Ellen Page shares topless photo of her and wife Emma Portner to celebrate Pride Month

The 'Juno' star had revealed in January 2018 that she officially had tied the knot with her 24-year-old partner and professional dancer Emma Portner


                            Ellen Page shares topless photo of her and wife Emma Portner to celebrate Pride Month

Actress Ellen Page is celebrating Pride Month with her professional dancer wife Emma Portner. The couple, at the beginning of the month, posted an intimate picture of embracing each other.

The 32-year-old celebrity posted the topless picture of her and her wife as they are about to kiss and captioned the photo: "HAPPY PRIDE!!! Sending love".

The Juno star, in January 2018, revealed that she officially had tied the knot with her 24-year-old partner. The actress began posting pictures with Portner on social media in summer 2017.

The star, in an interview with PorterEdit, had admitted that she is "so in love" and absolutely adores "being married." 



 

"I’ll be walking my dog, and I start talking to people, and I end up telling them about my wife and making them look at our Instagram. I’m that person,” Page had said in the interview.

The actress, who is starring in the new Netflix series 'The Umbrella Academy', came out as gay at a Human Rights Campaign event in 2014 where she gave a stirring speech that earned her a standing ovation.

Page said that she was ready to come out in hopes that her experience would help other people struggling with their sexuality, according to reports.

She also acknowledged that Hollywood is more accepting of gay stars now than it was when she was younger. 

(L-R) Emma Portner and Ellen Page attend the screening of IFC Films "The Cured" at AMC Dine-In Sunset 5 on February 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

The actress, who has become an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights, told PorterEdit: "I remember being in my early 20s and really believing it was impossible for me to come out. But, over time, with more representation, hearts and minds have changed. It doesn’t happen quickly enough and it hasn’t happened enough, particularly for the most marginalized in the community. But things have got better.”