‘It was so bad and sloppy!’ Model Ashley Graham reveals she had to train her husband Justin Ervin how to be a ‘good kisser’
They’ve been married since 2010.
And American model Ashley Graham has said how she’s had to train her man, Justin Ervin, to be a good kisser.
The 30-year-old brunette beauty revealed that Justin was a ‘bad’ and ‘sloppy’ kisser, but has since improved.
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‘He said I was a bad kisser, but then I said, ‘You’re a bad kisser!,’ Ashley told Stellar.
‘It was sloppy, but now he’s such a good kisser I forgot how bad it was.’
The Sports Illustrated star added that their secret to making their marriage work was that they don’t go more than two weeks apart.
Close: The Sports Illustrated star added that their secret to making their marriage work was that they don’t go more than two weeks apart
Tatt’s love: She added that she just had a ‘J’ for Justin tattooed behind her ear
‘We don’t go longer than two weeks without seeing each other, and when we do see each other it has to be for at least a while week.’
She added that she just had a ‘J’ for Justin tattooed behind her ear.
The pair first met at church, back in 2009.
Despite their picture-perfect appearance, Ashley confessed it hasn’t been plain sailing for the pair when she brought her African American beau to her Nebraska home to meet her family for the first time.
Their story: The pair first met at church, back in 2009. Despite their picture-perfect appearance, Ashley confessed it hasn’t been plain sailing for the pair
Going strong: They’ve been married since 2010
The plus size model admitted her initial fears in memoir A New Model: What Confidence, Beauty, and Power Really Look Like, as published in Glamour in the spring of 2017.
‘I naively hoped everyone would be colorblind,’ she wrote. ‘I brought Justin home to Nebraska.
‘Now, I should probably mention that Justin is black, and that I didn’t grow up around many black people. This was more than my mom knew; she didn’t even see a black person in real life until she was 18 years old.
‘When my grandparents met Justin, my grandmother was cordial but cold. She greeted him and immediately walked away. When it came time for them to leave, my grandparents didn’t even acknowledge him.
‘Instead my grandmother looked me in the eye, with Justin standing behind me, and said, ‘Tell that guy I said goodbye.”