Brittany Cartwright & Jax Taylor Want To Make A Baby During Coronavirus Quarantine

Vanderpump Rules fans finally saw the lavish wedding of Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright on the show. The duo actually tied the knot in July of 2019. Did you ever think that you would see the words “Jax Taylor” and “married’ in the same sentence?

While the pair have made no secret about their desire to start a family, the timeline for this has changed several times. It turns out that there was a pregnancy pact between Brittany and her Pump Rules co-stars Lala Kent, Katie Maloney, and Stassi Schroeder. Can you imagine all these ladies with babies at the same time? Bravo could have a new show–Vanderpump Rules: The Next Generation.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Brittany and Jax shared that they decided to hold off on babies because Brittany didn’t want to miss out on attending Stassi and Lala’s weddings.  Unfortunately, Lala’s wedding to Randall Emmett was postponed from April until July because of the coronavirus outbreak. According to Page Six, Stassi and Beau Clark are still set to get married in Rome in October.

Now Brittany and Jax are re-thinking their plans for a family once again. The couple told E!’s Just The Sip that baby-making is at the top of their priority list during quarantine.


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“We’re going strong,” Brittany shared. “We’re hoping that we can get a quarantine baby out of this.” Of course, Jax was a bit hesitant.

“I wasn’t sure at the beginning. I was like  “‘I’m not sure this is a good idea. I don’t know how long this is going to go on,’” Jax stated. “I watched The Walking Dead. I saw what happened when they got pregnant. I was scared. I was like what if we won’t be able to get to the doctor? But I put all of that past me.”


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Oh, Jax. How romantic to compare your quarantining situation and starting a family to a zombie apocalypse!

Jax does know what kind of father he wants to be for his children. “I just…I had the best childhood,” he said in a video clip. Sadly, Jax’s father, Ronald Cauchie, died in December of 2017 after a battle with cancer.


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Jax explained, “My parents worked really hard to give my sister and I everything. Now I look back and my dad worked his ass off literally to get me everything I’ve ever wanted,” he told E!’s Just The Sip host Justin Sylvester.

“I want to be that person. I want to be that dad. I never want to say no,” Jax added. “My parents were just such good parents. My father was an amazing man and I just hope I can do it justice.”


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