Now, this is the kind of front cover we want to see!

                                  Read on to see the stunning photos for yourselves and to learn more about this beautiful couple...

                                  Model Aweng Ade-Chuol has just made history...

                                  By posing on the front cover of Elle Magazine...Kissing her wife.

                                  This beautiful photoshoot comes after the model received tonnes of homophobic abuse over her marriage...

                                  But the happily married couple has just proven that love wins, no matter what!

                                  Now, Aweng certainly didn't have the easiest start in life.

                                  Born in the?Kakuma Refugee Camp?in?Kenya, her family fled from the Second Sudanese Civil War just before she was born.

                                  When she was just 7-years-old, her family moved to Sydney, Australia to start a new life.

                                  They were granted asylum, and haven't looked back since.

                                  At the age of eighteen, when she was working in a local McDonald's to fund her studies at Law School, Aweng was passed a business card over the counter.

                                  The card was given to her by a well-dressed woman who said: "You’re going to be a superstar. You’ll thank me one day."

                                  With distinctive facial scars and amazingly high cheekbones, Aweng was born to model.

                                  Within 2 weeks of being scouted at McDonald's, Aweng was flown to Paris, where she walked exclusively for Vetements - one of the biggest shows in the fashion calendar.

                                  The next day, she woke to the news that she’d been signed by agencies in Paris, Milan, New York, and London.

                                  Since then, she’s become one of the industry’s most in-demand models, securing iconic magazine covers and campaigns with?Burberry?and Balmain x Puma, and walking for Rihanna’s debut?Savage x Fenty show. Most recently, she featured in?Beyoncé’s visual album?Black Is King, alongside Naomi Campbell and Oscar-winning actor?Lupita Nyong’o.

                                  So, it's safe to say...

                                  Aweng has made quite the life for herself.

                                  But it's her personal life that's plunged the model into the headlines as of late.

                                  Aweng came out as a lesbian quite recently on Twitter, and even though this triggered a wave of support - in particular from Sudanese girls going through the same thing - it brought on a tsunami of homophobic abuse.

                                  This is sadly something that many people experience when coming out as gay...

                                  But the model put the negativity behind her, which lead to her meeting Lexy, the owner of the New York City high-end nail company, Palmpered,?in January 2019.

                                  After dating for 9 months, the couple got engaged...

                                  And they tied the knot in December 2019 at the New York City Hall, having matching "XII" tattoos on their ring fingers instead of wedding rings.

                                  And we must say...

                                  They make for the most beautiful of couples!

                                  But sadly, in the weeks following their marriage, the homophobic abuse reached an all-time high for Aweng...

                                  And this is when things hit rock-bottom. "That is really baffling to me, and I’m still processing it,’ said Aweng to Elle. "We got married and the whole world, literally the whole of my community, were wishing that I passed, in a way. A few months later, I attempt [suicide]. It was really absurd, because subconsciously I felt I was maybe drained by the fact we’d got married. It’s still a discussion now, like, 'How dare she marry a woman?' You can’t control what people say, and there were tabloids and newspapers back in Sudan… It was a whole thing."

                                  "It was saddening, because it was the happiest day of my life, and they couldn’t let me enjoy it."

                                  Aweng spent a total of 9 days in the hospital following her suicide attempt. But fast-forwarding to today, with the help of her wife, Aweng is now in a much better (and much happier) place.

                                  So much so...

                                  That she decided to celebrate it by posing on the front cover for this month's edition of Elle Magazine, with Lexy right by her side... And believe us when we say this, it's the most stunning thing you'll ever see.

                                  Aweng and Lexy's beautiful and intimate photos have been viewed by people all around the world...

                                  And it's truly heartwarming to see all the love pouring in for the married couple.

                                  Here are the stunning photos:

                                  Recalling meeting Lexy, the model said: "I’m the kind of person who has met many beautiful people, and it’s like, OK, cool, bye… But after I saw her [they met by chance at a work meeting], I annoyed the sugar out of her until she gave me her personal number!"

                                  Due to the couple now living in London in the U.K, Lexy is yet to meet Aweng's family in Australia...

                                  But according to Aweng, they already love her like their own daughter, especially after what happened earlier this year. "My mother loves her, my siblings adore her and my family are my life, in a way. It made me feel at peace to know that the thirteen people who raised me love her."

                                  Since Aweng's suicide attempt, the couple has been focusing on their relationship and helping one another grow...

                                  "After 2020, I’m not really a people person anymore. I’ve become more of a people person for the people who love me." Congratulations, Aweng and Lexy! For more inspiring stories, read on...

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