Younger's Nico Tortorella is married!
The actor, 29, announced yesterday that he tied the knot with his partner, Bethany Meyers, a fitness and lifestyle entrepreneur, on March 9. The two shared the exciting news a week after making it official in a New York City courthouse. Following the ceremony, the two took their wedding photographs around the streets of the city, both wearing white, draped outfits and matching crowns.
"The looks are everything we've ever dreamed of," Tortorella wrote in them. "Genderbending ensembles designed by our dear friend Andrew Morrison. Timeless androgynous paraphernalia mimicking Romanesque sculpture that fluidly blends masculine and feminine."
Totorella has previously come out as pansexual, and his partner, Meyers, identifies herself as gay.
"In this relationship, we both wear the pants and the dress," he added. "We put on our faces and machinery, finally topping each other off in crowns. Duh, we wore crowns. Not for the gag of it all, but because it feels like something we've done in the past, so we had to keep the tradition alive. In this life's iteration, this is, in fact, our royal wedding."
"My 'dress,' consisting of trousers," Meyers wrote. "His 'tux,' gown inclusive. I suppose you would dub our wedding color white. It was certainly the most traditional thing we did."
"Honestly, it's shocking that it happened this way," wrote Meyers, a native of Missouri. "My religious upbringing had told me it would be different. Young ladies like myself went from their parents' home to their husband's home, no pit stops. They certainly didn't have 'write about it for a queer publication!' pasted in their childhood wedding scrapbook. They probably also didn't marry bisexual men while simultaneously dating women."
The actor is best known for his role as Josh on TV Land's show "Younger" starring Hillary Duff. But yesterday, he was 100% himself when he wed the love of his life.
Tortorella added that the couple are just "two kids from the Midwest who fell in love almost 12 years ago on the South Side of Chicago."