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The couple has been together since 1997 and they even have a son named Finnigan Holden Mc Cormack who was born on July 1, 2002.
But even though the Emmy winning actor is all set to complete two decades of his marriage with Holden, he is still plagued by gay rumors.
Continue on through the lake region of Cavan and briefly cross the border into Fermanagh in Northern Ireland and along the shores of Lough Erne Upper and Lough Erne Lower to Belleek Pottery, one of the oldest potteries in the world dating from 1857.
Cross the border back into Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and travel on to Lough Eske.
After over a decade of playing a gay character, the handsome man has hardly gotten the opportunity to show off his true potential.
He wants to move from TV to movies but his image has held him back.' I have this big pink cross to bear,' he once said while attending the International Television Festival in Edinburgh.
For our tour vehicles we use 35-seater coaches, but limit the number of participants to 26.There are many such straight stars, who play LGBT character on-screen and there are countless gay actors who portrayed heterosexual characters on-screen. So, if he was actually a gay then we’re 100 percent sure that a confident person like Mc Cormack would have never hidden his sexuality.Moreover, now that homosexuality is pretty much accepted in North America and same-sex marriage is legal in both Canada and the USA, there is no reason for him to stay in the hypothetical closet.After some much needed sleep and a hearty full Irish breakfast we will depart for the 5 star Lough Eske Castle majestically set on the shores of Lough Eske in Donegal.Travelling west your route today will take through Meath, the Royal County due to its history as the seat of the High King of Ireland. Tara was the political and spiritual centre of Celtic Ireland and the seat of the High Kings until the 11th Century.