Jennifer Spinner and Braunwyn Windham-Burke have permanently inked a very significant date. The 45-year-old former cast member of TRHOC posted several images on Instagram on Saturday showcasing her and her partner’s new complementary tattoos. They completed yet another task and she recalls receiving a DM on that day the previous year and the rest was history. She was in, she said for an eternity of narrating that. The text was followed by a wide variety of hashtags including, #sogay, #matchingtattoos, #sayyestoeverything, #uhaul, #mine, and #loveislove. The date 15th July 2022, written in Roman numbers, is inked on their forearms just above their right elbows. Spinner, a 38-year-old, wrote that she loved her and that it was the best Instagram post apart from content related to Taylor Swift.
Braunwyn Windham-Burke Wishes To Support The LGBTQ+ Community In Her Area
While Jennifer, who identifies as a non-binary person and uses the pronouns she/her, has “B” which refers to Braunwyn on her hand in permanent ink, Windham-Burke also shared a photo of her “Jen” tattoo on her left wrist. The ex-reality star showed a glimpse of the tattooing procedure as a tattoo artist traced the letter “Jen” in the collection with a pen. Along with posing with the tattoo artist, the pair also had their newly inked arms wrapped.
A picture of the pair standing in front of their hotel was among the images on the carousel showing them taking around their current hometown of Nashville. Braunwyn Windham-Burke published solitary pictures of Spinner gazing out of the window of their hotel and at the waterfront city skyline. She ended her carousel by posting a photo of herself in her rustic orange long dress posing with her arms raised down the street. This Sunday, Braunwyn Windham-Burke posted a video of Spinner and her stroll through the park and subsequent visit to the Loveless Cafe on her Instagram Story.
In an interview with the media last month, Braunwyn Windham-Burke discussed her and Spinner’s choice to relocate around the South as a queer couple and how they intend to help the LGBTQ and the queer community improve the present landscape.