In the middle of the pandemic, David Harbour found a reason for celebration. He and Lily Allen began dating in 2019, and Harbour moved into Allen’s home during quarantine. Allen has two young daughters, and Harbour told The Guardian that he “wanted to be very clear that I love their mother and that I wanted to take care of them and be there for them as a friend and stepfather.” With that in mind, he and Allen decided to get married.
The wedding was supposed to be quiet and unpublicized, but social media had to rear its ugly head. Harbour, Allen, and the girls traveled to Las Vegas for the wedding, but after they obtained a marriage license in Clark County, the register office tweeted out the news. “There was once a time where what happened in Vegas stayed in Vegas,” Harbour told The Guardian.
Since the news had already been broken to the world, the two of them decided to post some pictures to Instagram. In the caption to his post, Harbour wrote, “In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic.”