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Who Is Ian Jordan, Karamo Brown's Boyfriend?

Queer Eye is one of the hottest shows on Netflix, with an all-star cast that's got everyone talking.

Two of the men on the show have husbands: Tan France and Bobby Berk. Antoni Porowski, meanwhile, is dating Joey Krietemeyer.

What about Karamo Brown? For a while now, the former Real World reality star has been in a relationship with Ian Jordan.

In March, Brown posted the above photo to Instagram with the caption, "With my partner of 7 (almost 8) yrs at the @humanrightscampaign Gala. Over the years We’ve received so many racist comments from people who disapprove of us being in an interracial relationship. But ignorance will never win when love and kindness are leading the way. Wishing everyone the same happiness and joy that we have! #Love"

And just who is Ian Jordan?

Ian Jordan Is a Director

Jordan is part of the Directors Guild of America and works as an Assistant Director. His past projects include The Big Guy and Instant Mom.

Jordan's IMDB states that he also worked as the second assistant director on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and The Suite Life on Deck.

His Twitter bio reads, "Foodie, Assistant Director, and traveller with a sharp sense of humor." Jordan currently lives in LA, but hails from Westbrook, Maine.

Brown Has 2 Children

Brown has two children: Chris and Jason. In 2007, Brown learned he was the father of a ten-year-old boy named Jason. In 2010, he adopted Jason's half-brother. According to a 2015 article in The Advocate, Jason's mother was a friend of his from his teen years. The outlet reports that he did not learn about his son's identity until Jason's mother applied for benefits through the state.

Speaking about his family, Brown told the outlet, "Every single person was over-the-moon elated... At the time, there seemed no possible way I was having a child … unless I adopted later in life. And being a boy, I think everyone wanted for me to carry on the name. They were all over the roof."

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