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‘People who won’t kneel at an altar will happily stand at a flag’: Patrick Kielty on the challenges of a united Ireland and why his new show is his most personal

A youthful looking Patrick Kielty, basking in bright sunlight, pops up on Zoom. “Are we both doing the bedroom dance?” he inquires. He is sitting in what looks like an attic bedroom, a scrupulously tidy one, and jokes that a Lego or dinosaur-wielding child could burst through the door at any moment.

long with his wife, TV presenter Cat Deeley, and their two sons, Milo and James, Kielty has recently moved into a new house in London, and he is still getting his bearings.

https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-features/people-who-wont-kneel-at-an-altar-will-happily-stand-at-a-flag-patrick-kielty-on-the-challenges-of-a-united-ireland-and-why-his-new-show-is-his-most-personal-41571674.html ‘People who won’t kneel at an altar will happily stand at a flag’: Patrick Kielty on the challenges of a united Ireland and why his new show is his most personal

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