Karlie Kloss Received Horrible Treatment From Joshua Kushner's Family Because of These Reasons

Best-selling author Vicky Ward writes in her new book that his whole family 'spoke horribly about Kloss behind her back' for years.

AceShowbiz - Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner have always been keeping their romance life away from the public eye ever since they started dating in 2006. However, best-selling author Vicky Ward has provided an inside look at their relationship through her latest book "Kushner, Inc.", which talks about the Kushner family.

In her book, Vicky reveals that his religious parents initially disapproved of their relationship because the model wasn't Jewish and thought that she was beneath them. Charles allegedly "turned nasty" toward Josh, venting his dislike for Karlie. "Josh, we expect you to do the right thing," he reportedly said. "The person you are with is not the right person." His parents even refused to meet her for six years.

Her brother, Jared Kushner, was also not happy about his relationship with the Victoria's Secret model. The husband of Ivanka Trump allegedly called her a "shiksa," a disparaging and offensive term for a non-Jewish woman, and assured people that their family would "take care of that." He said of Karlie, "She's not that smart."

Not only from his parents and brother, but Karlie apparently also received horrible treatment from his whole family. Vicky writes in her book, "For years, people told me, the whole family spoke horribly about Kloss behind her back. A family friend referred to her as 'the lingerie model.' " She also writes that "Josh told Gary Cohn and others he was not allowed to bring Kloss to holiday family gatherings."

Fortunately for Karlie, his family eventually warmed up to her when they were first engaged last year.

After dating for six years, Karlie and Joshua wed on October 18, 2018 in a private Jewish ceremony in upstate New York. She opted for a custom Dior gown for her bride look. The pair exchanged their vows in the intimate nuptials that was attended by about 80 people.

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