Vic Reeves and his wife Nancy Sorrell command attention in a colorful outfit at his art exhibition

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Vic Reeves and his wife Nancy Sorrell were in high spirits as they stepped out together for a private viewing of the annual Vic Reeves exhibition at London’s Grosvenor Gallery on Friday.

The 63-year-old comedian made sure to grab the attention of onlookers by opting for a colorful shirt with an art print on the front that featured a number of nude figures.

Nancy, 47, looked stylish in a retro 60s style patterned mini dress with sleeves open to one side from the elbow.

In town: Vic Reeves, 63, and his wife Nancy Sorrell, 47, were in high spirits at a preview of the annual Vic Reeves exhibition at London’s Grosvenor Gallery on Friday

She wore a pair of yellow and brown heels that showed off her red painted nails.

The model wore swipes of make-up as she stood arm-in-arm with Vic outside the gallery.

Vic completed his look by wearing a light brown jacket which he paired with beige pants.

Playful: Vic, real name James Roderick 'Jim' Moir, performed street entertainment outside before heading home

Playful: Vic, real name James Roderick ‘Jim’ Moir, performed street entertainment outside before heading home

Vic, real name James Roderick ‘Jim’ Moir, put on some street entertainment before heading home.

The pair were seen posing inside the gallery, where a selection of Vic’s artwork was on display.

The exhibition is to be open to the public on Saturday with some of the works on sale.

In style: Nancy, 47, looked stylish in a retro 60s style patterned mini dress with open sleeves on one side from the elbow

She wore a pair of peace symbol earrings for her night out

In style: Nancy looked stylish in a retro 60s style patterned mini dress with open sleeves on one side from the elbow

Strike a pose: The couple were seen posing inside the gallery, where a selection of Vic's artwork was on display

Strike a pose: The couple were seen posing inside the gallery, where a selection of Vic’s artwork was on display

Creative: The exhibition is due to open to the public on Saturday with some of the works on sale

Creative: The exhibition is due to open to the public on Saturday with some of the works on sale

Vic and Nancy recently celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary, taking to Instagram to share photos from their wedding and reminisce about their two decades together.

The model first met Vic in 2001 when they both appeared on the TSTIME Two TV show I love 1991.

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She was later invited to appear on the comic book’s own show Shooting Stars, which he created and hosted with comic partner Bob Mortimer. The pair hit it off immediately and the rest is history.

Life of color: Nancy wore a pair of yellow and brown heels that left her fingernails painted red as she posed at the exhibition

Life of color: Nancy wore a pair of yellow and brown heels that left her fingernails painted red as she posed at the exhibition

Looking back: The model first met Vic in 2001 when they both appeared on BBC Two TV show I love 1991

Looking back: The model first met Vic in 2001 when they both appeared on TSTIME Two TV show I love 1991

Family affair: Vic and Nancy share their twin daughters, while Nancy is also stepmother to Vic's two children, Alice, 28, and Louis, 24, from his previous marriage to Sarah Vincent

Family affair: Vic and Nancy share their twin daughters, while Nancy is also stepmother to Vic’s two children, Alice, 28, and Louis, 24, from his previous marriage to Sarah Vincent

Vic and Nancy share twin daughters, while Nancy is also stepmother to Vic’s two children, Alice, 28, and Louis, 24, from his previous marriage to Sarah Vincent.

Nancy posted wedding photos on her Instagram and captioned them: “Happy 19th wedding anniversary to us.” I love you Jimbo’.

It comes after Nancy explained how many people thought her relationship with Vic wouldn’t last when they first met due to the 15-year age gap.

In an interview with The Sun, she said: “They said it was never going to last and it was only going to be two weeks.”

“They were pointing out the age difference, but it didn’t matter to us.

“At first it was tough. We couldn’t understand why people kept saying our relationship was going to end. But we just ignored it.

She added: “People we knew personally were fine with us, but everyone just thought our relationship wouldn’t work out and it was a joke.”

Nancy went on to say she thinks they’ve proven their naysayers wrong with the length of their romance, although she still doesn’t understand why people have a problem with their relationship.

Couple goals: Nancy shared photos on her Instagram from 2003 during their wedding

Couple goals: Nancy shared photos on her Instagram from 2003 during their wedding

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