Patrick Kielty & Cat Deeley announce birth of their son

Cat Deeley and husband Patrick Kielty have announced the birth of their son. The TV presenter said she was "beyond delighted" the couple had welcomed their first child into the world last week, adding they "couldn't be happier".

Evening Standard, 20th January 2016

Patrick Kielty expecting first child with Cat Deeley

Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty have announced they are expecting their first child together.

ITV News, 4th September 2015

Patrick Kielty interview

As Patrick Kielty brings his stand-up tour back to Northern Ireland, the comedy star gives one of his most revealing interviews ever. He talks about his marriage to Cat Deeley, and other topics.

Maureen Coleman, Belfast Telegraph, 13th March 2015

Patrick Kielty weds Cat Deeley in secret Rome ceremony

Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty have reportedly married in Italy.

Daily Mail, 30th September 2012

Patrick Kielty: I'm not engaged to Cat Deeley

Patrick Kielty has rubbished rumours that he is set to wed his TV presenter girlfriend Cat Deeley.

The Sun, 19th August 2012

Cat Deeley reveals joy at romance with Patrick Kielty

Cat Deeley has spoken for the first time about her romance with Patrick Kielty, saying: "I have finally seen the light."

Mark Jefferies, Daily Record, 6th June 2012

Patrick Kielty confirms relationship with Cat Deeley

They are possibly one of the most unlikely couples to come out of the showbiz world for a long time. But last night, after refusing to comment on rumours of a romance, Patrick Kielty confirmed his relationship with Cat Deeley.

Sarah Bull, Daily Mail, 21st February 2012

Another week, another queasy mix of comedy and unpleasantness. The latter comes courtesy of a ]Keith Chegwin appearance; he turns up to Warwick's showbiz flat-warming party and makes a contribution to a discussion about suicide (with Les Dennis and Shaun Williamson, both no strangers to the Gervais/Merchant world) that you'll wish you'd never heard. Short of getting a Naked Jungle DVD for Christmas, it's hard to think of anything worse.

Luckily, before that, there's some comedy that doesn't rely on celebrity input, including edgy scenes with Warwick's love rival Ian (Matthew Holness, underplaying beautifully) and a turn by Cat Deeley as an unlikely paid-for guest.

David Butcher, Radio Times, 15th December 2011