Ellen degeneres dating portia rossi
“You’ve done amazing work for elephants and you can just continue and support whatever you want to do.” De Generes was in tears at the thoughtfulness of the gift.
“When we got married, Portia said, ‘It’s good to be loved, it’s profound to be understood,'” the talk show host said.
Ellen De Generes can't stop gushing about her wife Portia de Rossi as they celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary on 16 August.
The couple tied the knot in 2008 and have been inseparable all through the years.
The duo started dating in 2004 and tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at their LA home in 2008.
They've shared smiley moments on the red carpet, romantic vacations abroad, and sweet selfies.
Her post has since got over one million likes with anniversary wishes pouring in from her fans.
In another Instagram post, the former Scandal actress shared a cute picture of De Generes and her cuddling each other at a candle light dinner.
“This is the first initiative for the fund that you can take and do whatever you want with it,” she said. In a loving tribute to her life partner on Instagram, the talk show host said being wife to the Australian actress is "the greatest thing." "Portia de Rossi and I got married 9 years ago today.Being her wife is the greatest thing I am," the 59-year-old comedienne captioned an adorable black and white image of the couple on their wedding day where they both are smiling ear to ear.“It’s your 60th birthday and this gift had to be really special and it had to represent who you are and what you really care about,” de Rossi explained. What you were influenced by and what has made you the amazing person that you are today.” De Rossi used questions from the couple’s earliest days of dating, such as who her wife idolized and what she would do if she weren’t a famous entertainer, telling the audience that De Generes regularly says she feels like she’s “not doing enough.” Then she unveiled the most meaningful gift imaginable for her wife: plans to build the Ellen De Generes Campus of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund in Rwanda.Fossey was an American activist who studied and worked to protect endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda through the ’70s and ’80s.