Chip Gaines Admits To Liking Wife Joanna Pregnant Since He Used To Date ‘Bigger-Boned Girls’

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Apr. 24 2018, Published 5:09 p.m. ET

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Speak your truth, Chip Gaines! The Fixer Upper star got very candid during an appearance on Today with his pregnant wife Joanna, where he full-on admitted that he enjoys her curvier figure because he dated “bigger-boned girls” in the past.  

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They stopped by the popular morning talk show to promote her new cookbook Magnolia Table. Joanna also happens to be pregnant with their fifth child, so Chip discussed how his attraction for her has grown as she continues to. 


“Prior to my relationship with Joanna, I always dated slightly bigger-boned girls,” he admitted. “So whenever Jo’s pregnant, it’s kind of my thing. It’s kind of my jam.” 

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Joanna, who turned 40 last week, wanted to change the subject ASAP, so she said "Let’s talk about chicken pot pie.” Aww!

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They also discussed how the age gap between their impending newborn and their other kids is quite large, something that Chip said he is “nervous” about, though Joanna finds it exciting as she’ll have “a lot of little helpers” this time around. 

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Their other kids are sons Drake, 12, and Duke, 9, and daughters Ella, 11, and Emmie Kay, 8. Will this be Joanna’s last pregnancy and the last time Chip can enjoy her curvier figure?  

Do you think baby number five will be the last for Chip and Joanna? Sound off in the comments! 


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