Alan Carr and his ex-husband Paul Drayton enjoyed some quality time together over the weekend as they watched Eurovision today.

Despite their shock split this year, the pair have remained good friends and in videos posted on social media, they were having a wonderful time as they joined the nation in watching the UK's entry Sam Ryder finish in second place.

Paul, 50, shared some hilarious clips of the Chatty Man star parading around in a white kaftan-style dress paired with a long brunette wig.

Paul captioned the Instagram story: "#nanamisscarri", referring to the Greek artist Nana Mouskouri, who entered Eurovision in 1963. Alan, 45, was paying homage to the musician with his outfit.

Paul added: "Bit wobbly on the dog ramp" before tagging the video: "HESNUTSBUTILOVEHIM."

The comedian split with the party planner in January this year, with the couple releasing a join statement to confirm the end of their three year marriage.

At the time, Paul was returning to rehab and later on, was sentenced to time in prison after driving his car while four times over the legal drink-drive limit.

The official announcement explained: "After 13 years as a couple and three years of marriage, Alan Carr and Paul Drayton would like to announce they are separating.

"They have jointly and amicably made the difficult decision to divorce and go their separate ways.

"We request that their privacy is respected at this sensitive time."

Alan appeared on ITV's Lorraine not long after the split was announced and when asked, he said: "Oh me and Paul, 14 years-"

"That's a long time," Lorraine joked while Alan joked: "Which in gay years, is 207 years!"

He shared: "I wrote the tour, and then our marriage broke down during Covid, because it was so stressful, everything …

"And then I was going on stage and I was just like, 'Well this doesn't make sense, this doesn't make sense.'

"So we're divorced now, he's excited about the future, I'm excited about the future.

"We're still always going to be friends because we've been through so much together."

Alan has joked about the split while on tour and told the audience at a gig in Northampton that his ex-husband was complaining about the quality of the bed sheets.

Alan joked: "He rang me up complaining; ‘There’s a hole in the wall. The blankets itchy. The pillow is thin'. I said 'it’s a prison sentence not an episode of Four In A Bed'."

Alan described his tour as a form of therapy, as he wrote a lot of it from the heart during emotional times.

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