Joanna Krupa on Waiting to Have a Baby: "I Think I'm Going to Freeze My Eggs"

Celebrity News Jan. 16, 2014 AT 8:00AM
Joanna Krupa at the Egyptian Theatre on January 14, 2014 Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa, 34, tells Us Weekly she's not quite ready to have a baby with husband Romain Zago, and is planning to freeze her eggs. Credit: Angela Weiss/Getty Images

Joanna Krupa wants to start a family . . . but maybe not right now. The 34-year-old Real Housewives of Miami star opened up to Us Weekly on Tuesday, Jan. 14 about her plans to have a baby with husband Romain Zago, and why they're not actively trying just yet.

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"We're talking more and more about it. Honestly, [one second] I want to have a baby and [then] another second I don't feel like I'm ready for it just yet. So what I think I'm gonna do -- unless it happens naturally -- I think I'm gonna freeze my eggs in the next month or two," she shared with Us at the Gimme Shelter film reception at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre. "I wish I did that in my twenties but, unfortunately, I didn't. So I think I'm gonna do it just in case because every year I'm like, 'This is the year, this is the year.' But I'm still focused on other things that it's just really hard, and I don't want to take it away from being a mother."

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Krupa, however, isn't ruling out starting a baby in 2014, and told Us she "100 percent" wants to start a family at some point.

"Maybe it'll happen this year," she added. "We're talking. We're definitely talking more about having a baby this year than ever in the last seven years we've been together, but if that doesn't happen then definitely I'm gonna freeze my eggs."

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After several years of dating, Krupa married nightclub owner and businessman Zago in a "million dollar princess wedding" back in June. The Bravo star and Polish-American model told Us that she and her new husband have talked about potentially starring in their own reality show.

"We both have such busy lives. The Real Housewives of Miami only shows my life in Miami and, to be honest, my life is more L.A. The only thing that keeps me in Miami is my husband. So my life, my career, my animal rescue and everything is in L.A., so who knows," she said. "I think we're like the only couple that's been doing a bi-coastal relationship for seven years, so it definitely wouldn't be a boring thing and we've definitely talked about it."

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