Supermodel Karlie Kloss may be joining the Kushner family, but that doesn’t mean she’s on board with her in-laws’ divisive politics.
Kloss, 26, got engaged to Jared Kushner’s younger brother Josh last spring, making the star the future sister-in-law of Jared and his wife Ivanka Trump.
Ivanka, an advisor to her president father, seemed particularly excited to welcome Kloss to the family, writing on Instagram she was “blessed” to have the model as a sister.
But Kloss, who has said she voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, maintains that she and her future groom remain linked over their left-leaning views, which differ from those of the current administration.
“Josh and I share a lot of the same liberal values that guide our lives and the things we stand for,” she told Vogue in a recent interview.
The Kode with Klossy coding camp founder also noted that she plans to stick to her own beliefs, and will stand by Kushner despite any “complications” that arise from their relationship.
“At the end of the day, I’ve had to make decisions based on my own moral compass – forget what the public says, forget social media,” she said. “I’ve chosen to be with the man I love despite the complications. It’s frustrating, to be honest, that the spotlight is always shifted away from my career toward my relationship. I don’t think the same happens in conversations with men.”
The couple previously attended the March for Our Lives gun control rally in Washington, D.C., as well as the Women’s March the weekend of President Trump’s inauguration.
She and the Democrat Kushner, 33, were engaged in upstate New York after six years of dating.
“I love you more than I have words to express,” Kloss wrote on Instagram. “Josh, you’re my best friend and my soulmate. I can’t wait for forever together. Yes a million times over 💍”