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Andy Lee reveals he's in no rush to have kids with girlfriend Rebecca Harding

We can only hope!

By Maddison Hockey
Eyes have long been on Andy Lee, other half of beloved comedy duo Hamish and his other half, girlfriend Rebecca Harding.
The couple have been together over four years, with what looks like very few plans to settle down.
Chatting to Fitzy and Wippa on their Nova 96.9 radio show this morning, Fitzy asked Andy how he'd been keeping busy in lockdown. And it sounds like he's been fully embracing the relaxed, child-free life.
"We have seen some advantages to not having children, not only the fact that we are still in bed but we don't have to self-isolate is an important one," Andy joked.
"I mean Wippa then added a kid, what an idiot," Andy laughed.
Rebecca and Andy have been together since 2015. The pair briefly broke up in 2016 but got back together a few months later. Image: Instagram
Of course, Andy is referring to the arrival of Wippa's third child with his wife Lisa, baby Francesca.
This doesn't sound promising, but we remain hopeful.
Maybe, we'll have more luck hoping for an engagement announcement from the couple?
Rebecca recently told WHO "a lot of people ask lately" whether Andy would be popping the question.
And, frankly, you can't blame them.
But, the model went on to add: "We are just loving how life is right now."
The couple are happy travelling and spending time together. Image: Instagram
The couple first met in 2015 when Andy spotted Rebecca working in a Melbourne café as a waitress. The pair briefly broke up in 2016 but got back together a few months later.
Speaking to Now To Love, the 28-year-old revealed Andy, 38, made a very romantic gesture in the early stages of their relationship – flying half way around the world to see her.
"When Andy and I first started seeing each other, I went to New York for six weeks with a girlfriend," Rebecca said.
"He missed me so much he booked a flight to New York to catch up. That was pretty romantic!"
The happy couple have been smitten ever since. So, you can't blame us for wishful thinking!

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