Alan Carr seen shaking Hands with guy companion after Paul Drayton split

Alan Carr seen shaking Hands with guy companion after Paul Drayton split
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Alan Carr was seen leaving a night out in London with a companion.

The 45-year-old comic was seen looking cosy with his buddy while having fun with pals in Soho.

The two were spotted smiling and conversing as they sought to hail a cab on the road, holding hands at various times.

Alan wore a pale pink jacket over a shirt, grey pants, and his signature heavy-framed black sunglasses.

His friend, though, looked smart in an enormous leather jacket and matching trousers, with modest gold earring and ring.

The comedian and his hubby separated earlier this year after 13 years together and three years married.

After three years of marriage, the former couple announced their divorce in January via PA news agency.

The comedian and his hubby separated earlier this year after 13 years together and three years married.

After three years of marriage, the former couple announced their divorce in January via PA news agency.

Alan and Paul met over a decade ago and married in 2018, with close friend Adele paying the bill.

"Alan Carr married his long-term boyfriend Paul Drayton in a modest private ceremony in LA last week," a spokeswoman stated at the time.

This summer, the couple will have a grand party with all their relatives and friends back in the UK. They are both overjoyed."

Paul was arrested in 2021 for crashing into a police car while under the influence of alcohol.

"It's been challenging on Paul throughout lockdown," Alan stated in 2020.

"'Oh, shall we fetch a bottle?'" and I say, "No rosé wine for us."

"I'm really proud of him," remarked the former Chatty Man host.

We were breaking open a bottle of rosé because it was Monday.

"We lost control." "Sometimes the celebration has to stop," Paul said with a giggle.

Alan's ex-husband Paul Drayton recently finished treatment after avoiding a 14-week prison term in January.

Paul pled guilty to the charges and was sentenced to roughly three months in prison, but he was freed after just two days.

Paul was sentenced to 12 weeks in jail, suspended for 24 months.

On Tuesday, February 15, Paul took to Instagram to answer questions regarding his stint in recovery.

It took him 28 days to finish the whole therapy, he informed his followers, “but in between I went to hospital for a surgery, court, and prison.”

Paul underwent skull surgery in December after doctors discovered a possibly catastrophic blood clot on his brain.

One of Paul's 11,500 Instagram followers inquired if rehab benefited him.
“A challenging question,” he started. The treatment has helped me a lot and I'm determined to stay sober.
A third individual asked Paul what the finest and worst parts of rehab were.
“The nicest thing is knowing you're in there and safe,” he said. "Hearing about other people's issues is the worst."
“It's terrifying at times,” Paul continued.

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