11 November 2013, they tied the knot at Frederiksberg Town Hall in the Danish capital.
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When British Jonathan (right) and American Clay (left) met back in the summer of 2012 in a gay bar in Charleston, South Carolina, none of them had any idea that a little over a year later they would not just register as partners, but marry – let alone in Copenhagen.
When we were walking home, we passed the Alamo [a historic fortress].
It seemed like the right moment, so then I proposed," says Jonathan."Every Texas girl would just die to be proposed to in front of the Alamo," laughs Clay, who proposed back to Jonathan the next day.Clay, now 26, was living in Texas at the time and was only back home in South Carolina for his sister's 21st birthday, when he decided to go to the local gay bar for a drink. After some time the two started talking, and later that night they shared their first kiss of many.The couple kept in touch, and Jonathan visited Clay again during the autumn.Last December, Clay came over to Scotland to celebrate Hogmanay, the Scottish New Year's Eve. I had never been outside the United States," says Clay. We were in this bar, where you could write messages or proposals on a mirror.Two months later, Jonathan went to visit Clay in San Antonio in Texas. We were in Texas, so I just wrote Jonathan loves Clay.