Despite rumours hinting otherwise, "Bachelorette" couple Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray are still together, and if Murray has his way, then he would want his fiancee to sport a baby bump on their wedding day.
The couple recently opened up to HollywoodLife about their future plans, and although Dorfman would want to wait at least five years before they start planning a family, Murray does not want to waste much time.
"Josh is baby crazy right now," Dorfman told the outlet. "There are times where I see a baby and I'm like, 'Ooh, I want a baby!' He's like, 'Do not even give me permission because you know it's gonna happen!'"
On being questioned about having a baby before their wedding, Dorfman said that she would like to get married first. "But you may see a little baby bump at the wedding," Murray chimed in.
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) October 19, 2014
As for their wedding, the couple is not sure if they will be having a televised wedding as a deal is yet to be inked. But they are open to sharing their special day with fans, who have been a part of their journey to finding true love.
"Josh and I talked about it a little bit and we're not opposed to it," Dorfman said. "If everything goes well and it gets picked up for television then we are happy to do it on there. We might invite the cameras in … it's so cool. We were talking about this the other day, like the fans saw us fall in love and we are okay with them seeing the result of our falling in love. There is something kinda cool with sharing it with everyone."
However, there are talks that the wedding may not be televised as ABC does not want to bear the cost of the wedding. A source told Radar Online that a number of former couples who won the dating reality series are planning to tie the knot, and ABC feels it's too high a cost for the network to sponsor all these weddings.
"ABC obviously has plenty of money, but with so many of the show's couples going the distance lately, it seems like they're getting sick of having to shell out for all these weddings," the source said.