COMEDIAN Kerry Bridges has shown his support for the national Clap for Carers event.

The star, 33, who grew up in Clydebank but now lives in the city's West End, posed with his wife Kerry after the event in a picture shared on social media.

He said: "Big up to the NHS. Cheers," before joking that he managed to get a clean cooking pot for the occasion. 

Kerry added: "Woooo."

Kevin and Kerry, a cafe manager, got engaged in June 2018 after several years of dating.

Last year, the pair married an intimate ceremony at St Peter's Catholic Church in Partick.

Last month, the funnyman urged people to help double a £20,000 donation he made to a children’s hospice organisation in memory of a “wee pal”.

He donated the sum to Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) as a tribute to Dylan Hairstains, a boy he met at Robin House near Balloch in 2012.

Bridges has not forgotten the boy, originally from Lockerbie, who died aged 16 in 2012 after suffering complications from cystic fibrosis.

Almost £5,000 has been raised so far.

CHAS has set up a fundraising page at