Jason Cauchi isn’t Jaxing us after all.
“If he had gone back to his old ways I wouldn’t tell you,” Tom Sandoval joked to Page Six recently. “I wouldn’t want to spoil that obviously! But so far so good.”
“Vanderpump Rules” star and SUR’s former resident bad boy Jax Taylor, 39, previously took audiences for a wild ride as he juggled multiple romances with younger co-stars, mostly at the same time. His relationship with Stassi Schroeder crumbled at the end of the show’s first season after he admitted to a tryst in Las Vegas, and their reconciliation ended when admitted to sleeping with her best friend, Kristen Doute.
More recently, he cheated on his now fiancée, Brittany Cartwright, with former SUR-ver Faith Stowers. Their affair was exposed during the show’s sixth season.
Cartwright and Taylor worked on fixing their relationship and she went above and beyond in the wake of his father’s death last December. Taylor insisted to friends on a recent episode of the show before proposing to Cartwright, 29, that the loss made him want to be a better person, and he even spent a majority of his inheritance on her engagement ring as a reminder of his father. Sandoval, 35, didn’t seem to believe him on the show.
“Obviously I’m skeptical,” Sandoval told us. “I’ve seen Jax say, ‘Oh, I’m moving back to Florida’ or ‘Oh, I’m going to do this job in Tampa’ and then it just fizzles out. But like I do see that this is a different situation. Even before all that stuff happened last year, I saw Jax acting differently with Brittany than with previous girls I’ve seen him with and I’ve known Jax for a really long time … I think he has come around.”
Still, Sandoval thinks Taylor’s new behavior could be as permanent as his “Stassi” tattoo.
“I feel like people at the core don’t necessarily change,” he said. “I feel like their habits change and their priorities change and right now Jax is prioritizing Brittany.”
And as of lately, the couple is focusing on planning their upcoming wedding at The Kentucky Castle in Versailles, Ky.
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