Queer Eye‘s food expert Antoni Porowski has made it Instagram official with his rumoured boyfriend Trace Lehnhoff.
Porowski posted a photo of the pair holding hands on Tuesday (December 11).
“11 is my favorite prime number,” he wrote.
Fans responded excitedly to Porowski’s post.
One wrote: “Wow, I’m gonna cry!!!!!!!”
Another said: “Why do you look so cute???”
And a third person responded: “Worlds are colliding and my heart is singing.”
Antoni Porowski and Trace Lehnhoff make red carpet appearance together
It comes after the couple made made a red carpet appearance together at GQ‘s Men of the Year Party in Los Angeles last week.
“11 is my favorite prime number.”
Us Weekly also previously reported that Porowski brought Lehnhoff to several Emmy parties in September as his date.
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In October, it was reported that Porowski had started dating Lehnhoff, after splitting up with his ex-boyfriend of seven years Joey Krietemeyer two months before.
Porowski had told Vulture earlier this year that he and Krietemeyer they were “basically married.”
Porowski splits with boyfriend of seven years, Joey Krietemeyer
Porowski has been keeping busy since the second season of Queer Eye was released on Netflix in June.
In December, it was revealed that Porowski would feature in the Broadway show Celebrity Autobiography alongside his Queer Eye co-star Jonathan Van Ness.
Porowski also announced in June that he was set to open his own restaurant in New York, and revealed that he is working on a cookbook.
Fans also went wild when he marched alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Montreal’s Pride parade.
In April, Porowski discussed his sexuality, explaining that he is “a little more fluid” along the spectrum of sexuality in an interview with Gay Times.
“Some people want to define themselves and they should as it is part of their identity. For me personally, I’ve never really had a label for myself,” he said.
“Today I’m gay – I’m in a gay relationship – and that’s where I am. That’s good enough for me.”