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‘She’s coming back alive’: Louie Spence ‘dries out’ his late mother’s ashes on cooker after remains ‘turned to sludge’ in garden due to rainfall as he boasts of her ‘lovely consistency’


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Louie Spence took to Instagram on Sunday to share footage of himself ‘drying out’ his late mother’s ashes on his Aga cooker.

Speaking over the footage, the TV star, 52, explained that his beloved mum Pat’s remains had ‘turned to sludge’ in his garden after rainfall and running his fingers through the ashes gushed of their ‘consistency’.

Louie – whose mother passed away in 2013 – even joked Pat was ‘coming back alive’ before adding: ‘Not literally, into a lovely consistency.’

New footage: Louie Spence, 52, took to Instagram on Sunday to share footage of himself 'drying out' his late mother's ashes on his Aga cooker

New footage: Louie Spence, 52, took to Instagram on Sunday to share footage of himself 'drying out' his late mother's ashes on his Aga cooker

New footage: Louie Spence, 52, took to Instagram on Sunday to share footage of himself ‘drying out’ his late mother’s ashes on his Aga cooker

The talented dancer explained in full: ‘Mum drying out on the AGA. A lot of you are asking: ”Why was she was so wet?”

‘She was on a plinth in the garden. It was sealed but obviously the seal broke and all the water got in.

‘One thing she didn’t like was swimming and she definitely didn’t like getting her hair wet.

‘As you can see she turned from sludge – she’s coming back alive, not literally – into a lovely consistency.

'Sludge': Speaking over the footage, the TV star explained that his beloved mum Pat's remains had 'turned to sludge' in his garden after rainfall

'Sludge': Speaking over the footage, the TV star explained that his beloved mum Pat's remains had 'turned to sludge' in his garden after rainfall

‘Sludge’: Speaking over the footage, the TV star explained that his beloved mum Pat’s remains had ‘turned to sludge’ in his garden after rainfall

Risqué: Louie - whose mother passed away in 2013 - even joked Pat was 'coming back alive' before adding: 'Not literally, into a lovely consistency'

Risqué: Louie - whose mother passed away in 2013 - even joked Pat was 'coming back alive' before adding: 'Not literally, into a lovely consistency'

Risqué: Louie – whose mother passed away in 2013 – even joked Pat was ‘coming back alive’ before adding: ‘Not literally, into a lovely consistency’

‘Then we will be able to pot her back in her urn. So yes, day number three – drying out mum.’

On Saturday, Louie had posted another short clip of his mother’s remains on his cooker, revealing he had doused them in whisky.

He told his social media followers: ‘So she’s had a drop of whisky.

‘Instead of having her on top of the AGA we’ve put her on a low heat to dry her out.

Consistency: Running his fingers through his mother's ashes, the star added: 'As you can see she turned from sludge - she's coming back alive, not literally - into a lovely consistency'

Consistency: Running his fingers through his mother's ashes, the star added: 'As you can see she turned from sludge - she's coming back alive, not literally - into a lovely consistency'

Consistency: Running his fingers through his mother’s ashes, the star added: ‘As you can see she turned from sludge – she’s coming back alive, not literally – into a lovely consistency’

Saturday: On Saturday, Louie had posted another short clip of his mother's remains on his cooker, revealing he had doused them in whiskey

Saturday: On Saturday, Louie had posted another short clip of his mother's remains on his cooker, revealing he had doused them in whiskey

Saturday: On Saturday, Louie had posted another short clip of his mother’s remains on his cooker, revealing he had doused them in whiskey

‘She’s been about 1,000 degrees when she was burnt the first time so I think it’ll be fine and she won’t know because she’ll be p**sed from the whisky we just put in there.

He added: ‘She’ll think she’s on holiday somewhere.’

Louis first removed his mother’s remains from the garden on Friday, explaining over a clip of Pat’s urn: ‘So were moving so we took mum out of this thing we had her in, so we put in her old pot that is about 70 years old.

‘We haven’t got any vodka so we’ll give her some whisky. She’ll like that.’

Louise announced the passing of his mother in January 2013, writing on Twitter after being forced to miss a pantomime performance: ‘I’m sorry for all who went to Panto @ Milton Keynes today & I wasn’t on, but my Mum has just Passed & I was with my Family.x’

The former Pineapple Dance Studios star was brought up by his mother and father on a council estate in Essex.

Louie had a close bond with his mother and was even shown getting Botox with Pat during an episode of his former Sky1 reality show.

Louie’s parents remortgaged their newly bought council house to send him to the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts to pursue his dance aspirations as a child.

Moving house: Louis first removed his mother's remains from the garden on Friday, explaining over a clip of Pat's urn: 'So were moving so we took mum out'

Moving house: Louis first removed his mother's remains from the garden on Friday, explaining over a clip of Pat's urn: 'So were moving so we took mum out'

Moving house: Louis first removed his mother’s remains from the garden on Friday, explaining over a clip of Pat’s urn: ‘So were moving so we took mum out’

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