Lydia Bright wants to be with Arg 'forever'
- Bang Showbiz
- 25 June 2015
'TOWIE' babe Lydia Bright isn't going to pressure her boyfriend James 'Arg' Argent into getting married soon because she believes the couple will be "together forever" now they've reunited
Lydia Bright believes she's going to be with boyfriend James 'Arg' Argent "forever".
Despite constant questions asking her when she's going to tie the knot, the 'TOWIE' babe insists she's in no rush to get married to Arg now they've rekindled their relationship because she knows their love is the real deal.
The blonde beauty exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I got asked on live TV the other day and I was like, 'Oh it's not for me to decide!' It was on 'Good Morning Britain' and they asked, 'Is he proposing?' and I can't really answer because I've not been proposed to! But you know it's something that will happen eventually and I'm not rushing. We both know that we're going to be together forever."
The couple - who are now living together - wouldn't be able to get hitched this summer even if they wanted to because they are are planning a romantic getaway to visit Lydia's relatives in Italy and are also juggling their hectic work commitment and she knows they will marry when the time is right.
Speaking at the Disaronno Terrace London launch party at Golden Bee in London on Wednesday night (24.06.15), she said: "It's not like we would be rushing (into marriage) but we're so busy. We're filming and he's been putting together a wedding band for his singing and he's really busy doing all of that.
"I've got filming and my clothing line has just relaunched and I've got my blog and stuff, so we're both so busy in our careers that it's finding time to do all that. So there's no rush. We're going to wait until things are a little bit quieter and we have time to plan it."
Lydia was joined at the party by her former 'The Only Way Is Essex' co-star Sam Faiers and was seen sipping Disaronno Sour cocktails with 'Made in Chelsea' gang Stevie Johnson, Tiffany Watson and Sam Thompson.