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The internet may have been rejoicing when Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson made their relationship social media official earlier this month, just in time for Pride, but there are plenty more LGBTQ couples who fill IG feeds 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 11 famous LGBTQ couples who have a knack for showing the most adorable Insta-PDA. Give them a follow, and prepare to celebrate Pride every time you open Instagram.
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, meaning they've had plenty of time to perfect their Instagram PDA. "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 earlier this year, celebrating the 15th anniversary of his first date with Burtka.
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 on the 2020 presidential trail. The duo met on dating app Hinge and tied the knot in June 2018. And when they're not promoting Pete's campaign on Instagram, 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 of Instagram feeds, that's what. Come for the photos of their adorable "#WolfPack" fam, stay for the life-changing words of wisdom and relationship advice that both Wambach and Doyle dole out on a regular basis.
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 if you take a look at RuPaul's Insta feed, it's clear that these two, who have been together since the early '90s and married in secret in 2017, are a perfect match.
Lena Waithe and Alana Mayo
It was all too fitting that Waithe and Mayo would get engaged over Thanksgiving in 2017, just a few months after Waithe made history as the first black woman to win an Emmy for comedy writing for her work on the Master of None episode aptly titled "Thanksgiving." Since then, if their IG feeds are any indication, they've been balancing out the stress of wedding planning with plenty of date nights, both on the red carpet and off.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
If you give a follow to Ferguson and Mikita, who have been married since 2013, you'll get a glimpse inside their 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.
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 earlier this year. How can you not give that a double tap?
Ellen Page and Emma Portner
Not only do these two regularly share the cutest photos of each other on Insta, but their relationship actually started on the photo-sharing platform. When a video of the choreographer appeared in Page's feed in 2017, "I thought, damn, this girl is so talented and so cool," the Juno actress previously said. They were married within a year, and the rest is (internet) history.
Phillip Picardi and Darien Sutton-Ramsey
The day the Out editor-in-chief and physician got engaged in March of this year, Instagram was down. Luckily, they haven't let that or any other interruptions keep them from documenting their very millennial, very tropical vacation-filled love story on Instagram. (They, too, met on Hinge!)
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