Home » Pump Rules Star Katie Maloney Confirms She Began Trying for a Baby Over the Summer but She’s Not Pregnant Yet
Katie Maloney hosted a Q&A session with her fans and followers on her Instagram Stories on Monday night, November 16. During the chat, she opened up about her baby plans and her thoughts on The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.
As she and her Vanderpump Rules castmates await a decision from Bravo in regard to their potential ninth season, she was asked about the baby boom amongst her cast and questioned about her thoughts on the latest addition to the Real Housewives franchise, which is based out of her hometown.
“Are you pregnant?” one fan asked.
“I’m not but as a general rule, can we just stop asking people? Because it’s like, I would love to be pregnant but I’m not and so sometimes seeing this question over and over is a little [frustrating],” Katie replied.
Another fan wanted to know if Katie was feeling pressured by the pregnancies of her Pump Rules castmates, including Lala Kent, Brittany Cartwright, and Scheana Shay, and her former co-star, Stassi Schroeder.
“Honestly, no,” Katie replied. “[Tom Schwartz] and I decided a while ago that we would start trying this past summer, which we have, and it hasn’t happened for us yet. So when the time is right for us… But in the meantime, I’m having a lot of fun being along for the ride with my friends.”
“I can’t wait to meet all the babies,” she added.
A third person asked Katie if she was “sick and tired” of all the questions surrounding her and Tom’s plans for children.
In response, Katie nodded.
Later on in the chat, Katie shared her thoughts on RHOSLC, which premiered on Bravo last week.
“Listen, I’m loving the show so much so far. There’s definitely a ritzy sort of aspect to Utah, or Park City, as a whole. But I don’t think it’s necessarily realistic or accurate to the people that live there,” she admitted.
According to Katie, she wasn’t shading the cast of the show whatsoever but simply believes that what is being seen on the show was a far cry from the way she grew up in Salt Lake City.
“What I saw was glamorous and amazing but so not the vibe of people in Utah,” she shared.
“However,” she continued. “I am feeling really proud of these women, and I think they’re going to do Utah real proud and I’m really happy that people are getting to see a whole other side of it.”
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season one airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on Bravo.