Stephen Fry And His Young Piece Are Married Now

January 17, 2015 / Posted by:

Never mind that the picture above looks like a pepaw beaming with pride over his grandson graduating from high school, British national treasure Stephen Fry is somebody’s husband for the first time. Stephen married stand-up comedian type Elliot Spencer in the Norfolk town of Dereham, England today. They’ve been dating for around a year. Finally, I’m bringing you news about an old millionaire marrying a young piece and the names Hugh Hefner or Jeff Goldblum aren’t involved.

Earlier this month, 57-year-old Stephen said in a tweet that he is marrying 27-year-old Elliot after someone leaked the news to The Sun. Stephen wouldn’t say when their wedding was going to happen. The Daily Mail says the two became husband and husband at the register office in Dereham. Stephen dropped the news on Twitter to his millions of followers and along with that picture, added two notes:

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Go into a room as two people…and leave as one.” Stephen makes it sound like he ate (not in the Marnie from Girls way) Elliot. Like I said in my post about their engagement, Elliot comes from a rich family so his friends say that we shouldn’t induct him into the British Gold Digger Hall of Fame just yet. Congratulations to Stephen and his new husband! Now Stephen can officially say, “No, he’s my husband, you cunt” to any trick who asks him if Elliot is his son. Today, the streets of Britain will be filled with the tears of twinks who were hoping to be Stephen’s next piece.

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