In this week’s DIVA Dating Digest, we look at the Sex And The City star’s love life


Cynthia Nixon is, to put it simply, an icon. Donning the infamous role of Miranda Hobbes in the series Sex And The City, we have been obsessed with Cynthia and her sarcasm since the show began. We absolutely adored seeing her character grow and develop in the most recent spin-off show And Just Like That…

Seeing Miranda’s journey to uncovering her sexuality in And Just Like That feels especially authentic as Cynthia herself identifies as queer. After coming out in 2004, Cynthia has been a vocal advocate for queer issues and her own identity. 

Away from the screen, Cynthia has been a long-time political activist for a number of causes such as public education and legalising marijuana. Prior to the legalisation of same-sex marriage, Cynthia was a vocal advocate for the topic and hosted a fundraising event in support of Washington Referendum 74. 

So, who has had the pleasure to date the highly talented Sex And The City star? 

Christine Marinoni  

The And Just Like That actress first met her future wife in 2001 while campaigning to reduce public school class sizes. Naturally, the pair became firm friends. After years of friendship, they finally started dating in 2004. The couple got engaged in 2009 and tied the knot three years later once same-sex marriage was legalised in New York. 

The pair have one child together and have been fighting for LGBTQIA rights as a pair ever since they started dating. 

Danny Mozes 

Before Christine, Cynthia was dating her long-term partner Danny Mozes. The pair were together for 15 years before finally calling it quits, and during that time they had two children together. 

In 2018, Cynthia revealed that her eldest child from her relationship with Danny had come out as trans. She wrote: “I’m so proud of my son Samuel Joseph Mozes (called Seph) who graduated college this month. I salute him and everyone else marking today’s #TransDayofAction. #TDOA”

DIVA’s Dating Digest is a weekly feature where we look at the love lives of some of your favourite stars. 

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