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On a post on her website and app in 2016, Kardashian responded to a fan who complained about how interracial relationships are “still looked down upon by many people” in “today’s society.” Kardashian echoed the fan’s thoughts and tweeted about how she also doesn’t understand the criticism of interracial relationships.
Celebrity couples such as Chrissy Teigen and John Legend and Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg know this experience too, which is why they’ve opened up about the ups and downs of being in interracial relationships and, for some, mixed-race marriages. In an interview with USA Today, Legend opened up about what it’s like to raise mixed-race children and why he believes race is a social construct.Ahead, the most powerful times celebrities talked about their interracial relationship. “It’ll be interesting because our child will be mixed, you know?They’ll be part Asian, part white and part black,” Legend said. I think we understand hard work in different ways,” Williams said.Pompeo shot down the idea, believing that it was “too close” to her IRL relationship with her husband, Ivery, who is also Black.“You know they wanted Isaiah Washington to be my boyfriend.
The next trip will probably be to Korea, but it’s kind of fun.” After news broke in 2016 that Markle, a half-black and half-white actor from the United States, was dating Prince Harry, who is white, Markle was confronted with an onslaught of racist harassment.