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Jinkx Monsoon gets married and shares adorable pics of locked down wedding

"We had an at home wedding, witnessed by our housemates!" says star

2021-01-18

Words: Jamie Tabberer; picture: The Ginger Snapped poster/Instagram/@thejinkx

Jinkx Monsoon has married partner Michael Abbott in a locked down "home wedding", they have announced.

The RuPaul's Drag Race champ shared the news on Instagram over the weekend, saying "mama got married!"

Jinkx - who won season five of RPDR UK in 2013 - added that housemates were witnesses and friends and family not in attendance watched the ceremony through Zoom.

"It was the perfect day"

Jinkx - who is "non-gendered" or non-binary and goes by they/them pronouns when not in drag told fans on Instagram: "Well— I guess the cats are out of their respective bags.

 
 
 
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"On January 9th, 2021, Michael and I said our vows and become spouses by law. That’s right! Mama got married. (Cue the Gypsy soundtrack) — we had an at home wedding, witnessed by our housemates, with our officiant Deven Green, safely Skyping in, and our family and friends watching safely through Zoom.

"It was the perfect day. Special thanks to @planettammie and @bendelacreme and our Best Person, Kenneth Lee for the integral parts they played in the ceremony. (All photos taken by @liamkrug_."

 
 
 
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Michael also shared pics and a tribute on Insta, saying: "On Saturday, I married my best friend and love of my life.

"It was, like the greatest aspects of our relationship thus far, truly unconventional. But full of bliss.

"It's been easier to forget, this year and last, but this experience has been the ultimate reminder of how beautiful life is and how thankful I am for all of it that I'm allowed."

Congrats, both!

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