Meet Russell Tovey’s hunky new rugby player boyfriend

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Russell Tovey has posted the first photo of his new boyfriend – Kings Cross Steelers player, Steve Brockman.

The couple are getting on rather well, and are reportedly even planning on moving to New York as rumours around a transfer for Angels in America – that Russell is currently starring in at the National Theatre – grow.

“Russell has never flaunted his romances but behind closed doors he is infatuated,” reports The Sun.

“Russell relocating to New York in anticipation of the show potentially transferring could have been the death knell for their relationship. Instead they see it as the start of a new adventure.”

The pair posted a photo together this past weekend at a gay boxing match during Pride in London celebrations – the first we’ve seen online of the couple together.

Related: Andrew Garfield refuses to rule out same-sex relationship during revealing Angels in America discussion

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That is apart from when they had cute dog dates and posted photos of them online.

Bromance #fur

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So. Darn. Cute.

Congrats, Russell and Steve!

Join Andrew Garfield and Russell Tovey on set for their world exclusive Gay Times cover shoot for Angels in America. Download your copy here

The gay fantasia will be beamed to cinemas around the globe on 20th July (Part One: Millennium Approaches) and 27th July (Part Two: Perestroika).




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