Real Housewives of Johannesburg's Brinnette admits to being very broody

Real Housewives of Johannesburg's Brinnette admits to being very broody

- Brinnette Seopela, one of the stars of season 2 of Real Housewives of Johannesburg, wants to have a baby

- She opened up about her desire to have a little bun in her oven

- If she's not getting pregnant the natural way, she'll even consider IVF

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One of the glamorous stars of the popular reality TV show, Real Housewives of Johannesburg, Brinnette Seopela, wants a baby.

The reality TV star and businesswoman has opened up, admitting that she's feeling very broody. She can't wait to be a mom.

This revelation was made during an interview with Grace Norman on the Oh Gee! Show.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that the 40-year-old is feeling the time click by.

"I am feeling so broody, I feel I am getting old. As an only child I also feel pressure to make my mother a grandmother."

Brinnette lost her first child a day before she got married to her now-ex-husband. It was a very difficult experience for her.

"I have never felt so much pain in my entire life. I felt as though a part of me was taken away from me. My whole world crumbled before my eyes.

Now, Brinnette is dating a new man that she is crazy about. But if they'll have a child together remains to be seen.

"I do not know if he wants a baby or not. If I do not have a baby this year, I will definitely have IVF. If that does not work out, I will have to adopt a baby. If I adopt, I will adopt a baby who is literally a few weeks old."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Brinnette threatened to sue her fellow stars for defamation.

She accused the ladies of gossiping about her as well as making up malicious lies.

"For the past couple of episodes, all they’ve been doing is spreading lies about me, and intentionally trying to harm me as a brand."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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