Engagement Congrats for Out Gay Aussie Chef & MKR Star Jordan Bruno

Congratulations go to Australian out gay chef Jordan Bruno on his upcoming wedding to fiancé Dan Taylor. The My Kitchen Rules star recently took to TikTok to share their journey from boyfriends to being engaged.


The big day, so far, is planned for November of this year. In addition to his title of Mr. Gay World 2018, Jordan is an active LGBTQ+ activist, private chef and author.


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You can read what he's up to on the recently launched jordanbruno.com.au/ . Read and watch more about Jordan's upcoming nuptials below...


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Their wedding is planned for November next year, with the couple choosing stunning venue Stonebarn in Pemberton, WA for their nuptials.


My Kitchen Rules star Jordan Bruno has revealed his wedding plans after announcing his engagement to handsome beau Dane Taylor back in May, 2021.


Jordan has been already drawing up his modern Australian menu.


'It will have an earthy and natural aesthetic with modern Australian food (so croc and kangaroo on the menu),' he said.




The handsome star also revealed that the couple plan on starting a family.

'Family is on the agenda, he [Dane] wants to be a young dad so we have started to look into surrogacy, but I'm also open to adoption so we will have to wait and see,' he said.


Speaking about their love story, Jordan said their attraction was instant.




'We met in a coffee shop and the chemistry was instant,' Jordan said.


'I knew he was 'the one' pretty early on, largely because everything was just so easy,' he added.


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Jordan describes Dane as 'unbelievably kind' and deeply emotionally intelligent.


'He has always been unbelievably kind, gentle, and emotionally intelligent - also helps me roll out lots of ravioli when I have big catering jobs,' he said.

Jordan competed on My Kitchen Rules with his mother Anna back in 2016, where he reached the semi-finals.



The hunky Perth native then went on to become an LGBT+ activist and also won Mr Gay World back in 2018.


Jordan now has a number of businesses under his website Jordan Bruno, which includes food seminars and a modern Australian food truck.


He is also an in-demand private chef for plush dinner parties.


Source, Caleb Taylor for Daily Mail Australia.