SINGER Rag ’n’ Bone Man has donated one of the

cakes from his wedding to charity.

The Sussex-born pop star married his partner of nine years, Beth Rouy, at Lewes Register Office earlier this month.

The pictures went viral showing the singer, whose real name is Rory Graham, his new bride and all their wedding guests wearing a range of eyecatching tracksuits.

Now it has been revealed that one of the couple’s wedding cakes – an equally unusual design – has been donated to the addiction charity Addaction in Cornwall.

The alcohol and drug charity helps people across the South West cope with their addiction.

Rag ’n’ Bone Man is good friends with Kate Roberts, who works at the charity, and he decided to donate his giant sphynx cat-shaped cake.

Speaking to news website Cornwall Live, Kate said: “Rory is a really good friend of mine.

“We went to school together and lived together in Brighton for a couple of years.

“I went to the wedding and they had about five different cakes.

“They gave the others to local people and said I could bring this chilli and chocolate one back for Addaction clients to enjoy.

“He’s crazy generous to everybody he knows – always has been – and he really supports charities.

“It was a lovely day and it’s really nice to have brought something back for the clients.”

The singer was married wearing a high end Ralph Lauren grey camouflage tracksuit.

Beth wore a custom-made teal coloured tracksuit that had been specially made to feature her cat Patricia.

Rag ’n’ Bone Man was born in Uckfield and is a popular figure in Sussex.

He rose to stardom in 2017 when his chart-topping hit Human became an overnight sensation.

Since then the 34-year-old has since won the British Breakthrough Act at the 2017 Brit Awards.

And went a step further in 2018 as he won British Single of the Year.

Rag ’n’ Bone Man will be bringing a special show to Brighton this summer.

He plays Brighton Racecourse on July 27.

He will be supported by Maverick Sabre and Ida Vallens.

For more information or to buy tickets visit