There are plenty of famous LGBTQ couples who fill us with joy and #couplegoals on a regular basis. There's Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, whose coordinating outfits with their precious twins never fail to win Halloween; Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli, a match made in Litchfield Penitentiary; and RuPaul and Georges LeBar, who have been together for decades and spend much of their time on a gorgeous ranch in rural Wyoming—just to name a few.
Here are 13 famous LGBTQ couples who have a knack for showing up in the most adorable way.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
NPH and his actor-slash-professional chef husband have been married since 2014, and together for more than a decade. "I'm so, so grateful to this gorgeous man for giving me his heart, his shoulder, his strength, his lust, his laughter, his joy," Harris captioned a post celebrating the 15th anniversary of his first date with Burtka.
Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef
The King of Latin Pop and his artist husband have been killing it on the red carpet since 2016 and married since 2018. While much of their relationship is private, we do know that their meet-cute came via Yosef's art account on Instagram where Martin literally slid into his DMs! The dapper duo has four children via surrogate.
Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli
These two lovebirds met while Wiley was acting in and Morelli was writing for Orange Is the New Black. They married in March 2017 in Palm Springs and jetted off to Italy for their honeymoon. And their social media feeds have been a nonstop flood of romantic vacay pics ever since.
Pete and Chasten Buttigieg
Whatever your politics, there's no denying Mayor Pete and his husband Chasten, a junior high teacher, are hands-down the cutest couple. The duo met on dating app Hinge and tied the knot in June 2018. And when they're not promoting Pete's campaigns, they're offering up an inside look at their matching senses of humor and unbelievably supportive relationship.
Abby Wambach and Glennon Doyle
What do you get when you cross an Olympic gold medalist soccer player with a writer, philanthropist, and inspirational speaker? A highly entertaining, deeply moving pair, that's what. Since their marriage in 2017, Wambach and Doyle have made juggling careers (both have authored books since), three children, and family life look like a piece of cake.
RuPaul and Georges LeBar
On the surface, RuPaul and Georges LeBar might seem like total opposites: While RuPaul hosts a TV show, pops up in seemingly every movie, and has one of the most eye-catching wardrobes in Hollywood, his husband runs a ranch in rural Wyoming. (Yes, really.) But it's clear that these two, who have been together since the early '90s and married in secret in 2017, are a perfect match.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
One could say Ferguson and Mikita, who have been married since 2013, share a super normal, super boring life: filled with cameos in Taylor Swift music videos, coordinating designer outfits on the Tony Awards red carpet, and invites to John Legend's birthday party. See? So boring.
Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor
Actors Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor met at a Hollywood party in 2005, a solid decade before they became romantically linked. Their relationship officially began in 2015 after reconnecting on a project for women's rights. (Taylor slid into Paulson's DMs!) The two have admitted to entertaining the idea of marriage from a spiritual standpoint and in regards to their 32-year age difference Paulson has said, "I can't say it any other way than there's a poignancy to it, and a heightened sense of time and the value of time."
Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner
Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner's relationship has spanned over five decades! Their romance began in the early 1970s and simultaneously kicked off and equally rewarding professional partnership in comedy. Tomlin and Wagner tied the knot on New Year's Eve in 2013, after 42 years together.
Elton John and David Furnish
The Piano Man and his Canadian-filmmaker husband wed in December 2014 after eight years in a British civil partnership. The duo met in 1993 through a mutual friend and have been sending weekly love notes to one another ever since. The secret to their longevity? Furnish highlights the importance of maintaining ones individuality and not getting swept up in a partner's identity.
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent
TV's favorite interior design duo met in 2012 after being introduced through mutual friend, Rachel Zoe. They reconnected a few years later, and knew they had found the one after their first date. Berkus and Brent married in May 2014 and have two children.
Nico Tortorella and Bethany Meyers
Torterella and Meyers have been in what they describe as a "queer polyamorous" relationship for over a decade. They tied the knot, wearing "gender-bending" white gowns, in early 2018. "Thirteen years later and I love you even more now than I did then. You give me support when I'm weak. Confidence when I'm unsure. Smiles when I cry. And tears when I laugh. Let's never grow up mmmk babe?" Meyers captioned a super sweet Instagram post dedicated to Tortorella.