Winner Kate Lawler of the Big Brother series three has revealed that her insistence on having a child did not make her fear that her fiancé might eventually leave her.
The 39-year-old spoke OK! magazine and said that her seven-year-old fiancé and partner, AKA Big Boj, really want children.
The issue became the subject of several & # 39; heated arguments & # 39; between the couple and functions as the central theme for a podcast hosted by them, called Maybe Baby.
Revelation: Big Brother series three winner Kate Lawler has revealed that her insistence on having a child did not make her fear that her fiancé might eventually divorce her
Asked what would happen if Kate did not change her mind, she revealed the fear that Martin divorced her after they had made the knot next year.
& # 39; He has always said we will cross that bridge when we get there. And I know what that means – we're getting a divorce, & she said.
But the radio DJ, who presents Virgin driving time, added that Martin recently offered her reassurance with a sweet note.
She told the magazine: & # 39; But a few weeks ago he said: & # 39; If you decide that you really don't want children, that's fine with me. I'd rather have you and have no children than you don't. & # 39; It was the first time he ever said that. & # 39;
Love: Although her fiancé Boj is desperate to have babies, Kate said she doesn't feel like being a mother is what she & # 39; has been put on this planet for.
Kate added that her podcast schedule takes her to December and people expect & # 39; & # 39; that she and Martin end with a decision whether or not to become pregnant.
& # 39; Maybe in December I'll be like: "I want a baby!" But now I have the feeling that I will only decide next year, because I want to get married first. & # 39;
In the series, the couple chat with different people – people with children, without, who want children and who don't.
Maybe not? The Big Brother 3 winner appeared on Loose Women earlier this month for the subject she is discussing in her podcast Maybe Baby with her fiancé Martin
Earlier this month, Kate spoke about loose women and revealed which remark from the no-sayers is most appropriate to her.
& # 39; The only comment I get is when women say, "You will never know true love until you have a baby." My biggest fear is to have a baby that puts me under pressure. Boj, however, does not put me under pressure & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; I am not a mother. I can't just have a baby because he wants to. Women must – and are – do what is good for them, not what society wants them to do. & # 39;
Kate admitted that she did not look at freezing her eggs and that she & # 39; never had a loud biological clock & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Having a dog did this to me! & # 39; she joked, referring to her dog pussies Baxter and Shirley. & # 39; I don't have to give my dogs pocket money, they are cheaper. I just feel that dogs are great, they don't wear clothes, I don't have any laundry to do. They don't talk back, they never complain about food, I don't have to worry about university fees! & # 39;
Family: Kate said earlier that she regards their two dogs, Baxter and Shirley, as her family and she is happy with that
Kate also admitted that she was worried about what would happen if she had a child, and she and Boj broke up.
& # 39; One of my fears is when we have a baby and then we separate and I am left with a baby I did not want, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I am not holy as a single mother, my twin sister is one and she kills it. My biggest fear is actually pushing a baby out of my violet! & # 39;
Kate summed it up: & I love my life. I just want to live my life the way I want, without being judged. & # 39;
When launching her podcast, Kate stated that her mission was to break down the stigma of women who don't want to have children.
Mission Impossible? When launching her podcast, Kate stated that her mission was to break down the stigma of women who don't want to have children
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