“He’s the strongest person in the world and there’s no space for fear in his life. He gets up every day and he feels the most blessed man in the world, and that gift he gives to other people.
“What a gift it is for us to see how to live in the midst of what must be terrifying. Millions of us can learn from Barry.”
After first battling and beating plasmacytoma, a cancer of the immune sysyem in 2010, eight years later in 2017 the TV star and builder learned it returned as multi myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells in the bone marrow.
Barry, who is father to seven-year-old twins Bennett and Arabella with wife Leonie Carol Tobler previously told The Daily Telegraph: 'I celebrate every day... None of us are in the clear health-wise.'
'I have been through some barrels over the past 12 months, but I am putting them behind me.'