Ciara and Russell Wilson won't sign a prenuptial agreement when they tie the knot sometime this spring or summer.
The power couple got engaged earlier this month after dating less than a year.
Songbird Ciara, 30, and NFL quarterback Russell, 27, reportedly do not want their marriage tarnished by a legal technicality such as protecting their assets in the event of a divorce.
“Russell and Ciara aren’t going to have a prenup,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com. "Even the thought of speaking such words would mean that they’re questioning their love for one another. A prenup is like a jinx. They’re not going into the marriage thinking that it won’t last. They’re diving into this full on and they don’t want bad energy clouding their marriage.” Source
Love addicts such as Ciara often rush into relationships with unrealistic expectations.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal tool that is necessary to protect the assets of the wealthy like Ciara and Russell who rush into marriages without waiting for the intense feelings to fade.
With a prenup in place, both parties will leave the marriage with what they brought into it.
Without a prenup, Ciara can take Russell to the cleaners.