After tying the knot earlier this year, Stephen Fry and Elliott Spencer could not be happier as they embarked on their romantic honeymoon adventure around the world.
However, the newlyweds were forced to cut part of their holiday short, with Elliott since revealing that this was due to them experiencing homophobic abuse.
We have no words.
It appears that things took a turn for the worse when they arrived in Honduras, which is a Central America country next to Guatemala.
Although homosexuality is not a crime in Honduras, which is an incredibly catholic country, gay marriage is banned, and Elliott explained: “We had a problem when we visited Honduras on holiday.
“It was homophobia. I don’t want to go into detail, but we had to leave.”
Despite the rather bitter end to their honeymoon, the 27 year old had previously admitted that travelling the world with his husband was a pretty bloomin’ amazing experience.
He told The Daily Mail: “Stephen takes me on his travels and he educates me.
“Many of the countries Stephen’s been to before, but he likes to see them through new eyes with me.
“It has been an amazing bonding experience.”
Stephen and Elliott said ‘I do’ in January this year, with it being thought that they had been dating since last summer.
We just hope that neither of them have let this horrible experience get to them too much, after all, they really do seem to be one of the happiest couples around.
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