During a chat with Mikalah Gordon on her Channel Q show earlier this week, Stassi addressed the editing revelations before admitting she may not be saying “I do” in October in Rome as she and Beau Clark previously planned and revealing her desire to become a mom.
“It all hit us at the same time. We were seeing everything the way everybody else was. I feel like I shouldn’t even comment on it, because I feel like I’ll get in trouble, but it was wild,” Stassi said on The Morning Beat. “There were a lot of group chats between the cast going on about that.”
As some may have seen, Bri made statements about the editing of Pump Rules, which included an admission to purposely making Scheana Shay look bad for not befriending her and a statement about Bravo favoring Stassi and Beau, while appearing on a series of since-deleted episodes of the Twisted Plot Podcast.
Regarding her wedding, Stassi said she and Beau haven’t made any official calls quite yet.
“The tentative plan is to be getting married in Rome in October, but we both have realized that that’s most likely not happening,” she explained. “We just can’t bring ourselves to like fully pull the plug yet, so we’re just slowly going through the motions, but we’re not actively planning anything right now. We’re kind of just waiting. We’re sticking our heads in the sand.”
While Stassi and Beau’s wedding isn’t for another five months, it’s hard to say what rules and regulations will be in place when October comes around due to the unpredictable spread of the coronavirus, which hit Italy quite hard months ago and continues to be a factor for the country.
As they wait to make a final decision in regard to canceling or moving forward with their nuptials, Stassi and Beau are leaving the door open for a potential pregnancy.
“If it happens it happens. I mean, that would derail my wedding plans. That’s for sure. But I don’t think its a full-blown plan,” Stassi explained. “I just want a baby so bad though [and] honestly, it feels like the right time. If we’re going to continue to be quarantined, it’s like the downtime you take when you’re pregnant.”
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