Olivia Culpo is wanting again on her relationship with former boyfriend Nick Jonas with greater than seven years’ price of hindsight to her profit.
On Monday’s premiere episode of “The Culpo Sisters,” the previous Miss Universe mentioned the “very formative expertise” of relationship Jonas. The couple break up in 2015 after about two years collectively.
“I moved to LA with him. I had no model, no cash and I used to be in love,” Culpo stated, as seen in a clip shared by the New York Publish’s Web page Six. “However when he broke up with me, I used to be sort of left with no sense of identification.”
After the breakup, Culpo discovered herself at a “critical, pivotal” crossroads as she grappled with issues over racking up insurmountable debt.
“My entire identification was in him, which is a quite common story of a teenager in love,” she defined. “I believed we have been going to get married, I believed all of the issues, and I simply keep in mind, evening after evening, wanting up at my ceiling in my condominium that I couldn’t afford, considering to myself: ‘How am I going to pay my hire?’ I couldn’t even afford my groceries.”
Shortly after the break up, Jonas described his ex as an “superb particular person,” and admitted going their separate methods was “powerful.”
“We had an important, lovely two years collectively,” the pop star told “Extra” in 2015. “It’s been a loopy couple months, and I want one of the best for her sooner or later.”
Jonas married Priyanka Chopra in Might 2018. The couple welcomed a daughter, Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, through a surrogate in January.
Earlier this 12 months, Culpo celebrated her third anniversary with NFL participant Christian McCaffrey. Talking with Entertainment Tonight in an interview earlier this month, she couldn’t assist however gush about her present boyfriend.
“I really feel like he’s actually all the things that I may ever ask for,” she stated, earlier than quipping that McCaffrey “has a very good head on his shoulders and he’s sizzling, too, proper?”
Watch a clip of TLC’s “The Culpo Sisters” under.