Jax Taylor recently clarified the situation about his marriage on Instagram Live by informing Bravo followers that he and Brittany Cartwright are not divorcing.
Taylor reassured them that the former “Vanderpump Rules” duo is doing fine after some fans speculated before the holidays that there were problems in paradise owing to the couple’s lack of social media togetherness.
When asked by fans about a potential divorce during his Instagram Live, which was recorded and some of which was uploaded on Reddit, Taylor said, “Divorce? I don’t understand why people keep bringing up divorce; are they really that bored at home?
He said, “I don’t know who keeps reporting I’m getting a divorce, why would I get a divorce? “, before adamantly declaring that he is “never getting a divorce.” People must be bored at work so they have to make stuff up, I suppose.
Taylor went on to say that his marriage to Cartwright is “stronger than ever” and that they are thinking about an alternative to divorce. We’re most likely going to get remarried, he said.
Jax Taylor of “Vanderpump Rules” dispels recent marriage and pregnancy rumors.
Several rumor websites said that Taylor and Cartwright were getting divorced. Taylor remarked that the websites “make s*** up” as she appeared irritated at hearing the rumors.
As well as the fact that they “aren’t getting divorced. That is entirely the contrary. Most likely, we’ll get remarried. We’re different from other reality stars, he said. We reject the idea of divorce. In order to get rid of me, she will have to murder me. Taylor laughed and said, “I don’t know which she may do.”
Taylor and Cartwright’s relationship also sparked the speculation that she was pregnant. “Now that we’re expecting again, what are people saying? Definitely not looking forward to that. What is expected? There are further airport delays. I anticipate that will happen.
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Having left “Vanderpump Rules,” are Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright still together?
Despite the doubts of fans (and often even their co-stars) regarding Jax’s suitability for marriage, the former model is still wed to Brittany almost two and a half years after their Kentucky wedding.
The two may have coped with Jax’s on-screen adultery with his former co-star Faith Stowers and his personal worries about being happily married, but they have undoubtedly disproved the naysayers.
Since Jax and Brittany’s time in front of the cameras ended in 2020, a lot has happened to them. The stars of Vanderpump Rules: Jax and Brittany Take Kentucky revealed they were expecting their first child together a few months after Season 8 of the program ended.
Jax’s true name is Jason Cauchi, and their son Cruz Michael Cauchi was born in April 2021.
Jax and Brittany left “Vanderpump Rules” for what reason?
While the Bravo series’ actors have mostly remained the same since its launch in 2013, the conclusion of the eighth season saw a number of notable cast changes.
Due to their previous offensive behavior, Stassi Schroeder Clark, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni were all dismissed (Kristen and Stassi reported Faith to the police for a crime she was not involved in, while the latter two stars had posted racist tweets in the past).
About six months after their co-stars were fired, in December 2020, Brittany and Jax announced they would not be joining the cast of the forthcoming ninth season of the program.
Jax said on Instagram at the time, “The last 8 years on Vanderpump Rules have been some of the hardest, gratifying, and joyful years of my life.
“I know it’s hard to hear, but Brittany and I won’t be back for Vanderpump Rules season two. We can’t wait to use this time to concentrate on our expanding family and to tell you about our newest pursuits.”
Jax has now reaffirmed that the two left the program on their own, dispelling some fans’ theories that they were truly fired and that the statement was written to save face. Jax referred to the conclusion of the catfight-filled season as a “big relief” while speaking on the Daddy Issues podcast in April 2021.