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Lauren Speed & Cameron Hamilton Just Launched A YouTube Channel!

Plus 4 couples' vlogs you should tune Into ASAP.

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Anybody who tuned into Netflix's Love Is Blind knows that Cameron Hamilton and Lauren Speed were pretty much born to be together, and this is not up for debate.

Throughout the 10-episode series, we watched the couple fall in love through a pod without even meeting and then continue their romance into marriage, proving that true love really conquers all. Recently, Lauren and Cameron announced that they would be bringing their epic love story from the small screen to their brand new YouTube platform.

The couple, who now share a home and fur baby together, made the announcement in a brief video posted on their new page, Hanging With The Hamiltons, and they look happily married than a MF.

In their new vlog series, the two will give us an in-depth look at their new life as a couple and document their journey the entire way.

While we await new content from the Hamiltons, here are a few more couples' vlogs you can check out in the meantime:

Tobe & Fat

As a die-hard hip-hop fan, I may be totally and completely biased, but Tobe and Fat Nwigwe have the greatest couples' YouTube page of all time. Exemplifying Black love at its finest, tune-in to see this couple's dope AF love story unfold.

De'arra Taylor & Ken Walker

This couple may be young, but they are ready to spend the rest of their lives together. The duo is known widely on the internet as DK4L and has been documenting their love story since 2014. You can tune in on all the baecations and pranks here.

Queen Naija & Clarence White

In 2018, Queen Naija and her ex-husband, Chris Sails, finalized their divorce, but it wouldn't be long before the singer would find love again. Last January, she announced the birth of her son with Clarence White. You can normally catch her boo'd up with her bae on their joint YouTube account, Royal Family.

Ashley & Chea

This couple's love was so strong, they had to jump the broom twice. Ashley and Chea, who have been married since 2015, are on a mission to show the world what it looks like when "two people fall in love and allow their life to reflect what really matters in life."

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