Judge Rinder has become a bit of a daytime legend… but there’s something the folks at home want to know about him… who is his partner and is he married?
Is Judge Rinder gay?
Yes, Robert Rinder, the star of ITV’s daytime courtroom show Judge Rinder is in fact gay. He married his partner Seth Cumming, a political adviser to former Chancellor, turned Evening Standard editor George Osborne, in a beautiful ceremony in Ibiza in July 2013. The ceremony was officiated by his friend and actor Benedict Cumberbatch at the stunning location. The couple were married for over four years before they parted ways in 2018.
His business buddy and former GAYUK cover star Ivan Massow was at the wedding who shared these pictures of Robert and Seth getting married. Actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who is a legally ordained minister can be seen taking control of the cliff top ceremony which took place at the Hacienda Hotel on the sunny party island of Ibiza.
Sadly the pair split in 2018 after 4 years of marriage, although the couple were together for 11 years in total. They announced their split in January 2018. No third parties are believed to be involved in the “amicable” split.
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