Experiencing the profound connection of shared passions is a pinnacle of love. The ability to intertwine love and passion creates a heavenly bond like no other. When Jessica Rankin and Julie Mehretu crossed paths, their initial conversations about their mutual interests ignited a spark that resonated deep within their souls.
As time passed, they realized that their connection extended far beyond casual acquaintanceship. They recognized the profound harmony between them and embraced the notion that they were indeed each other’s perfect match. Both driven by a love for painting and art, they discovered a canvas where they could vividly express their love for one another.
John DeLuca & Rob Marshall
It was on Broadway when couple Rob Marshall and John DeLuca met. That was 1982. Both were actors trying to audition for a coveted role in a musical titled Boogie-Woogie Rumble of a Dream Deferred. Their audition was fortunately successful. Both actors got the part they wanted.
Plus, the better part of the story was that the two of them fell in love with each other – the rest was history. Who doesn’t want a similar experience? Love can indeed sprout in the most unexpected places. Fast forward 40+ years, and the couple are as madly in love with each other as they were back when they first met.
David Miller & Ryan Murphy
The joyous news of Ryan Murphy's marital bliss would undoubtedly send Glee fans into rapturous delight. As the creative genius behind beloved series like Glee, Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story, and American Crime Story, Murphy's success extended far beyond the realm of television.
In 2011, after a remarkable 15 years together, Murphy sealed his love and commitment by marrying the talented photographer, David Miller. Their union became the foundation of a beautiful family, as they welcomed their first son, Logan Phineas, in 2012 through the assistance of a surrogate. Two years later, their joy multiplied with the arrival of their second son, Ford, who also joined their loving family through the same surrogacy process.
Simon Halls & Matt Bomer
While secret weddings are not uncommon, it's intriguing to discover that secret marriages themselves can be a reality. This was the case for Matt Bomer and Simon Halls, who clandestinely tied the knot, keeping their marital bliss hidden from the public eye for a remarkable three years.
Their nuptials remained a well-guarded secret, known only to their closest family members and friends who were privileged to witness their intimate wedding ceremony. The couple opted for a private celebration, cherishing the intimacy and sacredness of their union. The question of whether one would make the same choice in their shoes provokes contemplation. Each couple has their unique circumstances, desires, and reasons for privacy.
Samantha Thomas & Elliot Page
Actor Elliot Page is best remembered for his role in the film Juno. But little know about his relationship with surfer and artist – Samantha Thomas. Page came out about his sexuality back in 2014 during a Human Rights Campaign. He expressed how he was scared to be out thus causing his spirit and mental health to suffer.
Thomas and Page dated for a year and a half but are no longer an item. In November of 2020, Elliot Page came out as trans, and has undergone a full transition since then. "I felt like a boy... I wanted to be a boy," he said. "I would ask my mom if I could be someday."