Kieron Richardson and his husband Carl Hyland became parents to twins one month ago. The Hollyoaks actor announced the news with an adorable photo of their hospital bands, announcing their names too - Chase and Phoebe-Rae Hyland-Richardson, who were born via a surrogate. Throughout their surrogate's pregnancy, Kieron, 31, and Carl kept a video log for Channel 4 documentary Raised By Queers.
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The Hollyoaks actor, who came third in this year's Dancing On Ice, announced his sexuality live on This Morning as he revealed a new soap storyline will see his character start a homosexual relationship. Kieron, who plays Ste Hay in the Channel 4 soap, said most of his family and friends already knew he was gay but it was the first time he had said it publicly. But it wasn't about that.
Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson has opened up about his coming out story on the soap's new podcast, Don't Filter Feelings. Kieron, who has played Ste Hay on the Channel 4 soap sincerevealed that he never thought he'd be publicly speaking about his sexuality just a few years after leaving school, where he admits "all I wanted to do was hide it from everybody". But a stint on Dancing on Ice infollowed by his Hollyoaks character Ste's own coming out storyline prompted him to publicly confirm that he was gay during an interview on This Morning.
Richardson, who came third in this year's Dancing On Ice, announced his sexuality live on This Morning as he revealed a new soap storyline will see his character start a homosexual relationship. The actor, who plays Ste Hay in the Channel 4 soap, said most of his family and friends already knew he was gay but it was the first time he had said it publicly. But it wasn't about that.
The year-old star who came third on this year's Dancing on Ice announced his sexuality live on This Morning as he revealed a new storyline that will see his character start a homosexual relationship. Manchester-born, Richardson who plays Ste Hay in the Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks admitted that most of his family and friends already knew of his sexuality but it was the first time he had said it publicly. He said: "When I was on Dancing on Ice, newspapers speculated and tried to say we kind of know and if you want to say you can do your story with us and get it out there.
The soap star was at the receiving end of an online attack after he was mistaken with a footballer who has the same name. The Hollyoaks star was subject to the online attack after being confused with his namesake footballer Kieran Richardson. After the soccer player left Fulham and joined Aston Villa, fans flocked to the social networking site to interact with the sportsman.
In Channel 4's newest promo, the year-old can be seen kissing his husband Carl Hyland, before chowing down on a turkey leg and saying: "I'm not homophobic, but do we have to have gay kissing at dinnertime? Entitled Complaints Welcome, the campaign will feature some of the broadcaster's most recognisable talents "as you've never seen them before" as they address — and basically, laugh in the face of — real criticisms they've faced while doing their jobs. Related: Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson announces a big new stage role.
Kieron Richardson 's Hollyoaks co-stars were on hand to help him celebrate his marriage to Carl Hyland on Saturday. Stars of the Channel 4 soap, including Jennifer Metcalfe and Gemma Mernaplayed starring roles in Kieron and Carl's special day, which took place in the picturesque Peak Distrcit The theme of the day appeared to be a big white wedding with suit-clad grooms Carl and year-old Kieron choosing for their 12 bridesmaids to all wear elaborate ivory wedding gowns. Kieron Richardson 's and Carl had 12 bridesmaids — who all sported wedding dresses.
Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson is urging the public to nominate their favorite lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender personalities ahead of the British LGBT Awards. A total of 15 awards will be presented, including celebrity of the year, straight ally of the year, inspirational role model, rising star and lifetime achievement. These awards give us the opportunity to celebrate LGBT role models, pay tribute to emerging and established LGBT talent and those the gay community has a great affection for. I urge people to take part and cast their votes now to ensure the most deserving LGBT personalities pick up the glitziest gong of