“I’ve got a few ovary problems so we can only [get pregnant] through IVF,” Erin reveals, “Because I’m 23, we have to plan all that and do it before the age of 25.”
The lovebirds have already agreed on how many children they want. “We want two kids, I want a boy and a little girl,” Eden says, “Erin has a feeling we’ll have twins.”
As well as having babies on the brain, the pair have been committed to making their long-distance relationship work, with nurse Erin living in Melbourne and Eden in Sydney working as a prison guard. “It’s probably two weeks on, two weeks off.”
Erin tells WHO. “It’s one of those things you both have to be in on the same page or it doesn’t work,” Eden adds: “We made a deal with each other, we stuck by it and it’s been good ever since.”
The couple have also revealed that they’ve introduced each other to their loved ones. “We’ve both met each other’s families, but they feel like they already know us because they saw us on TV,” Erin says, with Eden adding, “My family love her, they adore Erin.”
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