Below are six facts about Williams as told exclusively to Atlanta Black Star in her own words that you may not have previously known about her.
Jennifer Williams a Lawyer?
“I went to school and I thought I wanted to be an attorney. I took my LSAT. I got accepted into law school.”
She Had a Surprising First Home Sale to This Co-Star
“The crazy part is that, my first house that I ever sold was to Evelyn [Lozada]. It was just something that I was like, you know what, let me just go get my real estate license and it’s something I can have. It doesn’t necessarily mean I have to practice it, but people are always looking for houses, they’re always looking for somewhere to live. So why not help them and get paid for it?”
Those Mile-long Legs Were Going to Strut Down the Runway
“From a little girl, I always really enjoyed fashion. I always wanted to be a model. I went to Barbizon [Modeling and Acting program] — that’s kinda showing my age. But I just was always into fashion. My mom was really into fashion.”
Classy Girl Wardrobe Fuels Her Desire to Conquer Business
“I’ve always had this entrepreneurial spirit. I love being an entrepreneur. I don’t like to work for anybody. Obviously, I’m on this show, so that’s a different breed. I never wanted to clock into a 9-to-5.”
Details on Her Love Life Are Iron-Clad … for Now
“Some things you have to keep sacred, and when I met him, it was a little less than a year ago and I started filming the show top of the year. And I don’t feel like our relationship was stable enough to introduce it to the world. We were still learning each other and figuring out our relationship. I think when something is near and true to your heart you gotta keep it there and then you collectively decide when are we gonna make this move to the public. So for right now, I’m actually really happy. I feel like I’ve [been public about my relationship] in the past and it hasn’t worked for me so I need to do something different.”
Baby on the Brain
“I want to be a mom. I didn’t really have this urgency until my mom passed [from cancer in 2015]. I feel like I always wanted that, but when my mom passed I felt like I didn’t have that bond with a mom anymore. I was like, ‘You know what? This is something that I want to experience.’ I’m not saying it has to be tomorrow, but … I would love to have a child, and I don’t want a surrogate. I wanna be pregnant, I want to be able to experience that.”