During a recent appearance on "The Drew Barrymore Show," Katherine Schwarzenegger, the wife of actor Chris Pratt, revealed that she and her husband first met at church. However, she clarified that their meeting wasn't what many people may assume, stating that Pratt did not try to pursue her at that time.
When asked by Barrymore about the story behind their initial encounter, the 33-year-old author shared that she and Pratt met at church, a detail that the host found appealing and admired.
Schwarzenegger, who is the daughter of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, did not elaborate further on the specifics of how their relationship progressed from there. However, her comments provide a glimpse into the couple's early days and offer a reminder that not all romantic relationships begin with overt pursuit.
“It was very sweet,” Pratt’s wife said. “But he didn’t like try and pick me up in church.”
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Schwarzenegger explained that many people often ask how she and Pratt ended up meeting at church. However, she previously shared that she had a gut feeling from their first encounter that they were meant to be together.
Since then, the couple has welcomed two daughters into their family: Lyla, who is now 2 years old, and Eloise, who is 8 months old.
As reported by Page Six, Pratt was previously married to Anna Faris from 2009 to 2018, and the former couple shares a 10-year-old son named Jack, in addition to Pratt's children with Schwarzenegger.
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