Elliot Page & Mae Martin get matching tattoos

Elliot Page (left) and Mae Martin (right)
Elliot Page and Mae Martin Photo: Screenshot/Instagram

Actors Elliot Page and Mae Martin have been spotted hanging out lately and just posted a photo of the two of them with matching tattoos.

The duo got matching coffee cups. Page’s tattoo is on his arm while Martin’s is on their side.

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“Someone stop us from getting more tattoos. Thanks,” Martin posted on Instagram along with a photo of the duo posing for the camera with their fresh ink.

The two both posted the same selfie with each other to their respective Instagrams last month.

“Chilling with this heartthrob,” Page captioned his post. Martin said on their post, “reunion with true stud @elliotpage.”

The pair have not said they are in a relationship, but the entertainers have a lot in common — both are Canadian and have come out publicly in the last year. Page came out in December 2020 as transgender, while Martin came out as non-binary and bisexual in April.

Martin described to the New York Times how they “weirdly met” Page “in a bar when we were 19.”

“I was like a weird sort-of homeless stoner – I had an apartment, but there were no locks on the door… [and] Elliot was filming X-Men [The Last Stand] at the time, I think, and we had a mutual friend,” Martin said.

The two reconnected years later and have been friends ever since. Page confided in Martin prior to coming out publicly, which Martin said “was very inspiring, and reassuring.” It helped Martin with their own understanding of their gender identity, which came “in the midst of it all” when they were “feeling quite stressed about it.”

“It’s nice to have someone you can bounce off of who’s going through something similar,” they said.


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