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His mother passed him a tissue and he was able to continue, albeit with an emotion-choked voice.‘I promise to share my life with you and I promise to love and honour and support you.I will respect you and be true to you in good times and through bad times. The pair then exchanged rings, matching white gold bands encrusted with four diamonds which they had bought in New York.
These exclusive pictures by the Irish Mail on Sunday show Danny Ryan and Fergal Johnston as they registered their civil union in the Bracken Court Hotel in Balbriggan.‘But I think there should be full rights as regards adoption and other issues.Why shouldn’t we have the same rights as everyone else?Dublin but they had to get a mortgage as two friends, not as a couple.
‘It didn’t matter at the time as we just wanted to buy a house, but it would have been nice to have something official that recognised us as a couple.’ The pair are nonchalant about the necessity of buying the home as ‘just friends’, but it is a striking example of why proponents of gay rights have been so adamant in their struggle to have civil unions recognised. ’ Luckily, the answer was a strident ‘Yes yes yes’. ‘But then I read the note and I was shocked and delighted so I texted him straight away.’ Initially they planned to get married in the British embassy in Dublin on February 25.He spent years being ‘terrified’ of admitting he was gay to family and friends, although he now believes everyone knew his sexuality but never spoke about it.Fergal came out seven years ago, at the age of 23, when he met Danny.They signed the register and were officially pronounced civil partners – and when the registrar invited the newlyweds to kiss, their joy was evident.