True Blood's Stephen Moyer said he's proud of his fiancée Anna Paquin’s recent revelation that she is bisexual, RadarOnline.com can report.
RadarOnline.com was first to break the news in April that Paquin would announce she's bisexual in a public service announcement for True Colors, an advocacy group for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community.
Moyer said Paquin - who won an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress at age 11 for The Piano - told him she was attracted to both men and women at the very start of their relationship.
“I’ve never been in a relationship before in which, literally within the first three days, all the cards were laid out… It wasn’t something that was kept from me,” Moyer told Playboy Magazine. “I condone what she has done 100 percent, and it’s her business to talk about it, not mine. It doesn’t change anything. I’m proud of who she is.”
Moyer, 40, said that his faith and trust in Paquin, 27, has buoyed their relationship in good times and bad.
"She doesn’t pull punches. I’ll take 74,000 words to express an emotion because I fear hurting someone’s feelings," he said. "Anna will do it in three words. But we trust each other so implicitly that there’s never anything hurtful; it always comes from a loving place,” he told Playboy. “With Anna it’s just about pure trust, on camera and off. I have never trusted anybody like I trust Anna.”
True Blood airs on HBO Sundays at 9 pm.