“The Valley: ”Kristen Doute Asks 'When's My Time' as She Discusses Having a Baby with Boyfriend Luke Broderick

The reality TV star has been linked to Broderick since December 2022

<p>Joe Scarnici/FilmMagic</p> Kristen Doute

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Kristen Doute

Kristen Doute is ready to grow her family.

On the season premiere of Bravo'sThe Valley, the Vanderpump Rules alum, 41, shared that she is actively trying to get pregnant with her boyfriend Luke Broderick, whom she's been dating since December 2022.

In a confessional, Doute laments that it's been hard to see her friends expand their families as they all get older.

“Watching all of my friends over the past few years get married, have babies, grow their families,” Doute begins. “I’m the oldest girl in this group. When’s my time?”

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Related: Vanderpump Rules Alum Kristen Doute Reveals 'Terrifying' Miscarriage at Six Weeks: 'What Did I Do Wrong?'

In November, Doute spoke on her podcast Sex, Love, and What Else Matters with Kristen Doute aboutexperiencing a miscarriage at six weeks.

"I only feel comfortable talking about this because I know so many friends of mine have gone through this," Doute began. "I know so many women have been through this. And it's really f------ terrifying because you always think, 'What's wrong, what did I do wrong? Could I have done something different?'"

"And my doctor and my friends told me, inside and out, up and down, there's no cause. They don't know why," she said of the miscarriage.

Although the couple was navigating through a tough time, Doute said that they were trying to focus on the positives.

"The only silver lining, the fact that we've now been digesting this for the last four or five days, is that I know once Luke and I are past this, we can try again," she affirmed. "And we were very lucky and very fortunate that we got pregnant so quickly. We were so so lucky because it could have gone a different way for me at my age."

"I haven't gone through IVF, I haven't frozen my eggs. I haven't done anything. I just think there's something in God's plan," she said at the time.

"It was just a really unfortunate thing that happened to us," Doute added. "And I know that we can try fairly soon. And I think that we're very hopeful to have a very healthy pregnancy the next time around."

The Valley airs Tuesdays on Bravo at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Episodes will stream the next day on Peacock.

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