Stause and G-Flip tied the knot in a ceremony in Las Vegas last May
Chrishell Stause and G-Flip aren’t shy about showing off their love.
The pair put their relationship on display at Thursday night’s G’Day USA Gala in Los Angeles, walking the red carpet hand in hand and sharing sweet PDA for all to see.
G-Flip, who was outfitted in a sleek black suit with a bandeau top and sunglasses, planted kisses on Stause inside the gala while the Selling Sunset star laughed and played along with her partner. Stause was glammed up for the big event in a light pink sequin halter column gown with a single rosette at her neck. She carried a matching purse to complete her look.
Ahead of the gala, G-Flip raved about Stause, 42, on the carpet to PEOPLE, saying that Stause was “running around looking gorgeous.”
“We adore each other,” they say of their relationship. “We’re having so much fun and we’re excited for our future. We’re so cute together.”
The Australian musician, 30, credits their solid communication skills for keeping their relationship going smoothly, especially when they’re both leading such busy lives — with G-Flip touring and Stause selling houses and starring on her Netflix show.
“We’re so good at making it work and doing FaceTimes all the time,” G-Flip says. “We make it work so well, and we’ve been solid from the get-go, even before we put the rings on, we were always very solid and I’m just very lucky and so very fortunate to have her as my person and my partner.”
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"They found love together in an unexpected place but nothing has ever felt more real to them," a source told PEOPLE at the time.
The couple first met on Halloween in 2021 when Stause was still dating her Selling Sunset co-star, Jason Oppenheim, and G Flip was also in a relationship.
The Australian musician recalled the aftermath of their first encounter with the actress during an episode of the PEOPLE Every Day podcast.
"We were both with our ex-partners then ... And then, we obviously separated from our partners, and we just started talking and stuff," they explained. "We just found a lot of similarities, even though people would think we are from like different corners of the world. We find ourselves so similar sometimes."
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