British actor Ryan Sampson has introduced the world to his boyfriend.

The star – who is best known for his role as Grumio in all five seasons of ITV2 comedy Plebs – came out as gay on Twitter to address the “homophobic banter” he’s received through Instagram.

“So. I was on Instagram and I looked at my direct messages and it turned out someone was trying to rope me in to some (pretty creaky) homophobic banter,” he wrote.

“Huh! So, for clarity, here’s a pic of me and the boyf. Just to, y’know… straighten that one out. As it were.”

He accompanied the message with an adorable photo of him and his boyfriend, Harry. See below.

Sampson is also known for appearing in sketch shows Glitchy, After You’ve Gone and for portraying Dudley Moore in Netflix series The Crown.

Related: Here all the celebrities who’ve come out as LGBTQ in 2019 (so far).