‘So lucky’: Hugh Sheridan’s doting fiancé Kurt Roberts gushes over his partner while sharing the pair’s VERY steamy DNA magazine cover… as the actor comes out as non-binary
Hugh Sheridan’s fiancé Kurt Roberts has said he’s ‘so lucky’ to be pictured on gay men’s magazine DNA’s new cover alongside his doting partner.
On Sunday, Kurt proudly shared the stunning cover photo to Instagram, which showed the loved-up pair leaning in for a kiss in an artistic black-and-white shot.
Kurt captioned the photograph: ‘So lucky to be able to share the cover with my beautiful fiancé,’ followed by a ‘pride’ hashtag.
Cover stars: Hugh Sheridan’s fiancé Kurt Roberts has said he’s ‘so lucky’ to be pictured on DNA’s new magazine cover alongside his doting partner
In the image, Hugh and Kurt closed their eyes as they embraced each other while flaunting their incredible physiques under studio lighting.
In the magazine interview, Hugh came out as non-binary approximately eight months after revealing that they’re attracted to both men and women.
Non-binary people don’t categorise their gender identify as either male or female and often go by the pronouns they/them.
Proud: During the interview, Hugh came out as non-binary approximately eight months after revealing that they’re attracted to both men and women
‘I AM still a human (non binary/bi/me/Hughman) but I’m in a monogamous relationship with another human, who I love,’ Hugh wrote on an Instagram post to promote the cover.
‘I don’t accept a label cause it limits me… if you want it; take it.
‘I chose zero labels for no other reason except the exclusion, limitations, separation, I believe are all one, deeeeep down. &…who knows? Why chose?!! Be you. Be true. Be free: to BE, to JUST BE… you, a human, same as me.’
In the interview with DNA, Hugh said that they were now comfortable with being called ‘gay’ despite not subscribing to labels.
‘Now I’m marrying a guy you can call me gay,’ Hugh explained.
‘Whatever! The point is, we’re all human and, in my case, labelling put me into a box that felt like a cell.’
Last year, Hugh told Stellar magazine, ‘I believe labels are for clothes, not for people.’
In the same interview, the Packed to the Rafters actor said that they wanted to speak up for people who don’t use labels.
Happy: ‘Now I’m marrying a guy you can call me gay,’ Hugh explained. Pictured with fiancé Kurt (right)
‘I AM still a human (non binary/bi/me/Hughman) but I’m in a monogamous relationship with another human, who I love,’ Hugh wrote
‘It occurred to me that no-one ever sticks up for people who don’t pick a label,’ they said.
Hugh proposed to Kurt, who is the general manager of digital lending at the Commonwealth Bank, on stage during the first night of the Adelaide Fringe Festival in March.
‘I went out and bought a ring and flew his family to be seated in the audience on the night. He had no idea. It was a really amazing moment,’ Hugh said.
After proposing, the loved-up pair shared a public embrace and a cheeky kiss before a besotted Hugh ran back on stage and said: ‘I just got engaged!’
Lucky guy! Hugh is set to walk down the aisle with banker and glamour model Kurt (pictured)