Graham Norton thanks the ‘really supportive’ West Cork locals for keeping the wedding a secret

TV presenter Graham has thanked West Cork locals for keeping his summer wedding “a secret”.

In July, Norton celebrated his marriage to husband Jonothan (Jono) McLeod with an intimate party attended by around 120 guests.

Speaking on Australian morning TV show The Project, the Bandon native said: “Everyone has been really supportive of us.

When asked how his wedding went, Norton joked, “It was awful.”

“We had a big party in West Cork and everyone was really supportive and kept it a secret but people were excited because you know who might be there and at one point Adele was spotted without makeup at the local supermarket ,” he added.

The red carpet was rolled out at Bantry House for a lavish blessing ceremony between Norton, 59, and his partner as they celebrated their union in beauty town West Cork. The venue was closed to the public so the BAFTA winner could enjoy a private party with his closest family and friends.

The following day, revelers gathered at Norton’s vacation home in Ahakista, where a number of large marquees were set up on the grounds for the second day of the party.

Norton grew up in Bandon and is a regular visitor to West Cork, where he recorded his UK Virgin Radio show over the summer.

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The five-time BAFTA winner has also turned to the literary world in recent years with his latest novel, Forever Home. A TV dramatization of his first novel, Holding, starring Cork’s Siobhán McSweeney, aired in early 2022.

Norton is currently on a book tour for Forever Home and told BBC Radio 4 that married life is “going well so far”.

“It would be terrible if it wasn’t at that stage, just a few months later, I’d like to think even I could make it a few months,” he added.

“I’m part of that generation of gay people who assumed it would never happen. Well first of all it’s extraordinary that it can happen, I mean I’ve never given up hope of finding the one. If it was a surprise, it was a pleasant surprise.” Graham Norton thanks the ‘really supportive’ West Cork locals for keeping the wedding a secret

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