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26 November 2019 14:40

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Man who claims to be Maurice Gibb's lovechild says that he would love to connect with real family

A MUSICIAN insisted a DNA test proved he is late Bee Gee Maurice Gibb's secret son on This Morning today - leaving Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield stunned. Nick Endacott said he uploaded his DNA results to an online ancestry database and found a match in Maurice's son Adam. 5 Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have been left stunned after a guest insisted he is late Bee Gee Maurice Gibb's secret SON Holly, 39, looked sympathetic and baffled at the same time, as Nick opened up about his story on Tuesday's episode of the ITV programme. He said: "Recently I put my DNA on ancestry.co.uk and Maurice's son Adam had done the same thing. Asked how he feels about his findings, Nick, 52, said: "It is overwhelming actually.

"I don't know how they feel, whether Adam put his DNA up there on purpose to help me, but I want to publicly thank him for doing that." 5 Nick says he would love to connect with the family, but they have refused to engage Credit: refer to caption. The musician then claimed that Maurice's widow, Yvonne, initially said she would be happy for a DNA test to be carried out but has since withdrew permission. Nick also said he has written three letters to Maurice's brother Barry, begging for help as he is the only living brother. A man who says he's the biological son of Bee Gees star Maurice Gibb following the results of a DNA test, says he would love to connect with his 'real family', who are yet to comment on the claims. Nick Endacott, 51, from Hove, East Sussex, revealed last week that a saliva swab sent to Ancestry.co.uk came back as a '100 per cent match' to Maurice's son Adam.

Appearing on This Morning today, Nick publicly thanked his alleged half-brother Adam for putting his DNA results on the website, and says he 'overwhelmed' by how 'complete' he feels now he knows who his father is. Nick Endacott, 51, from Hove, East Sussex, claims to be the biological son of Maurice Gibb and appeared on This Morning today Maurice's family are yet to comment, and Maurice's widow Yvonne refused permission for a DNA test 'I don't know how they actually feel about it - whether Adam put his DNA up there to help me or he did it for another reason. After his birth in 1968, Nick's biological mother Patti Nolder gave her son to a children's home in Woolwich, South London After his birth in 1968, Patti gave her son to a children's home in Woolwich, South London, where he was registered as Aaron Conway, but he was given a new name after his adoption. When the pair reunited decades later, she told Nick that his father was Chris Andrews, frontman of the 1960s rock band Fleur de Lys, but a DNA test in 2009 came back negative. Nick says he would 'love' to connect with his real family and thanked his half brother Adam But he was given a new lead, when Patti's sister told him that Maurice Gibb was in fact his biological father.

But Maurice's widow Yvonne refused permission for a DNA test, leaving Nick unable to confirm the theory until now. He went on to explain that he feels 'overwhelmed' now he knows the identity of his biological father. The Bee Gees, comprising brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, have sold more than 120 million records worldwide, making them one of the world's best-selling artists of all time and only just behind Elvis Presley, The Beatles and Michael Jackson. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were stunned when a guest on today's programme revealed a DNA test 'proved' he's the son of Bee Gees star Maurice Gibbs. Nick claims he's the son of Maurice Gibbs (Picture: ITV) Maurice Gibb (left) is part of the infamous band the Bee Gees (Picture: Getty) If you've got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page - we'd love to hear from you.

A person who says he is the organic son of Bee Gees star Maurice Gibb following the outcomes of a DNA take a look at, says he would love to attach together with his 'actual household', who're but to touch upon the claims. Nick Endacott, 51, from Hove, East Sussex, revealed final week saliva swab despatched to Ancestry.co.uk got here again as a '100 per cent match' to Maurice's son Adam. Showing on This Morning in the present day, Nick publicly thanked his alleged half-brother Adam for placing his DNA outcomes on the web site, and says he 'overwhelmed' by how 'full' he feels now he is aware of who his father is. Nick Endacott, 51, from Hove, East Sussex, claims to be the organic son of Maurice Gibb and appeared on This Morning in the present day Maurice's household are but to remark, and Maurice's widow Yvonne refused permission for a DNA take a look at After his beginning in 1968, Nick's organic mom Patti Nolder gave her son to a youngsters's dwelling in Woolwich, South London After his beginning in 1968, Patti gave her son to a youngsters's dwelling in Woolwich, South London, the place he was registered as Aaron Conway, however he was given a brand new title after his adoption. When the pair reunited many years later, she advised Nick that his father was Chris Andrews, frontman of the 1960s rock band Fleur de Lys, however a DNA take a look at in 2009 got here again unfavourable.

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Nick says he would 'love' to attach together with his actual household and thanked his half brother Adam However Maurice's widow Yvonne refused permission for a DNA take a look at, leaving Nick unable to substantiate the idea till now. The Bee Gees have been comprised of brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. The Bee Gees, comprising brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, have offered greater than 120 million data worldwide, making them one of many world's best-selling artists of all time and solely simply behind Elvis Presley, The Beatles and Michael Jackson. This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were stunned when a guest on today's programme revealed a DNA test 'proved' he's the son of Bee Gee's star Maurice Gibbs. Nick Endacott joined the ITV programme where he explained how his quest to learn who his dad was led him to discover he's a 100% match to Maurice's son Adam. Having been adopted as a baby, Nick began his lineage journey back in his early 20s, however it wasn't until he met his birth mum Patty where he started thoroughly searching for answers – which took nine years to get. He told the presenters that he'd recently put my DNA on an ancestry website and Maurice's son Adam had done the same thing. 'It's come back saying we're [him and Adam] 100% half-siblings and that could only happen if we share one parent,' Nick said. When asked whether he'd like the Gibbs family to make contact, Nick replied: 'I'd love to connect because they're all musicians like me. If you've got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we'd love to hear from you.