Voiced by comedian Paddy McGuinness, the trophy sits perched on a mantelpiece surrounded by photographs of some of his famous friends.
The cheeky trophy spills the beans on life with the Beckham’s and their love of him – he is a camera after all! He also shows off his flexibility in doing the “Mobot” – a trick he learned from his time living with Sir Mo Farah – not bad for a 65 year old!
But it’s Andy Murray, he yearns for – after three years together the pair did become very close.
Trophy said: “I thought it was about time I opened up about my life, as I’ve experienced some beautiful moments with my companions over the last 65 years. I do miss having breakfast with Andy but I’m looking forward to meeting my new pal on the 16th December.”
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