Andi Dorfman and Bachelorette season 10 winner Josh Murray are reportedly fighting over when she should get pregnant.
“If it was up to Josh, Andi would have gotten pregnant yesterday,” a source told Life and Style magazine, claiming that the couple has been arguing about it.
Andi recently told Good Morning America that she wants to have a big family.
“I want a crazy chaotic house. I want, like, four or five kids running around. That’s happiness for me,” she said.
Meanwhile, Andi threw Josh a surprise party at Del Frisco’s Grille, along with about 25 friends and family members, reported Access Atlanta.
“The party crowd dined on cheesesteak eggrolls, pimento cheese fritters, edamame, hummus and French onion dip before moving onto a selection of flatbreads including the roasted tomato, pesto chicken, wild mushroom and garlic shrimp. They enjoyed assorted libations including champagne, of course, and then followed up with yellow cake with chocolate frosting from A Piece of Cake,” it reported.
“The party then continued celebrating at The Painted Pin, a swank boutique bowling alley and entertainment venue in the Miami Circle district, where festivities included the Painted Pin’s signature ‘Moscow Mule Slushies,’ and had fun bowling and playing shuffleboard. Josh blew out 30 candles on a Painted Pin bowling cake while the band played ‘Happy Birthday.'”
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) August 9, 2014
Murray had a great time and was surprised–an eyewitness told People magazine that he was overhead saying, “I had no idea – I’m completely shocked!”
Murray took to Twitter to proclaim: “My amazing fiancé @AndiDorfman threw me a surprise Birthday party last night, how awesome is she!?! #imaluckyman”
Andi wore a white sleeveless top, skinny black leather pants, a statement necklace, and nude high-heeled sandals.
The party was also an opportunity for some of their friends to meet the significant other. “It seems like this is the first time some of their friends are meeting each other,” an attendee said.
Murray and Dorfman and a small group stayed at The Painted Pin until 2:30 a.m.