Olympian Johnny Weir's husband Victor Voronov was closeted until two months before the couple married in New York City in 2011.

Appearing on Bethenny Frankel's talk show, Bethenny, Voronov said that his engagement also served as a coming out to friends and family.

“Before we got married, he was actually in the closet until about two months before we were married,” Weir told Frankel.

“Oh my god, what?” Frankel screamed.

“Yeah, I was in the closet,” said Voronov, a lawyer. “I told my family a month before we got married. And then my friends only found out in People magazine ...”

“That's crazy,” Frankel said.

Voronov said that he knew he was gay “probably since I was the age of about 6 or 8.”

Frankel joked that Voronov came out to date “the gayest person alive.”

“Mom, I just want to let you know that I'm gay and I married the gay person in the dictionary when you look up the word gay. I married that guy,” Frankel said, imitating Voronov.

Voronov added that everyone, including his “tough Soviet” father, was supportive. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)