‘Why wait?’ Emma Freedman, 30, says she’s ready for children just three months after tying the knot with finance worker Charlie Rundle
Andrew Court For Daily Mail Australia
Emma Freedman only got married three months ago.
But the bubbly media personality says she and her new husband Charlie Rundle are ready for children.
Speaking with Stellar magazine on Sunday, the 30-year-old stated: ‘There’s no rush, but why wait? We want kids.’
‘Why wait?’ Media personality Emma Freedman told Stellar on Sunday that she’s ready for to have children with new husband Charlie Rundle (pictured)
Emma further told the publication: ‘This time is really precious, it’s fun and exciting, and if kids come with that soon-ish, that’s amazing. We don’t mind.’
The former Channel Nine weather presenter, who is the daughter of thoroughbred racehorse trainer Lee Freedman, also opened up to Stellar about married life.
She says she hasn’t noticed many big changes in her relationship with Charlie since tying the knot.
‘I know he leaves his dirty socks at the end of the bed!’: Emma says there’s no ‘surprises’ after marrying Charlie, as they’d already been living together
‘In terms of home life, we’ve lived together for like three years, there are no surprises. I know he leaves his dirty socks at the end of the bed!’ she laughed.
However, she added that there is ‘an element of comfort’ that comes with married life.
Emma and finance worker Charlie began dating in 2015.
Blushing bride: Emma wore an elaborate A-line gown complete with layers of tulle and intricate detail at her wedding back in June
The pair exchanged ‘I dos’ before family and friends in a lavish ceremony in Sydney back in June, just five months after they announced their engagement.
Looking simply breathtaking, Emma wore an elaborate A-line gown complete with layers of tulle and intricate detail.
The popular personality currently juggles duties co-hosting Triple M’s Grill Team program with work on Fox Sports.
Busy: The popular personality currently juggles duties co-hosting Triple M’s Grill Team program with work on Fox Sports