Known as one of New York’s most famous gay couples, Neil Patrick Harris and longtime partner David Burtka, have yet to join the hundreds of pairs who said ‘I Do’ in the now equal rights state.

Harris appeared on Bravo’s show “Watch what happens Live,” on Monday night, and confirmed that although the pair took to their Twitter accounts on the night of June 24 to share their excitement about New York State passing marriage equality, they have no immediate plans of getting hitched.

“We have no plans to. We’ve had rings on our right hands for five years. We proposed to each other separately at different times, ages ago.”

“The Smurfs” star confessed that him and his beau planned to make it official in California before Proposition 8 was passed.

“We have contemplated it here (N.Y.)” he said. “The problem is that if you say ‘yes we are planning a wedding’ it becomes a big, giant thing.”

The couple, fathers of twins, was excited for the more than 800 couples who got married this past weekend but said:

“We are certainly not planning a wedding.”

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