enniskillen actor has been capable of see his daughter Madeleine (33) and his stepson Ted (39) in addition to his grandchildren, who all reside in London, “by a gate”.
However contact along with his 86-year-old mum Pauline, who lives in a Fermanagh care dwelling, has been over a videolink.
He advised the Day by day Telegraph he was undecided that she at all times recognised him throughout the calls.
“You can go and see her, however easy methods to clarify to somebody each time which you can’t give them a hug, that they’re not allowed to return exterior, you need to keep exterior on the doorstep below an awning and stay two metres aside?” he requested.
“Continuously having to remind them, it’s actually, actually troublesome. On videolink, you wave at her and hope she recognises you and is aware of who you might be.
“She’s been robbed — we’ve got each been robbed. One of many tragedies for me is that now my profession has taken off to this extent, she’s not likely conscious of it.”
Line of Obligation season six is on BBC One on March 21 at 9pm