21 Non-Rich People Who Dated Or Married Millionaires

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“We’ve been together for years, and we’re getting married in a few months. I grew up in a pretty standard middle to upper-middle-class family. I got a car when I got my license, but it was a 15-year-old Jeep, and my parents made me pay for half. When I shopped, it was at the mall, but we weren’t buying a designer or anything. That type of thing. I wasn’t spoiled, but I was privileged. My S.O.’s family is old-school money — the kind where if we’re in the city where his dad’s originally from, his last name holds clout, and people know who he belongs to. When you turn 16, a standard gift from his family is a $50K car, and everyone gets $1 million at 18 from their trust fund to pay for college, and then, you get your remaining millions when you graduate.”

“He invested his pretty wisely, and now has a good amount of money in the bank along with his own investments and such. The weirdest thing is how it’s so easy for him to just do things and write them off as no big deal. Like, once we got engaged and started consolidating our finances, he paid off my student loans and credit cards without thinking about it and just shrugged it off when I asked him about it — money is just something that exists to him, and he’s smart with it. 

I don’t feel like it’s changed me or him much since we got together, as I always knew he had money. He’s still just the way he always was. He was raised in a different state from his dad’s family, which is where the family money comes from, so he’s a fairly normal, well-adjusted adult, unlike some of his cousins. I would say I’m a bit more relaxed when it comes to accepting him paying for things. When we started dating, it was hard for me to be okay with it. It felt like pity or charity because I was so clearly broke compared to him. There has been some weird resentment from some of my friends and family, though. I can’t talk about things we do or like because I get some snide comment about how nice it must be to be spoiled, which is annoying because he doesn’t really pay for anything in my day-to-day life. It’s definitely put a wedge between some of my friends/family because of it.”


Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/lizmrichardson/poor-people-who-dated-married-rich-people

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