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Stassi Schroeder & Beau Clark

Doubters cringed when they found out that Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright planned to get married without a prenup. That’s a pretty risky endeavor given the overall faith in that relationship (pun intended). Vanderpump Rules fans also cringed when Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney argued about a prenup before their 2016 wedding, which apparently wasn’t even legal. Even so, I could never forget their arguments over protecting their paltry assets. Hopefully, their bank accounts have beefed up since those embarrassing arguments. I mean, Schwartz does own .0000000000000001% of Tom Tom, or something like that. And Katie, well….. she’s a cast member on this show still and that brings in some checks.

However, it seems like Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark have zero issues when it comes to signing a prenup. In fact, Stassi thinks it’s romantic. Yes, really.

In an interview with Page Six, Stassi remarked, “I feel like people look at that as like a dirty thing that we shouldn’t talk about, but it’s honestly, I feel like there is some romanticism to it and being able to be so close to someone that you’re willing to have those uncomfortable conversations.”

 

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You know what, I can understand her point. So many people are uncomfortable talking about finances, even with loved ones and significant others. Having that comfort with a soon-to-be-husband is a great thing, But, is there “some romanticism to it,” I don’t know about that exactly.

 

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Stassi shared, “It’s brought me closer to Beau the more that we talk about it. And I kind of want to just like turn that around.” Alright, then.

TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT STASSI SCHROEDER’S VIEW ON NEGOTIATING A PRENUP WITH HER FIANCE BEAU CLARK? IS THERE SOMETHING ABOUT THIS THAT YOU FIND “ROMANTIC”?

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