Workaholics: A Love Story

Awww, gross again. After getting the simply nauseating news that real estate heirs Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are getting hitched, now we have to hear even more about it. The future Mrs. Kushner went and blabbed to Daily Intel.

Basically Ivankz wanted to make sure that Gabriel Sherman, and by extension us, understands one important thing: J-rad and Ivy are just a normal couple, a normal couple with crippling work addictions who use each other to shamelessly network:

It's very rare we're featured out at some fancy restaurant on a date. We're very mellow. We go to the park. We go biking together. We go to the 2nd Avenue Deli. We both live in this fancy world. But on a personal level, I don't think I could be with somebody - I know he couldn't be with somebody - who needed to be 'on' all the time. ... I don't think we've ever been to a nightclub together in two years. I'm really thankful for that. I have a lot of stamina, but I don't think I have the stamina to work as hard as I do and play that hard. ... I've learned how to cook. Once a week, we have a night in and I cook for just the two of us. We turn everything off and spend time together and talk about what we're working on.

Nice! Also:

We're both crazed. The good news is, there's not a tremendous amount of compromise, because we're in the same industry. There are a lot of work-oriented dinners that he may have - and while a normal girlfriend in an unrelated field would find it incredibly boring - it's fascinating to me. ... Another thing that I think is incredible about him, which I think some girlfriends would not like, but I respect, is every night when he goes home, he works for about an hour and a half and return e-mails he hadn't had a chance to return before. He's just very diligent … Even when we first started dating, I'd call him at 6 [a.m.] when I'm getting up, and he'd be awake; he'd definitely be awake when I was going to sleep. And all Sunday he's in the office.

Oh that sounds terrific! Working all the time except during family meal, when he's talking about work! But don't worry, everyone:

He'll be a great father. He knows how to prioritize what's important.

Yes, important things like nannies.

Oh, you crazy kids, we don't mean to be harsh. We're just crabby and single and spend our Sundays taking walks and going to movies. What do we know?