They got married seven months ago at the Natural History Museum in a beautiful candlelit ceremony covered exclusively by HELLO! magazine.
And as Ollie Locke and Gareth Locke embarked on their journey to parenthood, they also spoke to the magazine about their hopes of starting a family with the help of a surrogate.
Now, welcoming us into their newly renovated West London home for an exclusive photoshoot and interview, the Made in Chelsea stars have vowed to continue with their journey for as long as it takes after their first attempt to have a child was unsuccessful.
WATCH: Inside Ollie and Gareth's stunning home
"I think our expectations were very high and we really thought it was going to work, but nature's nature and we can't do anything about it," Ollie says. "We have to think that it wasn't meant to be and we are going to go ahead in a month or so and do it again. We're optimistic.
"Sometimes it just doesn't work. But that's not going to stop us from trying again and again."
The couple live in West London
This recent setback has only crystallised how much they are ready to become parents. "The feeling of not being pregnant this time really made us realise how much we want to become parents and we are determined to do that," Gareth explains.
In Hello!, the couple open the doors to their three-bedroom, three-bathroom home and explain why they decided to totally remodel it. The ground floor has been knocked through into one room, the kitchen ripped out, expanded and replaced, new floors have been fitted throughout and all the bedrooms are newly redecorated.
Ollie and Gareth married last year
“We got married and I moved into the house but Ollie had already lived there,” Gareth tells us. “So now we have put our own stamp on the house together. We changed it from Ollie’s bachelor pad to our marital home, and hopefully it’s going to be our family home.”
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