Jonathan Bennett is looking forward to marrying his girlfriend, and in an interview with EXCLUSIVE and HollywoodLife, he shared how he came to know that James Vaughn is ‘who he is’.
Once you know, you know! Jonathan Bennett, 40, is leaving a good market because she got married recently Jaymes Vaughn, 37. Story of It means Girls heartthrob revealed that he always knew that Jaymes was “one” in EXCLUSIVE special questions HollywoodLife,
“To be honest, ever since I met him. I saw him before I went to his show and I asked his producer,” Am I about to meet my husband. “It turns out I did,” Jonathan tells HL. “Definitely love it at first glance. And to know that he’s an amazing guy who lives on top of this, I was sold.”
The love birds have been dating since 2017 and went on Instagram Halloween the same day. The 37-year-old TV presenter proposed to Jonathan in December 2019 and they have been sharing their travels and planning their wedding on social media.
With each major event in life, there may be some obstacles along the way. Like HollywoodLife which has already been said, Jaymes admitted that he struggled to find the right ring and decided to reach out to KAY Jewelers to create a design, hoping he could give it to anyone in the LGBTQ + group. “That’s why I came to KAY when I was trying to find a ring for Jonathan and I didn’t find anything,” admitted Jaymes.
“I knew, because of the media, that KAY is a wonderful combination and celebrates in our community because I’ve seen them post for years. “And because of the jump, I feel like they helped me.”
Removing the ring was probably difficult for the couple, since it was a safe journey to prepare for the wedding. “We are exploding to understand all this! We are getting married next year in Mexico at the ‘UNICO 20 ° 87 ° Hotel Riviera’ all our friends and relatives are coming to visit us this week,” Jonathan said. “For many of them, it will be the first time they meet. That is why we are so happy with this. Because once we say “I do,” we become one family after all. ”
In addition to arranging for a visit to UNICO, Jonathan is busy with the LGBTQ + mobile company, Exit (by Jaymes) and liaising with the National Pork Board for National Pork Month. The festival takes place throughout October and pays homage to the popular film, It means Girls. Media coverage, “Wednesday We Cook Pigs,” takes place every Wednesday in October on the radio and on the National Pork Board website. Grool!