J.P. tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively all that matters is that he and Ashley ‘love each other.’
Bachelorette Ashley Hebert initially promised to convert to Judaism so that she could marry her fiance J.P. Rosenbaum, but it looks like that isn’t going to happen now. J.P. tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that Ashley probably won’t switch her religion anymore.
“I doubt she is converting,” J.P. told us at Life & Style magazine‘s holiday party presented by EOS and Alizé at STK in NYC on Dec. 13. “We haven’t even talked about it.”
But J.P. isn’t worried about it. “It’s not important to me,” he admitted. “We love each other.”
J.P. said that “maybe both” a minister and a rabbi will marry him and Ashley when the time comes, or “maybe an interfaith minister.”
“I know that my brother had an interfaith minister, so I know they exist,” he shared.
And they might even let their kids choose their own religion. “I know that she’s open to my religion, I’m open to her religion,” he noted. “If we want to give them the choice, great. We are both so laid back when it comes to life and religion.”
- Lindsey DiMattina
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