Chris "Prince Farming" Soules, the star of this season's The Bachelor, and his fiancée, Whitney Bischoff, haven't even set a wedding date — but the couple is already talking kids! The 29-year-old reality TV alum is also a fertility nurse, who froze her eggs two years ago for later use, according to Us Weekly.
The couple is living in L.A. as Soules, 33, shakes his way through Dancing With the Stars. When the show wraps, she says, the couple will settle in his native Iowa. She told Us Weekly, "[We] definitely [want kids], so one step at a time: Dancing, the move to Iowa, the wedding, and eventually a family."
Bischoff has been very open about freezing her eggs. "I'm using this once in a lifetime opportunity as a stance on female empowerment to educate women about fertility," she told Us Weekly. "It's something I'm really passionate about."
For his part, Soules also seems ready to settle down, away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood and the public eye. "We're just being happy — this isn't real life yet," he sais. "The Bachelor, for us, wasn't real, really. It was a crazy vacuum situation. We're just looking forward to getting into our normal lives. Then we can talk about wedding planning!"
We'd bet money that the couple will tie the knot in Iowa, in a rustic-chic celebration surrounded by his family. Soules often took Bischoff to the family farm during their courtship, and his sisters even told her they'd miss her when she left! How sweet.