‘I’d love to start a family’: Jesinta Franklin reveals she’s planning on having children with her AFL star husband Buddy
Jesinta Franklin (née Campbell) has gone from a beauty pageant queen to a high fashion model and entrepreneur.
And in a preview for the latest issue of Australian Women’s Health, the 27-year-old said she’s become a lot wiser, and is now focused on starting a family.
The wife of AFL Sydney Swans star Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin explained that she no longer sweats the small stuff, and doesn’t tolerate ‘so much bulls**t’.
‘I have a stronger sense of self’: Jesinta Franklin (née Campbell), 27, revealed in the latest issue of Australian Women’s Health, that she’s become a lot wiser
‘My sense of self has gotten stronger, which a lot of people could say, ‘Oh, you’ve changed’, but it’s just that I no longer stand so much bulls**t,’ she said.
Jesinta also has babies on the brain, adding: ‘(I’d) really love to start a family.’
The former David Jones ambassador wed Buddy, 32, in an intimate ceremony with close friends and family in the Blue Mountains, back in November 2016.
Jesinta and Buddy quickly settled into married life, and consider themselves to be just like any other couple.
Stance: ‘My sense of self has gotten stronger, which a lot of people could say, ‘Oh, you’ve changed’, but it’s just that I no longer stand so much bulls**t,’ the model told the fitness bible
‘We definitely don’t see ourselves as a power couple,’ Jesinta told BW Magazine in January this year. ‘Despite what we have going on, it’s a very simple quiet life for us here in Sydney.’
Speaking of their home life, Jesinta added: ‘We don’t go out of our way to attract attention – we get home, put our PJs on, cook dinner and argue about who’s going to do the dishes.’
That quiet life may also mean an early retirement for Jesinta.
Clucky: Jesinta also told Australian Women’s Health that she would ‘really love to start a family’. Pictured with husband Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, 32
The stunner told The Morning Show earlier this year that she will slow down work commitments sometime after age 36.
‘My husband will retire football at 36 so I figured I would, you know, kind of have to be not far behind him,’ she said.
‘My absolute goal would be to commit 100 per cent of my time to charity work and to be able to do things that really make a difference.’
Married life: The couple wed in an intimate ceremony with close friends and family in the Blue Mountains, back in November 2016