Luxembourg PM First EU Leader To Marry Same-Sex Partner
Luxembourg's prime minister has become the first serving EU leader - and second leader in the world - to marry a same-sex partner. Xavier Bettel married Gauthier Destenay on Friday in a private ceremo...
Luxembourg PM First EU Leader To Marry Same-Sex Partner
Luxembourg's prime minister has become the first serving EU leader - and second leader in the world - to marry a same-sex partner. Xavier Bettel married Gauthier Destenay on Friday in a private ceremo...
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