Paul Sinha was every bit the “proud” husband as he heaped praise on his other half in a social media tribute.
The Chase favourite, 50, told his fans that he took part in three particularly difficult quizzes on Wednesday (August 5).
What did Paul Sinha say about his husband?
And despite each of them including many of the world’s “strongest quizzers”, Paul’s husband, Oliver, won all three of them.
And The Sinnerman jokingly hinted he was slightly envious of his partner’s quizzing prowess – despite the fact that Paul is himself the current British Quiz Champion.
Yesterday I took part in three very different quizzes with the opposition including many of the strongest quizzers in the UK, Europe and indeed the world. All three were won. By my husband. Honestly. I'm proud. Honestly.
— Paul Sinha (@paulsinha) August 6, 2020
On Twitter, he wrote: “Yesterday I took part in three very different quizzes with the opposition including many of the strongest quizzers in the UK, Europe and indeed the world.
“All three were won. By my husband.
“Honestly. I’m proud. Honestly.”
In the replies, Paul’s fans poked fun at the fact he seemed a little resentful of his husband’s victory.
One said: “Not bitter about it.”
Another joked: “Twitter needs an irony font.”
“Better half?” quipped a third.
Someone else said: “I can hear the teeth grinding from here.”
Not bitter about it
— Robert Smith (@Rob_Smith1990) August 6, 2020
Twitter needs an irony font 😀
— Delusional (@derby_delusion) August 6, 2020
— Gadget51 (@Gadget519) August 6, 2020
Others offered their congrats, with one tweeting back: “That’s awesome. Congratulations to your husband.”
“As you should be,” said another.
That’s awesome. Congratulations to your husband.
Paul tied the knot with Olly last year.
He said of their wedding, in a December blog post, that a lot of things went wrong on the day, initially – but he was able to “forget his troubles” and have the “greatest day” of his life.
He wrote: “Instead of destroying the greatest day of my life, I then went on to have the greatest day of my life, as friends and family thoroughly enjoyed drinking, dancing and ignoring the canapés (on which I had spent thousands).
“The realisation that, in the overall scheme of things, the failure to provide a visual accompaniment to the playlist was about the hundred-and-seventeenth most important priority for me.
“Suddenly, I was able to forget my troubles, and effortlessly glide through the company of three-hundred beloved guests.”
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