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Married At First Sight

EXCLUSIVE: Married at First Sight's Patrick and Belinda reveal their baby plans

The wholesome reality couple are ready to make their next big (baby) steps..

By Woman's Day team
"We weren't always on the same page at the same time," Belinda Vickers tells Woman's Day of the biggest hurdle she and her MAFS hubby Patrick Dwyer faced during the TV experiment.
But now the show is over, the 30-year-old says the couple are as "equally" into each other – and they've both dropped the L word!
And that isn't the only sign things are getting serious for the reality stars.
They've started talking about moving in together in Melbourne – and getting married for real! Well, sort of...
"I joked about it last week and she freaked out," says Patrick, 27.
"So I was like, OK, I'll wait a bit."
The pair have begun talking about moving in together in Melbourne! (Are Media)
And they're putting their plans to start a family on the backburner, too.
"We've talked about it. I definitely want them," says Patrick.
But he'll have to get Belinda onto the baby bandwagon first!
"Further down the track is when I would start thinking about it," says Belinda, who admits meeting Pat has changed her mind about wanting kids.
"Further down the track is when I would start thinking about it," says Belinda, who admits meeting Pat has changed her mind about wanting kids. (Are Media)
"We are on slightly different pages when it comes to that. Pat's 100 per cent 'Yes'."
But Belinda admits if they do end up taking the plunge into parenthood, "I definitely think Patrick would be a good dad, there's no doubt in my mind."
In the meantime, they're enjoying being a normal couple now they're away from the cameras, enjoying going for dinner dates, romantic day trips and a visit to a golfing range.
And while Belinda admits it's "easier" in the real world, she's "very grateful" to MAFS for her happy ever after.
"Obviously we've seen how downhill some of the other relationships went," she says with a laugh. And Pat agrees, "We're very lucky."
The pair admit to enjoying their new life away from the cameras, however are "grateful" to the reality TV experiment for giving them their happily ever after. (Are Media)

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