As it turns out, Chrishell Stause and G Flip are not married.
Not legally, at least.
The Selling Sunset actress, 41, and singer, 29, recently announced their marriage in a surprise wedding in Las Vegas.
Sharing photos from their one-year romance on Instagram, the couple said earlier this month: ‘Love doesn’t always go as planned…It’s sometimes immensely better.’
Naturally, people were overjoyed and hurried to congratulate them, but it now appears that they are not legally married.
According to TMZ, there are no marriage records for the pair in Clark County, Nevada, one week after their ‘ceremony’.
According to sources close to the case, despite widespread internet conjecture, Chrishell and G are ‘not legally married.’
However, it is believed that they intend to have a formal wedding later on.
Chrishell and G, who is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, disclosed their relationship for the first time at the Selling Sunset reunion in May.
Since then, they’ve been relationship goals, with Chrishell notably starring in her partner’s music video for Get Me Outta Here and G poised to participate in the upcoming Netflix series Selling Sunset.
Chrishell, on the other hand, recently told E! News that they will most likely forgo a televised wedding.
She has revealed details of their ‘wedding’ in Vegas, admitting that it was a surprise for friends and family as well.
Despite keeping their wedding off the internet, a handful of their friends made it into the chapel.
‘It was a pretty small group there with us and some friends and family watching on a live feed,’ she told individuals, noting that just a few lucky individuals had the heads up.
The TV personality donned a stunning floor-length pearlescent white gown and carried a bouquet of white flowers to the wedding.
G, on the other hand, sported a black suit with sunglasses and white sneakers.
Former actress Chrishell – who was previously married to Justin Hartley – has also spoken in the past about the reaction to their relationship.
Opening up about the reception they received from the public when their relationship was confirmed, she admitted that they saw huge amounts of ‘trolling’ and online abuse.
‘Of course, we had supportive messages, but it was an unbelievable flood of trolling,’ she told Vogue Australia.
‘Every day I’m seeing, like, three positive comments and then hundreds of puke emojis and midlife crisis comments.
‘At first, it felt so heavy, like, “What have you done?” because it brought all this negativity to G’s life.’
‘We could have kept everything quiet,’ G explained, before Chrishell added: ‘But then… then they win. They quiet you and take your voice.’
Reps for Chrishell Stause have been contacted for comment.