The Love Story of Elliot Page, Who Found Love Again After Transitioning and a Painful Divorce

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Love is in the air for Elliot Page, who has found happiness with his new partner, Mae Martin. These recent years have been a whirlwind for the renowned actor, encompassing his transition and a public divorce. Witnessing Page embark on a new chapter in life brings us immense joy (pun intended). If you’re curious to delve deeper, keep reading.

Elliot Page’s challenging breakup

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In January 2021, a mere two months after publicly embracing his transgender identity, Page disclosed his divorce from then-wife Emma Portner. The couple, wed since 2018, parted ways amicably. While the reasons for their separation remain undisclosed, Portner publicly supported Page’s transition, considering his existence a profound gift.

Eliott Page unveils his new love

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Emerging from a period of apparent solitude, Page is no longer in the singles market. All eyes were on him and his new partner, Mae Martin, at the LACMA Art+Film Gala, where they donned dazzling matching tuxedos.

Martin also further solidified their pairing by posting a photo of them and Page before the event with the caption, “My King @elliotpage took me out.” Now, there’s no doubt about it, we have a new Hollywood couple to keep a watchful eye on.

Meet Mae Martin

Martin, a Canadian comedian and actor, gained recognition for a standout role in Kaley Cuoco’s TV show, The Flight Attendant. The talented artist, like Page, identifies as queer, coming out as non-binary in 2021. Martin prefers they/them pronouns but is also comfortable with she/her.

Elliot Page, an influential LGBTQ+ celebrity, boldly embraces and openly expresses their authentic identity with their partner, becoming a potent source of inspiration for both the LGBTQ+ community and their admirers.

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