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Omari Hardwick's White Wife Jae Celebrates Their Interracial Love as They Cuddle in a Pic

Gracious Egedegbe
Jun 14, 2021
08:50 A.M.
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Interracial couple Omari Hardwick and Jae Hardwick celebrated Loving Day by enjoying a day out on a boat. The latter shared a sweet photo of their experience on Instagram.


June 12, 1967, will always be remembered and celebrated in American history as it was the day the Supreme Court made interracial marriages legal.

This came following the Supreme Court's ruling on Loving v. Virginia, which struck down all the laws forbidding interracial marriage in the country.

Omari Hardwick at discussing 'Nobody's Fool' at Build Studio in New York City on October 29, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images


That solitary decision has made it possible for interracial marriages to exist and led to many beautiful relationships, marriages, and families.

American actor Omari Hardwick and his beautiful wife Jae Hardwick are benefactors of the Supreme Court's ruling of 1967. Hence, it is not surprising that every Loving Day celebration will be special for them.

Omari Hardwick and Jennifer Pfautch at the "Power" final season world premiere in August 2019. | Photo: Getty Images


This year's celebration was no different as the couple celebrated by spending time together on a boat. Jae shared a lovely picture of her and her husband's day out on Instagram.

The photo showed the couple cuddling on the boat. In the snapshot, the couple was all smiles as they posed. Omari was topless and wore navy blue shorts, revealing the multiple tattoos on his upper body, arms, and legs.

He refused to take pictures with a fan because he was with his family.

Omari Hardwick at the Keep a Child Alive's 13th annual Black Ball in New York City in 2016. | Photo: Getty Images


He embraced Jae, who wore a white crop top, showing off her beautiful skin and revealing the tattoo on her right hand. She matched the top with black bum shorts, which allowed a glimpse of the tattoo on her derriere.

Jae also wore a white-and-black hat and dark shades. The view of the setting sun, a white house, and the waters surrounding the couple's boat added a scenic and romantic touch to the snapshot, which Jae captioned:

"Happy Loving Day from us to y'all!"

Omari Hardwick and Jae Pfautch attending the premiere of "Sorry to Bother You" during the Sundance Film Festival in January 2018. | Photo: Getty Images


In the concluding part of the caption, the Hardwicks retold the history behind Loving Day, which they said brought an end to race-based restrictions on marriage in the US.

Omari and Jae have been married since 2012 and share two children, Nova and Brave. Omari is famous for his portrayal of James "Ghost" Patrick on the television series "Power," a role his wife prayed for him to be cast in.

Omari Hardwick's wife posts a picture of them in a boat celebrating Loving day. | Photo: Instagram/mrsjaeh


Omari is very protective of his wife and kids. The star showed this when he refused to take pictures with a fan because he was with his family, and the fan did not acknowledge that. When the said fan criticized the actor, he stood firm and said he will not allow fans disrespect his family.

In a 2019 interview with Rolling Out, the 47-year-old actor said fatherhood is an important part of his life and said it is important for fathers to be in their children's lives to the fullest.