Graham Norton is one of the most popular chat show hosts in the world as he interviews the biggest names in Hollywood.
The TV presenter is best known for his eponymous show, his iconic performance as hyperactive priest Noel Furlong on Father Ted and his bestselling novels.
However, away from the small screen, not much is known about Graham’s personal life.
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Is Graham in a relationship?
Although there were reports in 2018 that he was dating a member of the Graham Norton Show crew, nothing has been confirmed.
The 59-year-old has maintained his single status as he continues to keep quiet about any romance in his life.
Who has Graham dated before?
The Clondalkin native has had quite a few public relations during his career.
He dated Trevor Patterson for two years before announcing their split in 2013.
Graham then dated Andrew Smith, a music marketing consultant, before going their separate ways in 2015.
He shared that the reason his romances broke down is due to his level of fame.
Graham explained that his partners felt like they had no role when he showed up at events.
In 2015 he said: “It will sound sexist but that doesn’t mean it’s any less true.
“If I was 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 definite function. But that’s not the case if your partner is a man,’ he continued, telling the Sunday Mirror.
The BBC star added: “Every man – no matter how young or fairy – has something of the alpha in him.”
He explained that his former partners ended up “hating” going to events because they didn’t “deserve it for themselves”.
How does Graham feel about being single?
Graham shared that he loves being single and has no plans to move in with anyone again.
He explained that as you get older you have your own rules with him, preferring to live with him for the rest of his life.
He added that this means there will be no arguments over badly folded napkins, as little fights like this can cause marriages to break up.
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