Life is good for Sam Asghari. The newlywed, who married Britney Spears in early June, gave himself in a new interview (his first since the wedding), in which he agreed to tell his daily life as a husband of the princess of pop. And if we are to believe the smile he wears throughout the interview with Good Morning America : everything is fine for him. And for his wife too!
“She’s amazing, she’s doing great. But I haven’t gotten used to this ‘husband’ story yet,” he said.
The couple, who met on the set of a music video in 2016, got engaged in September 2021, while the popstar was still trying to shake off her guardianship.
A fairy tale
Sam Asghari also returned to the ceremony, which made a lot of noise, especially for people who did not attend (basically, the entire family of Britney Spears), but also for its prestigious guests. Selena Gomez, Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton and Donatella Versace, all very close to Britney Spears, were there.
“We’ve been waiting for this for a long time. We imagined it would be a fairy tale, and it was. And we wanted to celebrate that with our loved ones, our loved ones. We just wanted to celebrate, and that’s what we did,” he revealed.
Today, the career of Sam Asghari seems about to take off since the coach, who had ambitions as an actor, plays alongside Mel Gibson and Shannen Doherty in HotSeat, a film which will be released this Friday in the United States. And it is from his wife that he draws his inspiration.
“Being in a relationship with someone who has accomplished so many things, so many great things, and at such a young age, teaches me so much about what I want to accomplish myself,” said he confided. And to conclude: “She likes the fact that I work, and she likes the fact that I want to create a legacy for me, for our future family. I want to be able to make my children or my future children happy. And they’ll be like, “Oh, that’s my dad. I want to be like my dad,” you know? At the end of my life, I want to be able to have a great career. But more importantly, I want people to look up to me – my loved ones, my children, my wife”.