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However, the couple went on to something rather offbeat in an attempt to keep the spark in their relationship going where they went on to take a marriage counseling course.
Talking about it to Times of India, Rao said, “The course was about catching up with each other and figuring out what we have learnt about each other in the last couple of years. Things that we may want to talk about or discuss in a neutral way and discovering more about each other as well. It was for about six weeks and we had one or two sessions per week, which were actually a lot of fun. Some parts of the course were romantic as well."
She added, “We decided to do this course because we had completed two years of marriage (in 2020) and we thought, why not catch up on where we are? We had done a marriage counselling course like this when we were engaged as well as a pre-wedding kind of thing, so this was like a continuation of that.”
Talking about how it changed their relationship in a great way, she said, “It changed our relationship in a great way, like there were a few things that we had both said and done to each other in the last couple of years that were misunderstood and not processed properly. This gave us the opportunity to just clear the air without targeting or making it look like a fight. It was actually very sweet because we sorted out matters in a healthy way. So that changed our opinion of each other."
Opening up on if they have any plans to start a family soon, she said, “I don’t feel any pressure to start a family right away, but both Keith and I have been very clear on our timelines and when we want to start on that phase of our lives. We definitely want to start our family, but we are happy with where we are in our lives currently. So when the time is right, we both will go for it."