Who is Tan France, how old is the Queer Eye fashion king and who's his husband Rob?

HE’S the British star of Netflix series Queer Eye and has a strong social media following on Instagram.

But what do we know about designer Tan France and how did he launch his career?

Who is Tan France?

English fashion designer Tan France was born in Doncaster to Pakistani parents, but now lives in the US.

He’s now most famous for being the fashion expert for the Netflix series Queer Eye.

He loved fashion from a young age, and was inspired to pursue it as a career by the Disney clothing made in his grandparent’s factory.

Tan studied fashion at Doncaster College and later worked for Zara and Selfridges before being made company director at Shade Clothing.

In 2011, he launched women's clothing line, Kingdom & State, and he now lives in Utah in the United States after officially moving across the pond in 2015.

Tan has an avid Instagram following now, with 689,000 fans on his @tanfrance account.

How old is Tan France?

Tan was born on April 20, 1983, which currently makes him 35 years old.

His parents gave him the name Tanweer Wasim Safdar but he later changed this to the catchy Tan France.

Tan’s Netflix show sees five gay men give straight men a makeover.

The star is said to have had no idea that the reboot of the 2003 Bravo series, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, would become a hit.

Tan said to Vogue: “People think we are lying when we say that, but there truly was no way of knowing just how massive this would become in a heartbeat.

“I thought it would be a niche programme that girls and gays would get behind. We couldn’t have been more wrong.”

Who is Tan France’s husband?

Tan met illustrator Rob France in the US and quickly realised he was the one.

Tan was raised a Muslim in the UK and Rob was raised a Mormon in Wyoming, and the pair have fused their beliefs.

In an interview with the New York Post, Tan France said: “We practice some of our religions’ practices. We don’t practice them all. We practice what works for us.”

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