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Both and Newyear announce engagement after Thailand passes marriage equality bill

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Cue the wedding bells, Thai actors Both Nattapong and Newyear Kitiwhut are officially engaged. On 18 June, Thailand took a monumental step forward for LGBTQIA+ rights when 130 senators voted in favour of enacting marriage equality –which would make it the third territory in Asia after Nepal and Taiwan to do so.

Before it can be officially passed, Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn needs to endorse the bill. However, the process is considered a formality and is expected to be granted.

Since the news was announced, many of the country’s LGBTQIA+ citizens celebrated the groundbreaking decision on social media, including Both and Newyear, who announced their engagement.

In a magical video posted to Newyear’s TikTok account, Both is shown popping the question to the former in a room filled with rose bouquets.

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