Lin-Manuel Mirandas wife Vanessa Nadal says she always boos when he kisses someone in Hamilton – Daily Mail

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s wife Vanessa Nadal confesses she ‘always boos’ when he kisses someone during Hamilton production

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s wife does not like to share her husband when it comes to on-stage affection with his Hamilton love interests.

Vanessa Nadal opened up and shared about how she reacts when Miranda’s titular character kisses someone during the hit Broadway musical.

‘I always boo when Lin kisses someone else on stage, and people sitting around me look at me like I’m a crazy person,’ she confessed while tweeting during the debut of the cinematic version of Hamilton on Disney+ on Friday. 

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Performance jealousy: Vanessa Nadal admitted she 'always boos' when her husband Lin-Manuel Miranda kisses his Hamilton co-stars during performance

Performance jealousy: Vanessa Nadal admitted she 'always boos' when her husband Lin-Manuel Miranda kisses his Hamilton co-stars during performance

Performance jealousy: Vanessa Nadal admitted she ‘always boos’ when her husband Lin-Manuel Miranda kisses his Hamilton co-stars during performance

In a funny twist about her performance jealousy, Nadal shared about how one time their oldest child Sebastian reminded her that she had forgotten to boo at one of the other performers who had kissed his father. 

‘you missed the fourth kiss,’ Sebastian said. ‘He’s counting. Thanks kid,’ she wrote. 

Miranda, who plays Alexander Hamiltonl, shares kisses with Phillipa Soo’s Eliza Hamilton and Jasmine Cephas Jones’  Maria Reynolds characters.

Honest fun: 'People sitting around me look at me like I'm a crazy person,' Nadal wrote in reference to his performance kissing while tweeting during the debut of the cinematic version of Hamilton on Disney+ on Friday; he is seen kissing Phillipa Soo in Hamilton

Honest fun: 'People sitting around me look at me like I'm a crazy person,' Nadal wrote in reference to his performance kissing while tweeting during the debut of the cinematic version of Hamilton on Disney+ on Friday; he is seen kissing Phillipa Soo in Hamilton

Honest fun: ‘People sitting around me look at me like I’m a crazy person,’ Nadal wrote in reference to his performance kissing while tweeting during the debut of the cinematic version of Hamilton on Disney+ on Friday; he is seen kissing Phillipa Soo in Hamilton

An historical original: Hamilton tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, and features music that's drawn heavily from hip-hop, as well as R&B, jazz, soul, pop and traditional-style show tunes

An historical original: Hamilton tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, and features music that's drawn heavily from hip-hop, as well as R&B, jazz, soul, pop and traditional-style show tunes

An historical original: Hamilton tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, and features music that’s drawn heavily from hip-hop, as well as R&B, jazz, soul, pop and traditional-style show tunes

The hugely successful stage production was created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who penned the book, music and lyrics.

The new film version of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in 2016. 

Hamilton tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, and features music that’s drawn heavily from hip-hop, as well as R&B, jazz, soul, pop and traditional-style show tunes.  

A previous synopsis described it as ‘a story of America then told by America now.’ 

The War Of Independence, Immigration and America’s financial system are just some of the impactful themes showcased in the production.  

Broadway blockbuster: The new Disney + film version of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in 2016

Broadway blockbuster: The new Disney + film version of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in 2016

Broadway blockbuster: The new Disney + film version of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical was shot at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in 2016

The movie features the entirety of the principal original cast, and is made up of people of color, with the exception of Jonathan Groff, who plays the comic role of King George III.       

Along with Miranada and his love interests, it also stars Leslie Odom Jr. as Aaron Burr, Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler, Christopher Jackson as George Washington, Daveed Diggs as Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, Okieriete Onaodowan as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison and Anthony Ramos as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton.

Originally slated to arrive in cinemas in October 2021, Disney decided to change course, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and release the film on its subscription streaming service on July 3. 

Miranda and Nadal have been married since 2010 and share two children together: Sebastian, five, and Francisco, two.      

Going strong: Miranda and Nadal have been married since 2010 and share two children together: Sebastian, five, and Francisco, two; they are pictured in November 2018

Going strong: Miranda and Nadal have been married since 2010 and share two children together: Sebastian, five, and Francisco, two; they are pictured in November 2018

Going strong: Miranda and Nadal have been married since 2010 and share two children together: Sebastian, five, and Francisco, two; they are pictured in November 2018

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