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Vanderpump Rules’ Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz Talk Trying to Conceive 1st Child: ‘Not Getting Any Younger’

Not long now? Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz ended a Friday, August 28, podcast episode to “go make a baby.”

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The “You’re Gonna Love Me” podcast host, 33, concluded the show by saying that she and her husband, 37, “are not getting any younger.”

When Schwartz replied, “Let’s go make a baby,” Maloney said, “Doesn’t work like that. I’ve got the app and right now, tonight is not [the time]. But we can practice.”

Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz Talk Trying to Conceive
Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz Broadimage/Shutterstock

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As far as their timeline, the couple are not concerning themselves with too much planning. “I’ve gotten better about being in the present and not living in the future like we talked about,” the TomTom Bar cofounder explained. “We’ll have a baby when the time is right.”

Last month, Maloney exclusively told Us Weekly that her former Vanderpump Rules costar Stassi Schroeder’s June pregnancy reveal had given her baby fever.

“Tom and I definitely were talking about this summer being like the time to do the baby dance and try to make it happen,” the Utah native said in July. “We’re trying not to stress out about and are trying to keep [our] eyes on our own page, but still be excited for someone else.”

While she didn’t want to “fast track” her family plans because of the Next Level Basic author’s news, Maloney said it would be “great” if she and the Minnesota native conceived their first child.

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“That’s the main thing that everyone always says, they’re like, ‘Just don’t stress about it or don’t be anxious about it. It’ll happen when you’re not thinking about it,’” the Pucker and Pout cofounder explained.

Her husband doesn’t want to be a “rickety old dad,” he exclusively told Us in March, adding, “I want to be able to run around with my kid and throw him over my shoulder and play ball with him. Or her. Slipped there. I low-key want boys, but I’m down for two girls.”

He and Maloney tied the knot in 2016, then legally wed three years later in Las Vegas.

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