Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici Talk Babies Amid Wedding Planning, 'She Wants Three' (VIDEO)

Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici may be focused on wedding planning but the couple is also said to be in talks about having a baby.

The "Bachelor" season 17 couple is expected to wed in coming months and Lowe, 29, recently revealed that they do in fact have plans to start a family. Giudici, who is a 26-year-old graphic designer, reportedly wants three children and Lowe has agreed.

"We talk about it quite a bit. I think she likes the number three, she has two other siblings, so that's fine by me," Lowe told

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"As far as what they look like, I don't know. I always tease her and say our son is going to look like Manny Pacquiao because that's the only famous Filipino I know. We'll see, I hope they are beautiful children," he said.

On May 28, it was revealed that the Christian entrepreneur, 29, and Giudici have not yet set a wedding date, but they have found their location. Lowe is expected to wed Giudici in a televised wedding ceremony, which will air on the ABC network.

"It's probably going to be in LA," Lowe said about the wedding location.

"If we do the televised wedding, which it looks like we will, it just makes more sense since that production crew is in the LA area and her family is in Seattle, mine is in Dallas," he continued. "LA is a good meeting point."

Lowe and Giudici, who accepted his marriage proposal during the show's finale episode, will become the fourth "Bachelor" franchise couple to wed on TV. They will follow in the footsteps of "Bachelorette" star Trista Rehn and husband Ryan Sutter, who starred in "Trista & Ryan's Wedding" among others. Lowe explained his decision to go ahead with a televised wedding.

"My relationship developed on TV, so it almost would make sense to marry on TV," Lowe previously told Life & Style magazine.

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