"Not any time soon," Giudici, who got engaged to Lowe on The Bachelor's seventeenth-season finale, told Cupid's Pulse. "But yes, of course we want a family."
"They're in our future," Lowe said.
The couple's relationship, however, is apparently very strong and happy.
"[We're] wonderful. I'm with my best friend all the time," Lowe insisted.
"Yeah, we're inseparable," Giudici added.
"So you can't ask for anything more than that," Lowe explained.
Even though the pair got engaged in November 2012 and wed on live television this past January, Lowe and Giudici are still discovering new things about one another.
"Just little things," Lowe noted.
"Yeah, I'm messy," Giudici admitted.
"I have learned -- she's not really dirty. She's messy. She doesn't hang her clothes up. That kind of thing," Lowe explained.
"Never," Giudici said.
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"And I'm a neat freak. So that's one thing we're kind of working on right now," the former The Bachelor star said.
With Bachelor in Paradise having just aired, Lowe and Giudici talked to Cupid's Pulse about whether they'll keep in touch with the two couples who came out of the show dating -- Michelle Money and Cody Sattler as well as Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul.
"Well, Marcus actually lives in Dallas so we've been kind of talking with him... I'm sure if Lacy ends up moving to Dallas to be with Marcus, then we'll do some double dates," Giudici admitted.
"Yeah, we're rooting for both couples," Lowe explained. "I mean, they're great people and obviously we want The Bachelor to produce love like it did with us. And I think it might just work out for the both of them!"