“We haven’t lost the spice yet,” the 28-year-old assured fans while promoting the couple’s new book, A Love Letter Life. “But, I will say that a lot of people feel like their … sex life in general … it all has to be spontaneous.” He explained that marriage takes work and you need to be realistic. He added, “It’s OK to plan stuff. Or, have an alarm on my phone that goes off that says, ‘Text my wife something sexy or romantic.’ … That’s designed success.”
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His gorgeous spouse, 27, couldn’t agree more. She pointed out, “If you’re so intentional about planning all these other things in your life, why would you not plan that if it’s just as important as your job or whatever?” Great point!
Keep killing the marriage game, you two!