Vivek Dahiya and Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya are a popular couple. Read to know what Vivek has to say regarding starting a family.
MUMBAI: One of the most popular couples, Vivek Dahiya and Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya have a massive fan following. Their fans love their adorable chemistry and needless to say, Vivek and Divyanka set major relationship goals.
As Divyanka put out a cute post celebrating her five year engagement anniversary on January 15, hubby Vivek was away to Chandigarh and the two missed each other on the day. “We got engaged in Chandigarh five years ago,” Vivek said to Times Of India. He added, “Acting job is such that family life goes for a toss. I am here in Chandigarh on our engagement anniversary while she couldn’t travel with me because she started the show ‘Crime Patrol’ as a host.”
Five years of being married also means dealing with parental pressures of starting a family. And yes, the couple does face that pressure most of the time. “Especially since in the lockdown so many people had kids, the pressure kind of escalated for us too. In 2017 on the stage of ‘Nachh Baliye’ we had said that by 2019 we will be thinking of parenthood. Back then we thought we will be able to buy enough time for two years. But somehow, we always feel we aren’t settled enough yet. I also feel I am kid myself, how can I handle another version of me,” he laughs. Divyanka, on the other hand, Vivek says is the mature and responsible one between the two of them. “I think most women are ahead of men in their maturity, so is Divyanka. I can also say that for my sister, mom and mom-in-law. They just have this natural in-built quality, and are genetically wired to be multitaskers, and are more dependable.”
Vivek says he and Divyanka are on the same page about having kids. “We understand that the biological clock is ticking and it is always better to be young parents than older ones. That way you can have more fun with the kids. We have discussed it many time and decided to defer it a little longer. We need some more time.”
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CREDITS: TIMES OF INDIA