Tayce was delighted to have received the considerate message about pronouns from their father (Picture: Instagram/itstayce/BBC)
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Tayce has paid shared the love for their father after he sent them a sweet message about pronouns.
Tayce, who appeared on the second series of the British version of the show earlier this year, shared a screenshot of the message from their father with fans.
It read: ‘Babes, just a thought. How do you recognise/identify yourself, he/him or she/her?’
Posting the picture to their Instagram, Tayce wrote: ‘Woke up to this message from my Dad and honestly SOMEONE GIVE THIS GEM AN AWARD!
‘These are the questions parents should be asking and some of ya’ll dads out there need to do A LOT BETTER! Take notes from mine. Love you Dad.’
They became known for their close friendship with fellow contestant A’Whora with a storyline following their relationship on the programme.
A’Whora recently explained the history between her and fellow competitor Tayce, explaining how the pair ‘amped up’ their relationship for their season.
It was revealed they were previously romantically involved when Lawrence commented on their ‘sexual tension’ to Ru early on in the series (cue Tayce’s iconic quote, ‘the cheek, the nerve, the gall, the audacity and the gumption!’).
Tayce rose to fame on the second series of Drag Race UK (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Ray Burmiston)
Tayce and A’Whore played up their relationship while on the show (Picture: BBC/World of Wonder/Ray Burmiston)
During a Zoom chat with Metro.co.uk and other press in March, A’Whora claimed while something had happened back in the day, they purposely played it up to the camera.
A’Whora explained that while at first the constant references to their former fling bothered them, they decided to use it to their advantage.
‘At first it was like, why is our business being played on the national television? You know what I mean? It was like you know, we don’t want this around everywhere,’ she said.
‘But you know someone gave them a little nudge nudge and a wink wink and said you know these two have had a little sum’n sum’n, so we just at that point was like girl, whatever happens, they’re going to ride it out, they’re going to try and roll with it so we’ve got to roll with it too.
‘So we just kept amping it up. We kept feeding them like little bits like fish bites, just to get the little peckers going, get them little horns on the rise. And I think you know… it created good TV.’
Credit: Original article published here.