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Louise Thompson: I'll have tiny babies!

Published 10/11/2015

Alik Alfus and Louise Thompson
Alik Alfus and Louise Thompson

TV star Louise Thompson and her boyfriend Alik Alfus are already discussing kids.

Made in Chelsea star Louise Thompson has joked that she and American boyfriend Alik Alfus will have tiny babies.

The pair met while filming scenes for the reality show in New York last year (14) and have been together ever since. It's not easy letting their relationship play out in front of the cameras, but things are going well and they're even planning a future together - despite the fact that 5ft-tall Louise worries their offspring could be on the short side.

"We actually do - more so recently," she opened up to Britain's OK! magazine when asked if they discuss having kids. "His dad is quite keen to have grandchildren and I want a big family. I still think at 25 I'm too young, but I don't think I'll be with anyone else. I'm sure we'll get married, but then our children will be really small."

Made in Chelsea is known for the ups and downs of its characters' love lives, so it's amazing Louise and Alik have made it this far. After a romance with the show's resident playboy Spencer Matthews, it seems the star has finally found the right person to settle down with and even the long distance between her and US native Alik can't hold them back.

"I don't think many couples would last or survive what we're going through, so it's empowering," she smiled. "I think if I was with anyone else, I wouldn't be able to handle it. We're probably the only relationship that seems to have survived reality TV. Maybe it's because he's not here!"

The pair could soon be seeing a lot more of each other, as Louise plans to move over to New York next year (16). However, she admits she keeps changing her mind, as her friends, family and work are all based in London, UK.

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