Michael Christopher Foley is a 31-year-old American guy currently working as an associate director in Manhattan. He purchased commercial airtime, for OMD, a division of Omnicom, the advertising company.
But letting all his professional life aside, you guys might hit a bump if you get to know about Christopher's personal side of life. Just so you know, he is gay and is married to Christopher Lucas.
Not all the countries have legalized the gay marriage. If you are a gay by your sexuality and living in a country that legalized the gay marriage then you are few of the lucky couples. Likewise, the advertising company director Michael Foley is a lucky person who is married to Lucas.
Michael Christopher Foley and Christopher Lucas, Source: nytimes.com
Michael and Lucas remained in the relationship for over seven years before they thought about their marriage. The New York native Christopher Foley is a current senior manager of magazine strategy at Macy's.
Michael, an associate director of OMD met his current wife Lucas at the time they both were working at the same media agency, MediaCom. Both were the new hires at that time and they built their friendship since then.
Later on, Lucas told a magazine, "I always knew Michael would be the person I wanted to spend the rest of my life with ever since I met him and went on our first
Before they married in June 2015, they remained as an engaged couple for about one and a half year. Later on, they organized their marriage ceremony in Stony Brook, New York. And The New York Times first announced their marriage officially.
After the marriage, Lucas told that he proposed his husband Michael in Ireland at the Cliffs of Mother. He also added, he knew that going Ireland would be the best place to propose him for the marriage as Ireland is Michael's best and favorite place.
Christopher Lucas, Source: Twitter
One most important thing changed the scenario of their love life at its beginning and at the current time. It's the rule that the United States implemented helped the couples like them to be treated as other normal couples. Lucas also told on the same topic as:
"It feels amazing to now have the [same] rights as every other couple in the United States and have our marriage recognized in any state. I am sure in years to come, younger generations will wonder why this was ever an issue"