Television personality Lisa Snowdon has sworn off having kids with her beau, entrepreneur George Smart.
Lisa, 47, told The Sun's Fabulous magazine that she doesn't want to "put pressure" on her relationship with fiancé George, 40.
She said: "I value our relationship so much that I don't want anything to change and I don't want to put that added pressure on him or me, because it would. I could do it a different way, but I don't want to. I'm very much a believer in fate and I think that George and I are very lucky to have each other."
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She went on to add that she had considered using a sperm donor to have a baby when she was younger, explaining that she decided against it because she's "traditional" and wanted the father to be in the baby's life.
I think that George and I are very lucky to have each other
Lisa met George almost 20 years ago when they were both working on MTV and they even dated briefly.
But in 2015, their worlds collided again - and they've been an item ever since.
The pair got engaged in 2016, with George proposing to Lisa just days before Christmas.
This isn't the first time Lisa has opened up about not having kids.
While competing on 2016's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! she candidly spoke about how troubled past relationships had put her off wanting to have children of her own.
She told The Sun shortly after her jungle eviction: "I always wanted to be a mum when I was younger. It was something I always imagined doing and being. But slowly over the years it just hasn’t happened for various reasons, mostly the fact that I wasn’t in happy relationships and I just didn’t want to have a baby and not have a happy home."
Speaking further, she insisted she didn't "want to have an unhappy pregnancy".
Lisa is particularly known for her hosting duties, often appearing on ITV's This Morning.
She's also dated several major celebrities, including A-List actor George Clooney on and off for five years.
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