When are Nico Bolzico and Solenn Heussaff having a baby?
Nico said he is leaving the decision to his wife.
In an interview, the 34-year-old businessman told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), "I am ready, I would love to have a family. I think that's the reason why we're here in the world.
"But we don't rush it. I really believe that that's the decision from the girl of the relationship, the lady of the relationship, and that's Solenn.
"Because at the end of the day, that's her body. She's the one who'll tell me when to do it and when not to do it."
His 33-year-old wife does not want to be pressured.
The Argentinian model added, "And I will respect any decision and any thoughts she has about having a baby.
"And I'm ready whenever she's ready."
What kind of parent does Nico think he'll be?
He answered, "I think I'm gonna be the type of like makulit. I'm not gonna be the one who'll discipline the kid for sure.
"I'm gonna be the one who'll spoil the kid. I'll leave the discipline to wifezilla."
Wifezilla is his term of endearment for Solenn.
PEP.ph caught up with Nico at the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note S9 on Tuesday, August 14, at the grand ballroom of Marriott Hotel in Resorts World complex, Pasay City.
BULLIED HUSBANDS CLUB
On Instagram, Nico is the founding member of "Bullied Husbands Club," which is composed of the It Girls—Solenn Heussaff, Anne Curtis, Isabelle Daza, and Georgina Wilson—better halves.
Smiling, he recalled how it started, "It's kind of like making fun of ourselves because it comes out of our respect to our wives, like show that we're a little bit afraid of them.
"But every joke that we make is just to highlight the beauty of them and how good they are."
In essence, it's being proud of the fact that they're married to empowered women.
"I think it's kind of like... it's funny because everyone can identify, you know, having all these types of situations with a wife that we can all feel or identify.
"And it's kind of the basis of the Bullied Husband's Club is to show respect to your wife and always be, sort of, the husband they need."
The term started appearing on Nico's Instagram account early this year.
One of the members or "employees" is Nico's brother-in-law Erwan Heussaff.
For his part, Erwan clarified that they're not exactly "bullied."
"I think it's a badge of honor that we wear.
"The reason why consider ourselves 'bullied' is because our wives actually care about us and like to take care of us.
"It started as a term of endearment and it's caught on and we're so shocked, but we're happy about it."