Rylan and Dan met through Big Brother (Picture: S Meddle/ITV)
Rylan Clark-Neal has reportedly broken up from his husband Dan Neal.
The pair are said to have called time on their relationship, which started after they met through their Big Brother connection.
The split comes after fans voiced their concern after Rylan pulled out of hosting Eurovision due to illness, and went silent on social media.
He’s also been absent from his BBC Radio 2 show for several weeks.
‘They don’t want to discuss it in public and a bit of time off is probably for the best for now,’ a source told The Sun.
‘It’s one of those things. All those close to them wish them all the best.’
Here’s everything you need to know about Rylan and Dan’s relationship.
How did they meet?
The pair first met in 2013, when Dan was a housemate in Big Brother 14, and Rylan was the host of Bit on the Side.
It was during the exit interview that they first met, and there was clearly a spark between them as they started dating not long after.
The couple first met in 2013 (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV)
They got engaged the following year, when Dan popped the question during a trip to Paris.
Rylan wrote on social media at the time: ‘Pleased to say we’re engaged. Thank you for all your lovely messages. Myself and @DanNealOfficial are very happy xxx’
How long have they been married?
Following their engagement, Rylan and Dan got married in 2015 – so they’ve been married for six years.
The wedding was a star-studded celebration that was reported to include famous faces such as Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford, Katie Price, Amy Childs, Claire Richards, as well as Matt and Emma Willis on the guest list.
Despite keeping the nuptials on the down low, Rylan later revealed to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Scofield on This Morning that they had 10 bridesmaids and the grooms wore matching suits.
However, not all went to plan, with Rylan previously telling Louis Theroux on his Grounded podcast that a wedding guest had sold details of their secret event to the press.
Telling the journalist he ‘saw a Tweet saying, “Rylan’s getting married today”‘, he added: ‘It turned out to be a guest at the wedding had told the press to get a payout.
‘It turned out to be someone within the industry [who already had] money, just to get themselves in the paper.’
While he wouldn’t reveal the culprit, he said: ‘I’ve never said… and I won’t, but she knows!’
Credit: Original article published here.