Planning ahead. Dean Unglert He said he would consider using his brother’s sperm to impregnate his fiancee. Kellyanne Miller-Keyes If they decide to have children.
“I’ve Always Thought I’m Sterile,” The Bachelorette the alum, 32, said Monday, April 17, during her “Help! We Suck at Being Newlyweds” podcast. “There’s still a little nerd inside of me who thinks I am.”
Miller-Keyes, 27, noted that her fiancé’s sperm was “fine” when they had it checked eight years ago, but if anything has changed since then, she’s open to adoption. Meanwhile, Unlert said that he had already started considering his options before meeting his future partner.
“I was thinking that I could take – and now it is strange to say that it is connected with one person – but we can take one of my brothers” [donations], ”said the Colorado native, who proposed to the former pageant queen in October 2022 after saying he did not want to be married. The couple met during season 6 bachelor in paradiseWhich aired in 2019.
the former Single The contestant, for her part, wasn’t fazed by Unalert’s idea. “I knew you were going to say that,” she told her fiancé. “I was like, ‘I don’t want to say it because it’s weird,’ but I knew you were going to say that. Which brother?”
Unlert joked that his future wife and one of his brothers “could go into the room for 30 minutes and you know,” could pick on a Miller-Keyes brother. “I’m not having sex with them,” the Virginia native said.
Bachelor Winter Games Elam clarified that he meant they would use artificial insemination. “If I’m sterile, that’s always been my plan,” Unglert concluded. “So, if I’m sterile, that’s what I always envisioned doing. Because their DNA is close to mine.
Earlier this year, Miller-Keyes revealed that her fiancé has said he wants to have a vasectomy before having children. “I don’t know if Dean talked about this on the podcast, but he really wants to get a vasectomy — before we have kids,” she told “Help!” explained during a February episode of We Suck at Being Newlyweds” podcast. “He wants to get a vasectomy because he doesn’t think it’s fair that a woman has to take birth control. So when we’re ready to have kids, he’ll un-snip himself and we’ll have kids.
Jodi’s cohost Jared Haibon When asked if there was any potential “disadvantage” to having a vasectomy reversed, Miller-Keyes admitted that she did not know.
“We both need to do more research on this,” said the Virginia Commonwealth University alum. “But also, I’ve heard, like, it can be painful if you get a vasectomy. And so, I was like, ‘I don’t want you to be in pain.’ … Even after you’ve recovered, there’s probably going to be pain every day.”
Last year, the couple exclusively revealed us weekly That they want to tie the knot in Aspen, Colorado. “We’re really in this fun fiance phase and we’re also looking at venues, we’re deciding where we want to get married. So, it’s been fun,” Miller-Keyes said in a November 2022 interview. explained on the “Here for the Right Reason” podcast. “We want all our friends there, so we’re going to get married in Aspen. But then I was probably like, ‘Bam, maybe here.’ And [Dean] It was like, ‘I’ve made up my mind,’ and when his mind is made up you can’t talk to him.