Vanderpump Rules fans know that Ariana Madix has made it very clear that she doesn’t want the traditional path of getting married and having children — so much so, that she doesn’t even want to be asked about it in interviews anymore after reporters consistently ask her the same questions. However, Tom Sandoval wants a wife and a family and seems to be waiting for his girlfriend to come around.
The couple just purchased a gorgeous $2 million home in the same neighborhood as Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright. The newlyweds plan to have children soon and want to fill their house with children.
Jax recently spoke to Bravo’s The Daily Dish where he commented on Sandoval’s and Madix’s stagnant relationship and made it clear that he doesn’t think the two are a match made in heaven.
‘I think they’re glorified roommates. I think they’re both good people [but] I think they want different things. Tom wants to be out every night. Ariana wants to be in her bedroom every night watching movies. Nothing adds up… I don’t think they’re compatible [and] I don’t think it’s going to last forever.’
He also thinks that if Tom stays with Ariana, he will have regrets.
‘I personally think that Tom Sandoval wants to get married. I think he wants to have kids. If you want kids, now is the time to do it. If you don’t, that’s fine. But make sure you really don’t. Don’t just stay in a relationship because you’ve got the house and you’ve got the dog and, well, it’s easier. You’ll look back and regret, regret, regret.’
Taylor took the opportunity to address his former BFF’s attitude about what happened when they bought their homes around the same time.
‘[Tom] was like, this was the one thing he wanted on his own. So, I’m not allowed to buy a house. I wasn’t even trying to buy a house. Brittany had to talk me into it. I got married. I want to start a family. The next thing is to buy a home.’
He went on to say that he never understood their relationship and doesn’t understand why they bought a house together.
Sadly, the two have gone from being nearly inseparable to being ‘cordial.’