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Miriam O'Callaghan Remembers Late Dog Chance on Pancake Tuesday

Miriam O'Callaghan remembers her beloved late dog Chance, a Samoyed husky, during Pancake Tuesday. His love for pancakes and the family tradition is cherished in their hearts.

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Miriam O'Callaghan Remembers Late Dog Chance on Pancake Tuesday

Miriam O'Callaghan Remembers Late Dog Chance on Pancake Tuesday

This Pancake Tuesday, RTÉ star and mother of eight, Miriam O'Callaghan, shared a touching memory of her late family dog, Chance, a Samoyed husky. In an Instagram video, Miriam revealed that Chance, who passed away last year, had a special love for pancakes and was dearly missed during their annual pancake-making tradition.

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Cherished Memories of Chance

As I flipped the pancakes on the stove, I couldn't help but remember our beloved Chance. His fluffy white fur and playful nature brought endless joy to our family. Every Pancake Tuesday, Chance would be right by our side, eagerly awaiting his share of the delicious treats.

Chance's Love for Pancakes

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Of all the family traditions, Chance cherished Pancake Tuesday the most. His eyes would light up as the sweet smell of pancakes filled the air. He knew he was in for a special treat. Chance had a refined palate and loved nothing more than savoring a freshly made pancake.

A Lasting Legacy

Though Chance is no longer with us, his memory lives on through our family's stories and traditions. This year, as my twin daughters Jessica and Georgia helped me make pancakes, we couldn't help but feel the void left by Chance's absence. However, we also celebrated the happiness he brought into our lives.

As I prepare to co-host tonight's episode of Prime Time with Sarah McInerney, I am grateful for the memories we shared with Chance. His spirit will always be a part of our family, especially on Pancake Tuesday. Tonight, I will raise a pancake in honor of Chance, a cherished family member who will forever hold a special place in our hearts.

Miriam O'Callaghan

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