Love match: Newlyweds Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty have the look of love as they cosy up at the ATP World Tour Finals
19:36 GMT, 11 November 2012
They've been keeping a low-profile since their secret wedding in Italy nearly two months ago.
However, on Sunday Cat Deeley and her new husband Patrick Kielty made a rare public appearance together as they cosied up at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
The So You Think You Can Dance presenter, 36, looked lovingly at her new husband, 41, as they sat in the Moet & Chandon hospitality area at the O2 Arena.
Newlywed glow: Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty share a moment at the ATP World Tour Finals at London's O2 Arena
The loved-up pair were joined by pop star pal Will Young as they watched Serbia's Novak Djokovic play Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro on Day Seven of the tennis tournament.
Cat posted a sweet photo of her and her spouse cuddled up on Twitter, as well as another image of the Irish comedian playing table tennis.
She tweeted: 'Things are getting competitive …. And I don't mean the tennis!!! @moet_uk @PatricKielty having a lovely time!!!!
Hanging on his every word: Cat listens in to her husband
Famous friends: Singer Will Young joined the couple in the front row
'Oooohhhh that was exciting! Can't wait for tomorrow….. The Finals!'
Their appearance at the tennis follows their low-key nuptials in Rome in September after a 11 month whirlwind romance.
The couple had been friends for years and co-hosted Fame Academy together in 2002.
However, Cat revealed their friendship turned to romance after Patrick flew to Los Angeles – where she lives most of the year – for her 34th birthday in October 2011.
Having a laugh: The couple were guests of Moet hospitality during the tennis finals
She told the December issue of Red magazine: 'I told him I was having brunch with friends here at the Beverly Hills Hotel. He got on a plane to London, then another plane to LA, then he came straight from the airport with his bags, walked in, sat down and had birthday brunch with me.
'And then, when I went to pay for everybody, they wouldn’t take my card because it had all been taken care of. That’s quite possibly the most romantic thing anyone has ever done for me.
'And he was just sitting there hanging out with 12 of my friends, making everybody laugh. It was bl**dy romantic, noble, kind of amazing and pretty hard not to fall in love with him.'
'Anyone for tennis': Cat posted a photo of her and her husband on her Twitter page
Game, set and match: Juan Martin Del Potro congratulates the winner Novak Djokovic