They had actually proposed to each other five years before but kept it a secret until it was legal.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, who own a townhouse in Harlem, are adding a Hamptons property to their trophy real estate collection — one with plenty of room for their adorable twins, Harper and Gideon.
The duo paid .5 million — down from the original .49 million asking price in 2014 — for the sprawling East Hampton estate once owned by Grove Street Press publisher Barney Rosset, who published controversial books like D. Lawrence’s “Lady Chatterley’s Lover,” Henry Miller’s “Tropic of Cancer” and “The Autobiography of Malcolm X.” The purchase was first reported by Behind The
The estate, at 400 Hands Creek Road, is on 13.5 acres adjacent to 10 acres of town-owned reserve land.
Barney's lookalike proves to be the most difficult to track down, as the Barnman himself dons several disguises in order to trick Marshall and Lily into conceiving a child.
I'm going to ignore the fact that they ultimately track down Barney's twin, because instead we've found a real-life doppelganger. The cheekbones are a little more severe — which makes sense since he claims to be 14 years younger than NPH — but everything else matches up. Apparently it all started when someone else on the site requested an NPH Ask Me Anything thread — can this happen, please?! Since the internet is ruled by the command “Pics or it didn't happen,” it wasn't long before he shared this self-portrait.