Alan Carr makes sly dig at ‘silver fox’ Phillip Schofield at Royal Variety show

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Alan Carr had a cheeky pop at Phillip Schofield when he hosted the Royal Variety Performance for Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The Comedian hosted the star-studded annual event at London's Royal Albert Hall – which aired to ITV on Sunday night (December 19).

The Chatty Man host had the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in fits of giggles with his stand-up routine – and at one point he roasted This Morning host Phillip Schofield.

Alan's cheeky jibe came just after German balancing superstars the Messoudi Brothers finished wowing the crowd with their superb skills – and topless bodies.

After they finished their amazing balances, Alan strutted onto the stage looking like a Baywatch hunk – and he was wearing a fake ab suit.

Alan told Phil to move over as there was a new silver fox in town – referring to one of the silver-haired performers.

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