It’s official: The Bachelorette frontrunner Stu Laundy won Sophie Monk’s heart last night, despite his four children, yet-to-be-ex-wife and vasectomy. And already, the talk has turned to the couple’s plans to have a baby.
Monk, 37, revealed this morning in an interview with News Corp that she and Laundy, 44, have discussed IVF as one way of getting around Stu’s snip.
“[The vasectomy] doesn’t really matter because it can be reversed pretty quickly or regardless I could go freeze my eggs and chuck ‘em over to wherever he’s got his sperm banked,” Monk said, prompting Laundy to confirm that he had “planned ahead” before he had his vasectomy 10 years ago.
“We have two options but we haven’t really discussed them yet,” he then disclosed. “We should probably go out and have a meal first.”
Since filming wrapped two months ago, Laundy and Monk had met only twice, when they were taken to remote locations to spend time together away from the public and press.