Vicky Pattison and fiancé John Noble are set to tie the knot in 2019, after they decided to push back their wedding, which was originally intended for 2018 following their engagement in 2017.
The brunette beauty – who is best known for her appearance on Geordie Shore – used to feel “left behind” when her friends started having children, but now she thinks she could be following suit very soon.
The star – who rekindled her romance with John in 2016, almost 10 years after they first started dating – thinks babies “aren’t far off” for her and her future husband, and they may start a family after their wedding.
Speaking to Now magazine, Charlotte Crosby’s former MTV co-star said: “Before I met John, I was scared I was being left behind! Now I have him, I know babies aren’t far off.”
Vicky has even revealed John is “broodier” than she is.
She continued: “There’s a running joke between my friends that John’s probably broodier than me. If I leave him for five minutes, I’ll come back and he’ll have a picture with a kid.”
Vicky Pattison proves her engagement’s going strong as she shares a loved up snap with fiancé John Noble despite postponing their wedding [Instagram]
Although Vicky thinks the couple will have kids together, they are not in any rush as she wants to enjoy every stage of her relationship with John.
She added: “We’ll get married next year, enjoy a couple of years in that stage, and then we’ll embrace the next one.
“We definitely want a family and everything that follows traditionally with married life, we’re not dragging our heels on the wedding we want to get married first, and we’re definitely looking at next summer.”
Vicky and John were planning to wed in January 2018 but have postponed their nuptials until the summer of 2019, because they don’t want to succumb to any “pressure” put on them to tie the knot quickly.
She said: “Everything’s going along slowly but surely.
“I feel like we’ve got an awful lot of pressure to get married, when we postponed it. So I’m just trying to keep above it, I’m not getting dragged into it because we’re doing what’s best for us.”