The romance continues to shine for Zachary Quinto and Miles McMillan.
The celebrity couple went for a walk in New York City where they were spotted holding hands. In new pictures released from Daily Mail on Tuesday, the photos show the happy stars in good spirits for their casual outing.
Quinto wore a black shirt with grey pants and a hat while his model boyfriend sported a grey tank top with black jeans.
Check out the photos here.
Meanwhile, Quinto took to his Instagram page to express his grief over the Orlando shootings last weekend. After a gunman named Omar Mateen reportedly opened fire at Pulse gay nightclub killing 50 people, a number of people have taken a stand to say how this is not only an attack on gay people, but an attack on everyone.
The actor wrote how good can win over evil while expressing support to everyone who suffered from this horrific tragedy. As time goes on, he has faith that one day love will be the true power in this world.
"In time- after we grieve our fallen brothers and sisters- the tragedy of this senseless loss will only serve to strengthen our unity," he wrote. "Extremism will not undermine inclusion. The chaos of hatred will not triumph. The insanity of one will not overpower the solidarity of love. We stand in memory of those who are lost and hold our open hearts for their families. May light prevail over darkness and power be found in our prayers."
in time - after we grieve our fallen brothers and sisters - the tragedy of this senseless loss will only serve to strengthen our unity. extremism will not undermine inclusion. the chaos of hatred will not triumph. the insanity of one will not overpower the solidarity of love. we stand in memory of those who are lost and hold our open hearts for their families. may light prevail over darkness and power be found in our prayers.
A photo posted by Zachary Quinto (@zacharyquinto) on Jun 13, 2016 at 12:24pm PDT
The Orlando attack is currently being labeled as one of the worst massacres in American history. There were people who were shot dead as well as injured while others were taken hostage.