Graham Norton is married! £24m presenter ties the knot in Ireland

Graham Norton is married! £24m presenter ties the knot with partner in lavish wedding in Cork – with 120 guests and a performance from Lulu

  • The Irish Examiner reports that the TV star, 59, who is said to be worth £24, had a lavish do in his native west Cork over the weekend with 120 guests in attendance 
  • Guests partied at four star venue Bantry House as they celebrated their union with a private party, with the venue being closed to the public
  • Graham has never revealed his current partner’s identity but previously said his ex-boyfriends have previously ended up ‘loathing’ attending events with him because they hadn’t ‘earned it for themselves’

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Presenter Graham Norton has reportedly got married to his long-term love, who has never been named. 

The Irish Examiner reports that the TV star, 59, who is said to be worth £24, had a lavish do in his native west Cork over the weekend with 120 guests in attendance. 

Guests partied at four star venue Bantry House as they celebrated their union with a private party, with the venue being closed to the public.

Graham Norton has got married! The £24m presenter has reportedly the knot with his partner in a lavish wedding in Cork - with 120 guests and a performance from Lulu (stock image)

Graham Norton has got married! The £24m presenter has reportedly the knot with his partner in a lavish wedding in Cork – with 120 guests and a performance from Lulu (stock image)

Singer Lulu was said to have performed and the site reports that drag queen Panti Bliss performed a DJ set.

The host remains private about his current relationship but he dated Trevor Patterson from 2011-2013. 

He then went out with music marketing consultant Andrew Smith, who he split from in 2015.

That won't have been cheap: Guests partied at four star venue Bantry House as they celebrated their union with a private party, with the venue being closed to guests

That won’t have been cheap: Guests partied at four star venue Bantry House as they celebrated their union with a private party, with the venue being closed to guests

Lavish: According to the website, Bantry House and Garden is a stately home situated on the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland

Lavish: According to the website, Bantry House and Garden is a stately home situated on the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland

Iconic: Singer Lulu was said to have performed and the site reports that drag queen Panti Bliss performed a DJ set

Iconic: Singer Lulu was said to have performed and the site reports that drag queen Panti Bliss performed a DJ set

Graham grew up in Bandon and regularly heads back to west Cork where he has been busy recording his Virgin Radio UK show.  

According to the website, Bantry House and Garden is a stately home situated on the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland. 

‘The House has been home to the Whites, since 1739 and was opened to the public in 1946. 

‘The Estate is a popular wedding and events venue and visitors can explore the formal garden, visit the House, enjoy a picnic basket from our Tearoom, have Afternoon Tea in the Library and stay in the East Wing.’

MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Graham for comment. 

Talking to the Sunday Mirror back in 2015, Graham said that he felt it would be easier to find someone if he was straight, explaining: ‘This will sound sexist but that doesn’t mean it’s any less true.

‘If I were a straight man, my female partner would have a role in the eyes of society. She would be the mother of my children, my hostess, the person on my arm at red carpet events. She would have a defined function. 

‘But that’s not the case if your partner is male. Every man – no matter how young or fey – has something of the alpha in him.’

He added that his ex-boyfriends have previously ended up ‘loathing’ attending events with him because they hadn’t ‘earned it for themselves’.

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