Antoni Porowski splits from fiance

Antoni Porowski has split from fiance Kevin Harrington after realising they were "on different paths".



Antoni Porowski has split from his fiance
Antoni Porowski has split from his fiance

Antoni Porowski has split from his fiance.

The 'Queer Eye' star got engaged to Kevin Harrington last November after three years of dating, but after taking the time for "reflection" while planning their wedding, the couple have realised they have different visions for the future and so have decided to go their separate ways.

A spokesperson for the 39-year-old culinary expert said: "After many conversations and reflection during the wedding planning process, Antoni and Kevin have amicably decided to part ways.

"While they still have a lot of respect for each other, as they talked more about the future, they realised they were on different paths.

"They both remain focused on work, and are surrounding themselves with friends during this time."

In September, the 'No Taste Like Home' presenter celebrated with a bachelor party in Tennessee's Blackberry Mountain, for which he was joined by the likes of 'Queer Eye' co-star Tan France and model Gigi Hadid.

However, Karamo Brown later confirmed he and the rest of the Fab 5, Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk - who recently announced his departure from 'Queer Eye' - hadn't been invited.

Karamo exclaimed on Sirius XM's 'Andy Cohen Live': “The shade of it all! Bobby was not invited, I was not invited, and Jonathan was not invited… just Tan was invited. The shade!”

Andy confirmed Bobby, 42, had told him similar on the show on the day before but had "said it nicer".

The 55-year-old host laughed: "Bobby made it seems like, 'Oh we couldn't make it but Tan was able to make it.' "

Karamo said: “Nooo. Listen, I'm all about being real and being upfront. We weren't invited.”

Asked about how many people were present for the party, he added: "I don't know because I wasn't invited."

But the culture expert didn't seem too upset as he added: “When it comes to events like that — like family things, weddings — it costs money, so I don't take offense to it... I didn't take any shade to it."