Chrishell Stause's new partner G Flip on if they want children 1 week ago

Chrishell Stause's new partner G Flip on if they want children

“I definitely see children in my future."

Chrishell Stause’s new partner G Flip has shared their thoughts on having kids.

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The couple announced they were dating earlier this month, following Chrishell's high profile split from co-star Jason Oppenheim due to the fact he did not want to start a family.

“I definitely see children in my future," G Flip said on the People Every Day podcast. "Right now, me and Chrishell know where we are in the stages of our lives. And we’re very transparent about that.

"I’m very fortunate to have her in my life. We both feel like we’ll be in each other’s life forever. We have like a very strong connection that you don’t find every day.”

The 27-year-old went on to they had spent years teaching music to young people before becoming a solo artist and "always loved kids".

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Chrishell confirmed her romance with G Flip during the Selling Sunset season five reunion special.

The 40-year-old said: “You don’t get to choose when you meet someone in their life. Recently I met someone who is in a different place in their life as well…

“I’ve been spending a lot of time with someone who is very important to me, they’re called G Flip, they’re non-binary so they go by they/them.

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"They’re an extremely talented musician and it all started because I was going to be in their video.”

Earlier this week, the reality TV star responded to fans who said her sexuality was confusing.

 

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"I know some of you won't understand this, or agree with this, but for me, it is about the person. It is about their heart. And yes, there's that part of you that's what you're attracted to.

"But for me, I am attracted to masculine energies, and I don't really care what the physical form is.

"With G, they identify as non-binary. So their pronouns are they/them. Everyone is different, but for them, they really feel like they are a mix and they identify on both sides of male/female."

She concluded: "You don't have to be worried about me, guys. I hope, if this is all confusing for you, you stick around and keep an open mind. I think that's a beautiful thing."