But fundamentally, I think if you're going to have a really, truly loving partnership, you have to be completely transparent, communicating and sharing everything.It's not always easy, the peeling sometimes hurts, but the deep love it fosters is clear to see.
They are geek royalty and, whether they like it or not, a poster couple for successful open marriages.
Five years ago Palmer told Out.com, I've never been comfortable in a monogamous relationship in my life.
I feel like I was built for open relationships just because of the way I function. The open-ness is grounded in total honesty with one another.
It's not a reactive decision like, 'Hey I'm on the road, you're on the road, let's just find other people.' It was a fundamental building block of our relationship. We're very communicative with each other and we share everything. I can't speak for anyone but myself, and there are a million ways to love and be in a relationship.
Before her headline dates under her own name, Palmer will be appearing for a week-long stint at the Edinburgh Festival in her Evelyn Evelyn guise.