Star Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Partner Get Matching Tattoos on Anniversary

Braunwyn Windham-Burke, known for her appearance on The Real Housewives of Orange County, and Jennifer Spinner have marked a very special date in permanent ink.

**The Meaningful Ink**

On Saturday, The Real Housewives of Orange County alum, 45, shared a series of photos on Instagram showing off her and her partner’s new matching tattoos.

**A Profound Connection**

Expressing her affection, Windham-Burke shared the tattoo reveal on Instagram, accompanied by a heartfelt caption: “We did (another) thing. A year ago today I got a DM… the rest is history!! Here’s to a lifetime of saying ‘I’m in.’ Love ya @hashtag_blessed.” Spinner, in response, added a touch of humor, saying, “I love you. Best thing to ever come out of Instagram… besides anything Taylor Swift related.”

**Individual Tributes**

In addition to their matching tattoos, the couple opted for personal tributes. Windham-Burke showcased her “Jen” tattoo on her left wrist, while Spinner proudly displayed the letter “B” for Braunwyn in permanent ink on her left hand. These individual tattoos serve as permanent reminders of their deep connection.

**Documenting the Journey**

Windham-Burke took her followers along for the ride, sharing glimpses of the tattooing process. The carousel of photos featured an artist outlining “Jen” with a blue pen and the couple posing with their freshly inked arms, wrapped in bandages. The tattooing experience was a significant part of their beautiful life and love.

**Exploring Nashville Together**

The couple recently relocated to Nashville, and they took the opportunity to explore their new hometown. The Instagram carousel offered a glimpse into their adventures, including snapshots of the Nashville city skyline, their hotel, and Windham-Burke posing confidently on the streets in a vibrant burnt orange maxi dress.

**Fostering Change for the LGBTQ+ Community**

Windham-Burke and Spinner are passionate about making a positive impact within the LGBTQ+ community. In a recent interview with PEOPLE (A news Agency), Windham-Burke discussed their decision to move to the South as a queer couple.

They aim to create a safe and inclusive environment for future generations, challenging stereotypes and prejudices along the way.

**Love, Commitment, and Unofficial Nuptials**

In February, the couple celebrated their love with an unofficial wedding ceremony in Las Vegas. Windham-Burke explained, “We were talking and we were like, ‘F— it, let’s just go and do it. I know I’m going to be with you for the rest of my life, you know you’re going to be with me for the rest of my life. What are we waiting for?’ She’s the love of my life. She’s my soul mate. And as she’s told me, I’m hers. Neither of us thought we’d have love like this and we’d find our person. So we just wanted our life to begin.”

While their legal marriage status may be pending, Windham-Burke and Spinner are determined to navigate life’s journey hand in hand.

They share a profound love and devotion, and their tattoos symbolize their commitment to building a future filled with joy, love, and acceptance.