Sorry, Trista Sutter fans. You may find the reality TV babe attractive, but you won't be seeing any intimate shots of this pregnant former star of The Bachlerette on the small screen any time soon.
Her and husband Ryan Sutter have no plans to have cameras follow around this aspect of their lives.
"One hundred percent no!" said Trista in the June 25 issue of OK! Weekly when asked if there would be a reality show following the soon-to-be first-time parents. "When it comes to cameras being in your private life 24 hours a day, that's something we're in total agreement will never be happening again. That's how we met and we're really appreciative of that, but that won't be happening. Sorry to the public if they're wanting to see any of the birth!"
That's okay, Trista. We can stare at Paris Hilton pussy pictures instead any time we want.
Trista and Ryan met while taping the first season of ABC's The Bachelorette in 2002. They're the only couple from that franchise to actually make it down the aisle, although Andy Baldwin and Tessa Horst hope to follow suit.
Ten months after the show ended, ABC aired a three-episode series that detailed the events leading up to Trista and Ryan's December 2003 wedding ceremony. Maybe Selita Ebanks should watch it for tips on her impending nuptials.
In February 2007 the twosome announced they were expecting their first child.
"I'm excited but nervous," Ryan said. "You want to be a good dad, but you worry about the health of your baby and being able to raise it so they become a good person. It's a lot of responsibility and I don't take that lightly."
Looks like someone has taken the anti-Britney Spears view on parenting. Way to go, Ryan!
Lastly, Trista said she didn't wanna know the gender of the baby until it was born because "we want to be surprised... I really would like to meet the baby [before naming it]."
That way, maybe she can avoid any Sutton Pierece/Jayden James confusion. It's a good plan.