Alan Carr’s ex-husband Paul Drayton shares hilarious clip of comedian at Eurovision party
Alan Carr and ex-husband Paul Drayton were in high spirits as they reunited for a Eurovision Song Contest night on Saturday.
The 45-year-old comedian and his former girlfriend had been together for 14 years but announced their split in January following Paul’s drunk driving conviction.
But they enjoyed each other’s company again over the weekend, with Paul sharing a hilarious video of Alan dressed in a wig and flowing white caftan.
Dressing up: Alan Carr and ex-husband Paul Drayton got together for a Eurovision Song Contest night on Saturday when Alan dressed up as Nana Mouskouri, who entered Greece in 1963
Funnyman Alan could be seen stumbling around the room in the clip as Paul filmed his rambunctious actions.
Paul wrote “#nanamisscarri” on his Alan Instagram Story, referring to the suit as a tribute to Nana Mouskouri who competed for Greece in 1963.
He added on his post: ‘#HESNUTSBUTILOVEHIM’.
Exes: Alan and Paul married in 2018, his close friend Adele was ordained so she could lead the ceremony, but they split in January this year (pictured in 2019)
Laughs: The couple enjoyed each other’s company again over the weekend, with Paul sharing a hilarious video of Alan dressed in a wig and flowing white caftan
Playful: Funnyman Alan could be seen stumbling around the room in the clip as Paul filmed his rambunctious actions
It comes after the couple reunited to spend “one last afternoon” with their beloved red setter dog Bev before he passed away last week.
The couple, who had been together for fourteen years, announced their separation in January following Paul’s drunk driving conviction.
But Paul revealed the duo comforted their pet together before making the “hardest decision to do our last act of love and let our Bev go”.
RIP: Alan (pictured) and Paul Drayton got together last week to spend ‘one last afternoon’ with their dog Bev before he passed away
So sad: The TV presenter responded to the post’s comments by adding several red hearts while British Got Talent judge Amanda Holden also wrote a sad face emoji
Taking to Instagram to share several photos, Paul shared a long, heartfelt post breaking the news.
He wrote: “It was with broken hearts that Alan and I had to make the hardest decision to do our last act of love and let our Bev go.”
He continued, “She has been the best companion I could have hoped for. She has been my rock and my savior many times and I can’t begin to tell you how much she will be missed.
Happier times: The former couple got back together as they spent the last moments of their dog’s life together (pictured Paul Drayton)
“We spent her last afternoon in the garden of my new home, laughing, talking and remembering the joy she brought to our lives, which I wanted her to feel and share.
‘For all pet owners, hug them, hug them tight and tell them you love them. RIP my angel.’
He ended the caption: “Love always, (Strict) Daddy.”
The TV presenter echoed the post’s comments adding several red hearts.
British Got Talent judge Amanda Holden also wrote a sad face emoji.
And Alan himself posted heartbroken emojis in the comments.
Alan and Paul tied the knot in 2018, with his close friend Adele ordained so she could lead the ceremony.
The couple’s split was announced in January with a spokesperson saying in a statement: “After 13 years as a couple and three years of marriage, Alan Carr and Paul Drayton would like to announce that they are separating.
“They have jointly and amicably made the difficult decision to divorce and separate. We ask that their privacy be respected at this sensitive time.
Alan has previously talked about dogs Bev and Joyce, telling Now To Love the foirmwer couple spoiled their rotten pooches, often taking them on road trips up the Brighton coast.
“Our days revolve around dogs,” he said at the time. “We are like those parents who travel across the country so their children can go to the best school.”
Paul and his mother feature on the show Yap, Yap, Yap, a lot of Alan is his joy.
He said: “I told them that if they wanted all these beautiful things to continue – fancy meals, beautiful shoes, mum’s winter garden – then they have to be on my show!”
So nice: Taking to Instagram to share several photos, Paul shared a long heartfelt message announcing the sad news