Jeremy Kyle meets his boyfriend Graham Stanier at the BBQ for his 55th birthday

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Jeremy Kyle celebrated his 55th birthday with boyfriend Graham Stanier at a barbecue.Jeremy and Graham have remained good friends after working together on the now-chopped The Jeremy Kyle Show.

The co-stars of Jeremy Kyle Show were seen joking in a funny photo shared on Instagram on Monday.

They prepared a storm on the barbecue on an overcast day to celebrate the TV presenter’s big birthday.

The pair of televisions were making barbecue chicken skewers and they had steaks on the side to be cooked later in the evening.



Jeremy Kyle meets his boyfriend Graham Stanier at the BBQ for his 55th birthday

They were joined at the socially distant barbecue by friends in the garden.

Graham marked the birthday of his former co-star with the animated photo on his social media account.

He wrote, “Happy birthday JK #birthdaybbq. ”

Comments rolled in for Jeremy to wish him a happy birthday on D-Day.



Jeremy and Graham have remained good friends after working together on the now-chopped The Jeremy Kyle Show

Just a few days ago, a court heard the tragic guest of Jeremy Kyle, Steve Dymond, who died of a morphine overdose and a heart problem.

Area coroner Pegg told the court: ” [Dymond] died at his home in Portsmouth. The medical cause of death indicated is an overdose of morphine and left ventricular enlargement. ”

Dymond, 63, was found dead at his city home on May 9 of last year after taking a lie test on Jeremy Kyle.

Officials at Portsmouth Coroner’s Court are expected to start investigating what happened, but the pre-investigation hearing, which was held remotely, was adjourned due to technical problems.

ITV pulled Jeremy Kyle off the air and later the long series was canceled in light of Steve’s tragic death.

ITV CEO Carolyn McCall said in a statement, “Given the severity of recent events, we have decided to end production of the Jeremy Kyle Show.

“The Jeremy Kyle Show had a loyal following and was produced by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the right time for the end of the show.

“Everyone in ITV’s thoughts and sympathies is with Steve Dymond’s family and friends …”

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