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Alan Carr's husband Paul Drayton posts shocking photo of himself with black eye and tells fan 'we had a bad row'

ALAN Carr’s husband has posted a photograph of himself with a black eye and told a fan: “We had a bad row.”

Paul Drayton’s snap, shared on Instagram, was deleted after an hour.


Last night comedian and chat show host Alan, 45, insisted he was not responsible for the injury.

He said Paul, 49 — who went into rehab following their wedding in 2018 — had gone back on the booze.

Alan told The Sun: “While I was away filming on location the past few weeks, Paul fell off the wagon and started drinking again.

“When I arrived back home from Wales, Paul was covered in scratches and bruises from a drinking binge.

“We are now working together to get the help he needs to get better which is our number one priority right now.”

When asked by one of his followers what happened, Paul had replied: “We had a bad row,” with a crying emoji.

He did not specify who he had been arguing with or how he sustained the injury.

'THIS IS WHAT ALCOHOLISM DOES TO YOU'

Three days earlier Paul had shared a photo of him looking dishevelled with vomit on his T-shirt.

He captioned it: “This is what alcoholism does to you. My gorgeous husband took this pic.”

Celebrity friends rallied around, with Carol Vorderman writing: “We love you Paul,” and Tamzin Outhwaite adding: “When was this? Are you OK?”

Alan and Paul wed at pal Adele’s Los Angeles home and they have now been together for more than 14 years.

Alan admitted last August that Paul had been tempted to start drinking again in lockdown, but had resisted.

He said: “It’s been tough for Paul. He’s been saying, ‘Oh, shall we get a bottle?’ and I say, ‘No, we’re not getting any rosé wine in’. He’s been so good and I’m so proud of him.”

The funnyman first went teetotal to support Paul, but does drink now.

He added: “I enjoy a drink and I have it on special occasions now, it’s a real treat for me.”

The couple live on a Kent farm and Alan is gearing up for a stand-up tour starting in Canterbury in three weeks.


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