UK: TV Presenter and Bon Vivant Patrick H. Hoy celebrates Mother’s Day twice a year


United Kingdom-based TV Presenter and Bon Vivant Patrick H. Hoy expressed her deep heartfelt feelings of love and affection towards her mother on Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 14, 2023. Also, he shared some facts on how the United Kingdom celebrates Mother’s Day.

United Kingdom-based TV Presenter Bob Vivant Patrick H. Hoy recently took to his social media official handle and shared a long post wishing Mother’s Day to her mother and specially thanked her through this post. Patrick also shared some photographs of his childhood and now with her Mom.


Patrick H. Hoy shared that Even after living in London for 22+ years, he still found it surprising every year that Mother’s Day is celebrated on different days around the world. as in the United Kingdom, it is also known as ‘Mothering Sunday’…and is always the fourth Sunday in Lent…which is usually at some point in March. In America (and over 90 other countries), it is always celebrated on the second Sunday of May.

Patrick Found this culture of celebrating Mother’s Day cool and told how people he got to celebrate Mother’s Day twice a year. He stated, “I feel that’s pretty cool because it means that I get to celebrate my mother TWICE a year and trust me, she’s worth celebrating at least that much each year.”

Patrick, on this second Sunday of May 2023, also asked people to help him with his gorgeous mother – Ann Burns Hoy- wishing him a very Happy Mother’s Day and all the other wonderful mothers across America. Patrick added, “I’ve found that life doesn’t come with a manual when you’re born; instead, it comes with a mother.”

He also found the moment to express his gratitude to her mother and thanked his Mom for being the BEST guide any guy could ask for. As the pictures he showed on his social media, he added, “Your love has been with me since day one…and has steered me across the world…and for that, I am forever grateful to you. I love you very much and hope you enjoy celebrating everything YOU!”

At last, Talking about his deep heartfelt emotions, Patrick shared that he wished his mother and he could be together in person today, but please know that they will raise a glass or two of bubbles in her honour.
And be raising a glass to all of the other influential women in his life today, “you mean the world to me, and I love you all so much”, said Patrick.

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