Yellowstone Stars Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison Heat Up Social Media with Their Steamy Romance!

Yellowstone stars Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison have made their relationship official by sharing a romantic photo of themselves on Instagram. In the picture, the couple can be seen kissing in front of a large bonfire, with flames burning high above them. Bingham shared the photo with his 633,000 followers and captioned it, “More than a spark,” tagging Harrison in the post. She replied to the post in the comments section, writing, “I love you, cowboy.” Both of them wore blue jeans, camo jackets, and rubber boots for their outdoorsy shot.



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Bingham, who is a Grammy-winning musician and has released six studio albums to date, was previously married to Anna Axster for 12 years until 2021. The couple has three children together. Harrison, on the other hand, was in a relationship with One Tree Hill alum Austin Nichols until 2020.

Rumors of the couple’s romance began circulating last month when Bingham commented on Harrison’s March 20 birthday post. Fans speculated that the two were dating, with some expressing excitement and others suggesting that the relationship was already happening.

On the popular drama series Yellowstone, Bingham plays the role of Walker, a ranch hand, musician, and former convict, while Harrison portrays fellow ranch hand Laramie. The show follows the Dutton family, who control the largest cattle ranch in the United States, as they navigate shifting alliances, unsolved murders, and vicious business rivalries.

Although Yellowstone is currently in its fifth season and was expected to return with new episodes in summer 2023, reports of Kevin Costner’s departure from the show have cast doubt on its future. Despite this, several spinoffs have been announced, including the prequel 1883 starring Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford-led 1923, and 6666, which is set in West Texas rather than Montana.

ViacomCBS President Chris McCarthy recently confirmed that a Matthew McConaughey-led spinoff of the popular Paramount+ series is moving forward, regardless of Costner’s involvement. While McCarthy expressed hope that Costner would continue to be a part of the franchise, he acknowledged that the show’s success is not solely dependent on him.