A new advert for Google Home features gay dads, and it doesn’t make a big deal out of it at all.

The ad for the Google device last for just over half a minute, and shows off its capability to support and recognise multiple users.

The couple featured in the ad, Ross and Alex, both ask the device what is happening in their work days.


They do this while their kids look on, eating breakfast.

In the end, Ross realises he has a free morning and offers to take the kids to school.

The fact that the ad makes no big deal of the same-sex couple featured is pretty important.

Check out the show but sweet ad below:

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