Lalla: "I'm not getting married till I get a ring that rivals Khloe K's"

2014-07-16 07:00


TV presenter Lalla Hirayama  has been with her boo Chris Nkosi for a couple of years. The Juice  got to speak to Lalla recently about her relationship with Chris and found out that their love is still as strong as ever, even if there are no plans for a wedding.

Talking about the couples romance, Lalla told us that Chris is her rock and that she is so glad she has him in her life. "He keeps me on the straight and narrow. We live together and so I get to see him right before I close my eyes at night and he's the first thing I see every morning." she says. " We try and spend as much quality time together as possible. I feel like that's important in this industry".

Ever since the couple started getting serious there have been questions about the two making it official and getting married, but as Lalla tells us, she can wait - at least until she gets an engagement ring that will rival the best. "He must make sure that my engagement ring puts Khloe Kardashians to shame. So, he has a lot of saving to do. Up until that ring is paid for, there's no wedding plans" she jokes.

There were reports last year that Chris actually had a family ring that he was planning to give to Lalla but Lalla says she knows nothing about it. "Well, if he has a ring already, I'd be impressed. I would want to know which bank he's robbed," she says. Adding, "A girls expectations have risen over the last few years, especially with Chris. But if he had to bring out a family ring, I'd say yes!"

She reveals that even without a ring she feels like they are already married. "I love him and I can't wait, but I feel like we need to wait until we are ready emotionally, financially - so it'll be a while," she told us. "I feel like we're a married couple sometimes.He drives me crazy, I drive him crazy. Just a perfectly normal marriage without the ring. One day we will, but it has to be the right time".

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