Britney Spears was ultimately released from her conservatorship in November of last year after 13 restrictive years. Since then, Britney and her fiancé Sam Asghari are living a high life. However, Sam Asghari has recently opened up about his personal life with Britney.
Despite being engaged to multimillionaire music sensation Britney Spears, Sam Asghari has recently claimed that he is a “normal person.” The actor and personal trainer spoke to GQ regarding his life with the mega-star, saying that his days are just like everyone else’s.
“I’m not a house husband. I’m a normal person. So I do a lot of shopping because sometimes I require specific things when it comes to diet,”
Sam stated that he avoids all sugar and sticks to a stringent wellness regimen. Despite his “specific” diet, Asghari stays away from celebrity-favorite health food store Erewhon due to its extreme prices.
“I don’t want to spend $200 on something that I can buy for $60. I am careful with money because I do want to build a future for my children. If you came to this country, you came with a purpose. You don’t come here to goof around.”
Asghari’s austerity may come as a surprise given who he’s marrying, he acknowledged they balance spending by “trading off who pays for dinner,” as they don’t have a “joint account.” Sam also talked about their various tropical trips, which they generally travel to by private jet.
“We do travel a lot, and I am dating a girl that’s very expensive.
She has an expensive taste, but I do try to incorporate my lifestyle to her as well, and if it was up to me, we would cut down on the traveling and stay at a much cheaper hotel, and we would probably live off of $60 a day.”
The former “Hacks” star confessed that the limited budget is due to the fact that it’s all he “can afford,” but that being engaged to someone who is so famous and wealthier than him isn’t problematic because they live life “fair and square.” However, the couple has picked a wedding date, but they are keeping it a secret to protect their privacy.
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