LGBTQ Couples: Meet 7 You Definitely Need to Know

The Same-sex couple is growing every day even though society and some country laws restrict their activities. People have started to stand out and proudly represent the Same-sex couple without backing down from the policies surrounding them. One of the reasons this has happened is celebrities publicizing their stand in the community. These celebrities have made the wave of hidden community members come out and be proud of what they represent. Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies brings you 7 of these LGBTQ couples who are also proud members of the LGBTQIA+ Community.

7 LGBTQ couples You Should Know

David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris

The Hollywood actor Neil Patrick Harris, popularly known for Barney Stinson, has a same-sex partner. He got together with his partner, David Burtka, and both said their vows and stayed married since 2014. Neil especially surprised fans since he played his role a bit too well in the popular series “How I met your mother.”

However, Harris is a proud community member and even praises David on social media. He really gives everyone a taste of their couple goals with how much he puts his partner out there. One popular social media post by Harris was celebrating the 15th anniversary of their first date. He made sure to appreciate his professional chef and actor of a partner for the support and love they share.

Portia De Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres

Male same-sex partners aren’t the only ones in the celebrity space, as we have many females with same-sex partners. Portia De Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres showed the world their relationship success with hot and lovely pictures thanks to groundbreaking wedding photography. Ellen, the popular host of the “Ellen DeGeneres” show, has been with her partner since their meeting in 2004.

They felt a spark between each other and got together, leading to them fated happy marriage in 2008. The two celebrities have been together ever since and with the help of a wedding minister, renewed their vows for their 10th wedding anniversary. The event took place in Australia, which stands as the hometown of the celebrity, De Rossi.

Chasten and Pete Buttigieg 

Here is another male LGBTQ couple that is quite popular in the Same-sex couple and said to be the cutest. Their meeting is quite regular but funny if you think about it since it’s from a dating app. The junior-high teacher, Chasten, and his partner Mayor Pete met on Hinge’s dating app.

They happened to hit off so well, leading them down the aisle in 2018, becoming a same-sex couple. Most times, the couple are working on campaign promotions for Pete’s activities since he is a mayor. Other times, the couple spend time bonding and having fun as partners sharing views and matching their sense of humor.

Georges LeBar and RuPaul 

Looking closely at this male same-sex couple, you would think they are not a good fit, but they mix. Many see them as complete opposites because of the nature of their diverging area of expertise. George LeBar happens to run a ranch in the rural areas of Wyoming, which is surprising compared to his husband.

On the other hand, RuPaul is the face of the media with his position as a show host and actor. His fame increases with his frequent appearance in movies, and also, his exquisite wardrobe selections always get the crowd going. These two have been a perfect match since the 90s, leading them to a secret marriage in 2017.

Holland Taylor and Sarah Paulson

These Hollywood personalities are among the earlier set of LGBTQ couples to be noticed in the entertainment industry. They don’t go far back as the 90s, but their first meeting still went as early as 2005. In the year 2005 between Holland, Taylor, and Sarah Paulson was at a Hollywood party where they mixed.

It wasn’t until later in 2015 that they officially kicked off their relationship after bonding from their meetings. The certified bonding occurred after Taylor reached out to Sarah via DM to reconnect on a women’s rights project. Despite having an age difference of 32 years, the two lovebirds always admit to occasionally entertaining the idea of marriage.

Bethany Meyers and Nico Tortorella

The relationship between these two celebrities might seem confusing to people with new interests in their personalities and the community. Bethany and Nico share a slightly complicated relationship, a queer polyamorous one making them accessible to date others. Bethany is recognized and put forward a marriage proposal in 2017 to Nico after dating for 11 years.

They met in college and now, share the love in gender-bending white gowns after their marriage. The couple got married in 2018. They exchanged their vows at an episcopal church with a real-time wedding minister in Manhattan city. Bethany also posts images with their partner adding sweet captions to portray love and support.

Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus

The relationship between these two tends to spark a fire in the minds of many LGBTQ couples who want kids. These two are celebrities with same-sex partners who rightfully have kids. These two male designers met at each other in 2012 based on an introduction by a mutual friend.

Rachel Zoe introduced them to each other, and these designers happened to connect some years after their first meeting again. They had their first date together and realized they hit off more than they initially imagined. It later led them to their marriage in 2014, and they worked together to have kids rightfully.


More popular figures boast of being LGBTQ couples than you can imagine; you just skipped them. You can also find some who represent the community singlehandedly without the need to put out their partners. They give light to every other community member who feels shy or ashamed of shining as LGBTQ. So, if you think you are left out or a bad piece, check out these celebrities who have theirs out. Take this as your motivation and become confident about your respective partner and the wonderful relationship you share. Make a memorable wedding ceremony with top notch wedding videography to capture the moment all from Lifelong Wedding Ceremonies

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