Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue has been engaged to British actor Joshua Sasse since February, but they won’t actually get married in Australia until same-sex marriage is legalized there.
The Guardian reports that the couple would ultimately like to hold the ceremony in Melbourne, which is Minogue’s hometown.
Talking to Australian television channel Network Seven on Thursday, Sasse said, “There are chances of a Melbourne wedding … [but] we will not get married until this law has passed in Australia.”
The couple hasn’t been coy regarding their stance on same-sex marriage. In fact, Sasse launched a campaign called “Say I Do, Down Under” this weekend that helps organizations working towards marriage equality.
“I was shocked to find out earlier this year that same-sex marriage in Australia is still illegal,” he reveals.
“There are many hurdles in order to achieve marriage equality, but we are now the closest we’ve ever been to that change,”
As Time reports, Australian actress Margot Robbie wore the campaign’s T-shirt on Saturday Night Live‘s season premiere last weekend.
A national referendum on same-sex marriage is scheduled in February.
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