Raven-Symoné and her "partner" AzMarie Livingston are just like your average couple: They binge-watch TV shows, they support each other and even fight about what to watch next.
But The View co-host tells People magazine that she isn't thinking too far ahead when it comes to their relationship, as they're both focusing on the here and now. When asked whether children or marriage were on the table for the couple anytime soon, she quipped, "I'll get there one day."
For now, both Symoné and Livingston are enjoying career highs. The former America's Next Top Model contestant is busy filming Empire while the That's So Raven alum recently joined the famous talk show.
"My partner is in a show that people are going ape crazy for," Symoné says of the hit Fox TV show, on which she, too, guest starred. "I'm proud of her."
When they're not busy filming their own shows, they're at home watching Netflix and TV just like the rest of us. It turns out that Symoné is pretty particular about what to watch and when to watch it!
"I refuse to binge-watch shows with anyone unless it's my partner because I need to watch it when I need to watch it," she tells the magazine. "Right now, I can't watch the rest of Suits because I gotta wait for her. I'm like, 'I want to watch it now!'"
The Cosby Show star keeps her personal life private but opened up to Oprah Winfrey about her partner and coming out in an interview in 2014. One of the topics the women addressed occurred in August 2013, when the Supreme Court ruled that the ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
At the time, she tweeted, "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you." Many people interpreted it as her publicly coming out. When asked to explain, she replied, "That was my way of saying I'm proud of the country. But, I will say that I'm in an amazing, happy relationship with my partner. A woman."
"People in my family, they've taught me to keep my personal life to myself as much as possible. So, I try my best to hold the fence where I can," Raven added. "But I am proud to be who I am and what I am."
But she told Winfrey, "I don't want to be labeled 'gay.' I want to be labeled 'a human who loves humans.'"