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star Gretchen Rossi and fiancee Slade Smiley have yet to walk down the aisle.
And by all accounts it doesn't seem like they're in much of a rush.
"We think that maybe something should be kept for us. "You know what, honestly, every single time we start planning and thinking that we're going to make it happen, something comes up or somebody can't make it in the family or just something...
That day is supposed to be pretty special and I don't know if it's something that should be filmed for a reality show." He later added that with all their projects on the horizon, the pair are doing really well. "There are great things happening." Gretchen also recently opened up about their upcoming nuptials, where she also noted that time isn't of the essence. It's so funny because at this point, I'm like, screw it. Because like every time we have a plan or have something, it always is like getting messed up.