What Wegan did next

Married influencers Whitney and Megan Bacon-Evans share the story of their fairytale romance



You may well be familiar with Whitney and Megan Bacon-Evans’ love story. It’s a modern day lesbian fairytale of two beautiful blondes from opposite sides of the pond who met on MySpace and wifed up in Windsor, where they lived happily ever after and, as this is a 21st century romance, documented every moment of their adventures on social media.


Perhaps you’re among their 130,000+ followers, who lap up snaps of their Instaperfect pink-hued lives, subscribe to their YouTube channel What Wegan Did Next, and watch out for them in TV shows like BBC One’s Britain’s Relationship Secrets With Anne Robinson and TLC’s Say Yes To The Dress UK. Having travelled with them on a press trip to Stockholm, I can confirm they are the coupliest couple I’ve ever met and just as adorable IRL as they are online. They spend 24 hours a day with each other, running their growing business empire, which includes dating agency Find Femmes, feminist clothing line Aloher and the flourishing M W Digital Consultancy. And on top of all that, these two fashionistas share clothes, make-up and even have their hair highlighted the same sunkissed shade.




Read the rest of this interview in the November issue of DIVA, available now at www.divadirect.info and the links below.



Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.


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