WATCH: Judy Murray keeps us entertained with brilliant ‘Duncan Murray’ coronavirus self-isolation skit
Judy Murray has done her bit for keeping the world entertained during the coronavirus outbreak by taking part in another brilliant ‘Duncan Murray’ video.
‘Duncan’ is the creation of comic Chris Forbes, who asks Judy to star in spoof videos focused on her expressing disappointment in her completely talentless ‘son’.
And, right when we needed a laugh, along came Judy and ‘Duncan’ with a special coronavirus self-isolation edition.
“A lot of people think Duncan is real,” Forbes said last year. “While that is quite concerning, it is also quite sweet.
“People have really taken this fictional being to their heart. It’s nice to see that people will care for somebody even though he doesn’t exist.”
Yes I’m sure. https://t.co/RvtSAJl5IE
— judy murray (@JudyMurray) April 1, 2020
He added: “I’m a big fan of the Murray family in general – the whole family.
“I like tennis and I’ve always had this weird idea that it would be funny if there was another sibling that no-one knew about, just a real black sheep of the family that had no sporting prowess whatsoever and just what it would be like to grow up in that family.
“I wrote it thinking it would be a funny idea to concentrate on this guy, Duncan, and hoped that Judy might be interested in being part of it, but I thought it would be funny to even make it without her.”
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