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Elliot Page & Mae Martin Got Matching Tattoos & They're the Cutest

Elliot Page and Mae Martin

Elliot Page and Feel Good star Mae Martin got matching tattoos — and we’ve officially got new favorite celebrity BFFs!

The pair of nonbinary Canadian actors posted a pic to Instagram yesterday, showing off their brand new matching coffee cup tattoos. Page got his on his arm, while Martin got theirs on their side.

The two friends got masked up and went to Midway Tattoo shop in Toronto to get the ink.

This isn’t the first time the two have been seen hanging out since both came out. And we highly doubt it will be the last!

In July, Martin posted a picture of the two on Instagram enjoying some drinks together. “Reunion with true stud @elliotpage,” they captioned the pic. Page also shared the pic and called Martin a “heartthrob.” The two also hung out at comedian Tom Green’s birthday party at the end of July.

For now, it seems the two are close friends, but is something else potentially brewing? Do we have a new T4T all-star couple to root for? Page divorced Emma Portner early this year, and we don’t know of anyone in Martin’s life. Only time will tell.

Back in April, Martin came out as nonbinary. “The way I feel about my gender identity is ongoing and evolving, and it's personal, but I thought it might be good to say for clarity in case anyone finds it helpful — I'm nonbinary,” they wrote. “I'm very bisexual and attracted to people of all genders.”

They also address and explore their gender and coming out in the recent second season of their Netflix dark comedy series Feel Good

The Umbrella Academy star Page had come out back in December of last year, changing his name to Elliot and telling the world they use he/they pronouns. Since then, Page has appeared on the cover of Time Magazine and is going to be honored with the Outfest Annual Achievement Award on August 22.

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