Audrina Patridge's bundle of joy is set to arrive at the end of June, so the former The Hills star has been prepping for her daughter's arrival and her wedding to fiancé Corey Bohan. With so much piling up on her plate, Patridge tells Fit Pregnancy and Baby that she had to draw the line somewhere.
"I didn't want to rush getting married, because stress is bad for the baby. I was a little worried about people judging me for it, but Corey wasn't," Patridge shares with the magazine. "He said, 'Stop caring what people think. Their opinions don't matter.' Anyway, we've already been together for so long, it's like we're already married. It's just a title at this point—and a ring."
The MTV star and her fiancé agreed to push back their wedding until November, but Patridge has found herself overwhelmed with planning. Not wanting to be bogged down by a huge crowd, the happy couple agreed to have a smaller wedding, which means certain people had to be cut from the festivities.
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"We just finalized the guest list, and it's about 130 people, mostly family. As far as friends go, we only invited the ones who've been there for us in the past year and who will continue to be there for us for the next 30," she admits.
"So, no one from The Hills made the cut. If we were doing a really big wedding, I'd invite them, but we're keeping it intimate."
But after the finally tie the knot, these two will be jetting off on a romantic honeymoon—but they won't be alone. "If we take a honeymoon, we're definitely bringing [our daughter]—and my little sister, so she can watch the baby while we go out to dinner or snorkel," she shares. "I'm so lucky I'm so close to my family. If I had to hire a stranger to babysit, I'd probably freak out."
Until her and Bohan's baby comes, however, she's just sitting back and enjoying pregnancy. Fortunately, she hasn't experienced any of the potential bad side effects. "At first, I'd anticipated the worst. I thought, I'm going to get morning sickness. My back will hurt. My rings won't fit. I was ready for anything, but none of it happened," she says.
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"I'm glowing and happy. There were three or four days during my first trimester when I could not get out of bed and all I wanted to do was sleep. But overall, I'm feeling good! Watching my body transform has been amazing. I feel like a woman now."
Even though Patridge rose to fame with the hit reality MTV series, she's determined to keep her daughter off that path for as long as possible. "Not until she's 18. I'm already super-protective of her. Random people have been coming up to me and touching my belly. It's so weird," she explains. "This guy at the airport asked if he could take a picture with me and put his hand right on my stomach. I was like, 'Please, don't touch!'"