Reggie Bush Says He Doesn’t Keep In Touch With Kim K But He’s Happy For Her
Well would ya lookie here… Eight years after his final breakup with Kim K, Reggie Bush says he no longer keeps in touch with his reality starlet ex but that he’s happy for her and her family’s success.
“We don’t keep in touch,” Bush told Us Weekly at the Harold & Carole Pump Foundation Gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Friday, August 10, about his relationship with Kardashian-West 37, who he dated on and off for several years.
“She’s doing a great job creating a brand for herself, her and her family. I’m happy for ‘em … She’s very smart.”
A source told Us Weekly back in 2010 when the couple split that Kardashian’s fame was “just a little too much for [Reggie] to handle.”
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Bush also talked about pampering his wife Lilit Avagyan, who he married in 2014.
“I’m always buying her stuff. Especially when I go on trips, work trips,” he revealed. “I like surprising her with new things, just little stuff, it’s not anything major. It could be a pair of shoes or some glasses or a shirt I saw. Stuff like that.”
Bush also talked about whether or not he and Avagyan plan to have more kids, they currently have three children together; Briseis, 5, and sons Uriah, 3, and Agyemang, 11-months.
“We had this discussion the other night, we thought about it, talked about it,” he told Us. “I’m not sure if it’s gonna happen. Probably won’t. But, I wouldn’t mind one more. We have three!”
Bush says he and Avagyan are devoted to making sure their kids are happy.
“I think that’s the most important, right?” he asked. “Providing them the best environment possible for your kids so that when they grow up, they never look back and say, ‘I wish I had this’ or ‘I wish I had that.’”
Bush is also the father of 1-year-old Preston with Monique Exposito.
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