Here come the grooms! Figure skaters Eric Radford and Luis Funero tied the knot last week in Spain, where gay marriage was legalized all the way back in 2005.
Radford, a Canadian skater who won a gold medal and a bronze at the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, and Funero, a Spanish ice dancing national champion, got engaged in June 2017 when the former popped the question. “I’ve learned that the best things in life have a level of simplicity to them,” Radford wrote on Instagram at the time. “I see it in art, I hear it in music and I feel it with this man. Loving him is simple and beautiful.”
Fast forward two years and the guys are enjoying life as newlyweds. “It was perfect,” Radford said of the wedding on Instagram on July 12. “An amount of love I could’ve never imagined and a wedding day I could’ve never dreamed,” he wrote the following day, posting portraits from the big day.
On his account, Funero simply said, “Si, quiero.”
Fellow Olympians Dylan Moscovitch and Patrick Chan were in the wedding party, according to Outsports; and Radford’s skating partner, Meghan Duhamel, was in attendance for the event, as well.
Congratulations, Eric and Luis!