Victor Cruz Talks Marriage & Family Plans With Girlfriend Karrueche

Wedding bells, is that you playa? Coming in from across the Himalayas?

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Wedding bells, is that you playa? Coming in from across the Himalayas?

Judging from Pop of the Morning host Victor Cruz's latest interview on The Wendy Williams Show, it won't be long before he decides to pop the question to his girlfriend of two years, Karrueche Tran, and we want an invite.

In the segment, the father-of-one confirmed that they are still happily boo'd up and more in love than ever, and he even revealed his plans of marriage and a family with the 31-year-old actress. When asked if he loved Karrueche enough to tie the knot, he had this to say:

"I do. Absolutely."

Victor also opened up about building the courage to try his luck with his one-day girlfriend, and according to him, it was one shot he knew he had to take while he had the chance. He told Wendy:

"I met her through a mutual friend of ours, and we had always kind-of been friends. I would see her around and we would have conversations, but as I got reintroduced to her through a mutual friend, I was like, 'I gotta take a shot at this if I want her to be my girl and I want to take her seriously. I gotta take a shot.'"

The two ultimately wouldn't go on their first date until after one of Victor's birthday parties.

"I invited her to a very intimate birthday party of mine. It was no more than 15 people. So I invited her, and we had a good time. I wound up staying in LA an extra day so that we could go on our first date together."

Since December 2017, it's clear that the usually low-key couple can't help but gush about one another, and we are here for all of the NSFW Instagram comments. In a previous interview with Big Boy, Karrueche explained that she only found love after learning to love herself (correctly), first:

"I can put myself first, but I can also love someone else at the same time. There's room for both. I think before I was just putting too much energy into one and not giving a bleep about myself. I'm also in a different head space, like I'm more career-driven, so I can take care of that. He lives on the East Coast so we have our time together, but then we also have our time apart where he works and he does his thing. I have my thing and my space. And then we come back together!"

The former NFL star has been open in the past about his plans for the future with the Claws actress and says that his hope is to one day build a life with Karrueche. While Victor is the proud father of an 8-year-old daughter from a previous relationship, he plans to expand a family and add a son to their roster:

"I want my little boy. I want my little football player."

For total clarity, Karrueche isn't pregnant--at all. But Victor said that whether the two have a son or a daughter in the future, he'll love them all the same.

Watch the full clip below:


Featured image by Instagram/@karrueche.

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