The Pointless presenter and comedian and actor have been dating since 2021.
The comedian is not a fan of the former health secretary.
The star said it 'wasn't appropriate' for him to be paid for presenting the first few series due to his behind-the-scenes role.
The monarch once played the game with Alexander Armstrong.
After 12 years in the chair, Richard Osman is saying goodbye to teatime quiz show 'Pointless'.
The TV star made an emotional speech about his luck in having an easier life than his ancestors.
Osman announced in April that he was stepping down.
The 'Pointless' star and the stand-up comic began a relationship in summer 2021 and are now set to marry.
The author of bestselling crime novel The Thursday Murder Club took part in 'Who Do You Think You Are?' where he learned his novel mirrored his ancestor's real life.
The family history series returns with a new list of stars searching for ancestry secrets.
The presenter and author has been with the quiz show since the start.
The star spilled the beans on Twitter.
The homophobic slur was read out by a contestant as a seven-letter answer to the word quiz, for which he was awarded the points.
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The presenter said the cheating is 'non-stop'.
There's been a mixed reaction among the famous faces, although many are expressing support for the couple.
Ben Cohen was left with his head in his hands after he fluffed the name of Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell on a celebrity edition of the BBC game show. Ben, 37, who competed on Strictly and is expecting a child with dancer Kristina Rihanoff, 38, made the awkward gaffe when host Alexander Armstrong asked for the names of TV talent show judges. Ben yelled he wanted to go home after his blunder.