Kevin Hart And Eniko Parrish Rumored To Be Skipping Prenup
The clock is winding down on Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish’s single days. The couple originally announced plans to jump the broom on August 8th, though that date was pushed back to an unknown day sometime within the next couple of weeks. As Kevin shared with US Magazine, he can’t wait to make Eniko the new Mrs. Hart:
Let the countdown begin! Kevin Hart is ready to say “I do” to his fiancée, Eniko Parrish. The Central Intelligence actor opened up exclusively with Us Weekly Video about his upcoming nuptials.
“I can honestly say that I’m lucky enough to have an amazing woman,” Hart, 37, tells Us. “I’m looking forward to getting married. We got seven years under our belt, been engaged for two. It’s time.”
After the wedding, Hart hopes to expand his family. The star already shares daughter Heaven, 11, and son Hendrix, 8, with his ex-wife, Torrei Hart.
“I really looked in the mirror the other day and I said, ‘I need to put more people on this earth that look like me,'” he says. “I’ll say two more. I’m not going past two.”
Rumor has it that with all this excitement and extended family planning…Kevin has decided to forego the pesky paperwork of a prenuptial agreement. Apparently he trusts his “rib” and doesn’t foresee the possibility of a split — especially since Eniko was around before Hollywood came knocking on Kev’s door.
BUT just back in January, Kevin told The Breakfast Club that only a stupid person would enter a marriage without some sort of agreement on paper:
“If you don’t [get a prenup] you’re stupid! That’s not even an issue with her and I. When I say I got a good one, I got a good one. A logical, thinking woman. Do you understand how hard that is? To get a woman that can think on a logistic, reality term, not just emotional level? We have great conversations and understanding moments where she gets my platform and where I am, and where I came from, and what is at stake, and what I’m protecting.”
Hmm…we don’t know how true the whole no prenup thing is. But either way…if that’s what would make these two happy, should it even matter?