The actor replied: "No darling," prompting an outpouring of comments from devoted followers. He previously told The Guardian: “It wasn’t a conscious decision,” "And it was only the other day that I realised it had been important somehow.
The star made a name for himself in The History Boys and TV series Sherlock, but believes it wasn't until he started taking on gay roles around six years ago that he says his career took off.
Russell Tovey and Steve Brockman have split, just months after confirming their engagement.
The Quantico star confirmed the news on Instagram, after deleting all traces of the rugby player from his page.
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"For so long, as a young actor, I had this anxiety about making sure I could get straight roles, and now I know that’s not necessary.
Related: Russell Tovey Lifts His Shirt To Lift Your Spirit. The guys have been dating for a while now, but their relationship didn’t start getting serious unless last summer.
Steve is a former Kings Cross Steelers rugby player, a London based team that became the first ever gay-inclusive rugby union club back in 1995.
Speaking about their happy news, Russell, 36, told uk: ‘Completely unexpected but very, very happy and looking forward to having a proper party to celebrate when back in London.’ The pair reportedly started dating back in 2016, before moving in together a year later.
During the early stages of their relationship, the Being Human star explained he was completely up for settling down and starting a family at some point in the future.