He said: "We call [Milo] the Fresh Prince of Bel Air because he gets whatever he wants.
"You suddenly realise when you get married, you're number one.
Patrick Kielty The 46-year-old comedian had worked with the 'So You Think You Can Dance?
' host on talent show 'Fame Academy' for several years before their friendship turned romantic in 2012 and though he broke a "rule" about mixing business with pleasure, he's grateful that he did.
One routine performed a local gigs involved donning a balaclava and making spoof paramilitary pronouncements. He later became the warm-up act for a BBC Northern Ireland programme, Anderson on the Box, presented by local personality Gerry Anderson.
When this show was axed, he presented its replacement, PK Tonight.
Speaking on UK TV show 'Lorraine', he said: "I broke the rule of don't get your money where you get your honey.
"But we went there and what's good about it is whenever you're with one someone who's a mate to start with, you don't have to go through all that awkward dating.Then a kid comes along and you're number two, then a dog you're number three and you spend your life going down the pecking order.''Patrick also spoke about how he ''pretends'' to have work commitments in the UK, just so he can have some relief from family life on flights to and from the US.Kielty was born in Downpatrick, Co Down, Northern Ireland, and grew up in the neighbouring village of Dundrum.Kielty began performing regularly while a pupil at St Patrick's Grammar School, Downpatrick, which holds an annual holiday concert.Kielty was persuaded to take part by a Games master who spotted his impersonations of local politicians, celebrities, and sportsmen.The pair, who enjoy a long distance relationship as Cat resides in the US and Patrick in the UK, looked over the moon to be reunited as they headed to famous high-end store Barneys hand in hand.