She then recounted how she told Jordan that she was about to start her egg freezing process on a walk at Sydney's Bondi Beach.
"I was like 'Is this going to scare him off because he thinks I want to settle down and have kids now?' He didn't really say anything, we didn't have a big conversation about it, we just changed the subject."
However, the next day Jordan came back to Britt and revealed he'd researched egg freezing on his own so that the two could have a proper conversation about it, something the Bachelor alum said she was "so thankful for."
"He asked a lot of questions, he said 'I understand now why you want to do it, I'm completely encouraging of it, but I don't know if I want kids and I didn't want to tell you that straight up,'" Britt recalled.
"We had to have a conversation on whether we even continue dating if he's a strong no and I'm a strong yes but neither of us are strong on either. He would be probably leaning more toward not having kids for another 10 years whereas I'm like I definitely have to have kids before then.
"So the best thing that we could've done in this situation is freeze our eggs because if in 10 years time we do want to have a child and I can't anymore, I've got those there. So he was really great about it."
Things are certainly going well between Britt and Jordan at the moment, as Britt has accompanied her tennis player beau as he plays in various international tournaments.
In fact, the former Bachie contestant even joked about their hypothetical wedding on Instagram earlier this week.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Britt shared a video of herself listening to Jordan blasting NSYNC's hit It's Gonna Be Me in the next room.
"@jordanthompson (not so) low-key love for @nsync is everything. Please play at our wedding one day," she joked in her caption.