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‘We’ve been through a lot together’ Hairy Bikers star Dave addresses Si’s health struggles

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Dave Myers, 64, appeared on The Guardian podcast Comfort Eating with Grace Dent yesterday.The star makes up one half of the famous travelling chef duo, the Hairy Bikers, alongside fellow food enthusiast and friend Si King, 55.

MasterChef regular Grace, 48, has hosted plenty of famous guests on her podcast, where they discuss their favourite comfort foods before delving a bit deeper into their personal lives.

After a heartfelt discussion about Dave’s tough adolescence as a young carer, Grace went on to ask him about his relationship with fellow Hairy Biker Si, who he’s been on the road with for nearly 20 years.

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