David Harbour has heaped praise on his wife Lily Allen, calling her ‘deeply kind’ and ‘incredible’.
The Stranger Things actor married the Hard Out Here singer in Las Vegas in September, just over a year after they were first pictured together.
It seems the honeymoon period is still going strong, as David, 45, called Lily, 35, ‘incredible’ in a new interview.
The Hellboy star told People: ‘I married a beautiful, incredible woman who I love.
‘I have never met someone who is so deeply kind as her. I’ve never felt so taken care of and cared for by another human being.
‘She really is just a deeply kind individual and I love that about her.’
David and Lily first sparked romance rumours in September 2019 when they attended a boxing match together, and made their red carpet debut the following month.
In one of the nicest things to happen this year, the pair tied the knot in September this year at the Graceland Wedding Chapel, with an Elvis impersonator officiating.
After the wedding, the newlyweds celebrated by getting burgers from In-N-Out with Lily’s daughters, Ethel, nine, and Marnie, seven.
David confirmed their nuptials on Instagram, writing: ‘In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic.
‘Refreshments were served at a small reception following.’
Since then, the actor has been repping his wife on social media and supporting her venture into sex toys, after Lily launched a vibrator with Womanizer.
Defending the popstar against sexist remarks, David shared Lily’s ad for the brand and wrote: ‘I’m getting my wife one. Because of archaic idiotic ‘norms’, sex positivity and female pleasure seems hard to discuss in polite society. Dumb.
‘Have fun out there. You won’t go blind, I promise, cause believe me, from my vast rich history with self love, I know from whence I insta-caption.’
Meanwhile, Lily has got honest about her struggle to orgasm in the past.
The Smile singer told the You Come First podcast, she said: ‘I found pleasuring myself really difficult in many areas of my life – bar drugs and alcohol which I find easy. But I find it difficult to find the space and time to connect with myself as ultimately I didn’t feel comfortable with myself.
‘I felt very separate from my body so it was difficult to connect.
‘I can give advice to women and girls who feel like I did. All I can say is commit to it. I always thought I don’t deserve this so didn’t think I could reach climax. I told myself I was one of those people who can’t come, because I didn’t commit to it.’
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