Andrew McGinley thanks public for their support following his children's anniversary 3 months ago

Andrew McGinley thanks public for their support following his children's anniversary

Two years have passed since the devastating death of his three kids.

Andrew McGinley has thanked the public for their constant support since the death of his children.

Yesterday marked the second anniversary of Darragh, Conor, and Carla's deaths.

The three children were killed by their mother Deirdre Morley on January 24th, 2020.

Since their tragic deaths, the public has been supporting grieving father Andrew.

In a piece for the Sunday World, Andrew thanked the public for their never-ending support and encouragement.

The dad-of-three he hasn't been truthful about how he is feeling.

"Ah, sure I'm grand. I'm fine, still standing at least. I'm alright, powered on by three wee bundles of energy. These are some of the fibs I've told people in the past two years since January 24, 2020.

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He shared, "I'm sorry, but I don't think any of you want to know the truth about how I really am."

"Within hours of Conor, Darragh, and Carla dying I began to think about the promises that I had made to them that I hadn't gotten round to keeping," the dad shared.

The dad has been running Conor's Clips, Snowman for Carla, and As Darragh Did in honour of his kids.

He said he wants to help keep their memories alive through these projects.

"It's up to me to keep their memories alive"

"None of this works, however, unless people support us. I'm so thankful for everyone's support to allow these legacy projects to happen and succeed," he shared.

"It's up to me to keep their memories alive and to let you all know that you once shared this world with these three magnificent kids, Conor, Darragh, and Carla."

Last week, Andrew and his wife Deirdre Morley confirmed they were suing the HSE separately.

The dad said it isn't about the money.

“I know every graphic detail of how they died, but what I don’t know is the why," Andrew explained to The Irish Mirror.

He said the case isn't about the money. He wants to stop this from happening to another family.