Good to see all the dramz of the past few weeks has only made Big Brother couple Kimberly Kisselovich and Steven Goode stronger.
And the loved-up reality pair could even be BB’s next engaged couple before the year is out – with marriage and children very much on the cards.
Kimberley, who was forced to leave the house due to “illness”, later confirming that she’d suffered an ectopic pregnancy after conceiving in the house, has opened up to OK! Magazine about how her traumatic experience has strengthened their bond.
She said: “[We're] Definitely [closer], just because we reacted so well to the news and that made me feel very comfortable. I do think it’s brought us closer together.”
Steven added that the incident has only made them realise what they want: “At this moment in time, I’m trying to get over and accept what’s happened, but we’re now having to have conversations about children.
“It’s planted the seed. Kim is someone I want to marry and have children with – I know 100 per cent. It’s definitely made us think in more depth about our future and children.”
And Kim feels the same way, adding: “I know that I want children. I don’t know the exact timings of when I want children. I need to make a full recovery so it won’t be sooner rather than later.”
Asked about engagement, Kim said: “We’ve had conversations.
But it looks like Steven will be waiting for the right moment, rather than getting caught up in the craziness of the show. He said: “They tried to make me propose on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, but when it happens it’ll be a surprise. Put it this way – I’m going through the planning at the moment. Let’s leave it at that.”
Talking about how the failed pregnancy made her feel, Kim added: “In a way it makes me feel sad, but I’m more happy with the idea of how I could’ve had a baby. It doesn’t scare me. It makes me realise how comfortable I am with Steven. I’m happy in that sense but it’s not nice the way I’m feeling right now, physically and emotionally.”
“It’s very overwhelming. Of course I’m sad and upset but it’s not like it’s her fault or anyone’s fault. It’s a matter of circumstance. My concern is that she makes a full recovery.”