Humberly González Boyfriend (Partner): Who Is Her Husband? Is She Married?

Owen Weimann

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Humberly González Boyfriend (Partner): Who Is Her Husband? Is She Married? – Humberly González is in a relationship with her longtime boyfriend (partner), Jonathan Groeneweg. The couple have been together for more than 8 years as they started dating in 2015. However, Humberly and Jonathan have yet to become a wife and a husband as they are not married yet.

Now that the holidays have started, every streaming platform is releasing movies and TV shows for families to enjoy. Hallmark Channel, as usual, has also released a Christmas movie that is winning the hearts of many.

Friends & Family Christmas, Hallmark’s first lesbian movie, explores the life of two friends, Amelia and Dani, who are forced into a fake relationship by their parents but eventually fall in love with each other.

Meanwhile, audiences also have been interested in the lead cast’s personal lives, especially the Dani actress, Humberly González. People want to know who her boyfriend (husband) is. Well, here’s everything you need to know about her partner.

Previously, we touched on Ali Liebert & if she has a baby.

Humberly González Has Been Dating Her Boyfriend (Partner), Jonathan Groeneweg, Since 2015: Is He Her Husband Though?

If follow Humberly González on Instagram (@humberly), you might be aware that she does not really share her personal information, especially her relationship. One might even believe she is single but she isn’t. She is in a long-term relationship with her boyfriend, Jonathan Groeneweg.

Even though the Friends & Family Christmas star does not reveal anything about her romance, her partner is just the opposite. Jonathan has shared more than enough posts on his private Instagram (@jonathangroeneweg) that prove that they have been deeply in love with each other for a long time.

Humberly González and her boyfriend, Jonathan Groeneweg. blurred-reality.comHumberly González and her boyfriend, Jonathan Groeneweg.
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As per various reports, Humberly González and her boyfriend have been together since 2015. Jonathan has shared photos of the two making memories on various vacations, celebrating their anniversaries, dressing up in costumes, going out for great nights on the town, and so much more. He recently shared memories of them on their seventh anniversary on July 31, 2022.

Throughout their journey, we can learn that they are the most understanding couple for each other. They are united when enduring the most difficult period in order to enjoy the happiest moment. The pair have been there for each other, they have developed together, and they have made their aspirations a reality; the most important thing is that they are made for one another.

However, they have yet to become a husband and a wife. It appears the couple has not decided to get married yet. Regardless, considering they both are already in their 30s and have been together for more than 8 years, we wouldn’t be surprised if they get married very soon.

More About Humberly González’s Boyfriend (Partner), Jonathan Groeneweg!

According to his personal website, Humberly González‘s partner, Jonathan Groeneweg is a professional photographer and digital artist who has been residing in Canada since 2015. He has a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media from Ryerson University, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the University of Calgary. He is also the owner of an exhibition studio, Smokestack, located in Canada.

Humberly González's partner, Jonathan Groeneweg, is a professional photographer. blurred-reality.comHumberly González’s partner, Jonathan Groeneweg, is a professional photographer.
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He also teaches at the Ontario College of Art & Design University. Jonathan’s perseverance paid off when he was named the winner of the SNAP photography competition for best documentary submission in 2015.

Furthermore, in 2013, he received the RBC Emerging Photographer of the Year award. In addition, he has traveled abroad on several projects related to his work and had the opportunity to create a community-based arts practice. He also won the Roots in the Garden award in 2014.