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G Flip seems to be on the same page with Chrishell Stause about wanting kids one day.

“I definitely see children in my future,” the Australian musician, who identifies as non-binary and uses “they/their” pronouns, said during the latest episode of People’s “People Every Day” podcast.

“Right now, me and Chrishell know where we are in the stages of our lives,” they added. “And we’re very transparent about that.”

G Flip, 27, and Stause, 40, struck up a romance following the “Selling Sunset” star’s split from boss Jason Oppenheim in December 2021.

Stause was clear about her desire to have kids from the beginning, while Oppenheim, 45, was hesitant about it throughout their months-long relationship – and ultimately decided against it.

Stause previously dated “Selling Sunset” co-star and boss Jason Oppenheim.Getty Images

Now, it seems like Stause found someone who could potentially make her dreams of expanding her family a reality.

“I love children,” G Flip gushed in the podcast interview. “I was a music teacher for years before I became a session drummer and then a solo artist. So I was like, I’ve always loved kids. Definitely one day that’ll be in the future.”

They added, “I feel like it honestly, like, changes the world and it normalizes same-sex relationships. Two people who have the same sex organs can still have children.”

“I definitely see children in my future,” the Australian musician said.G Flip/YouTube

G Flip recalled first meeting Stause last Halloween when they were both dating other people. However, with the two becoming freshly single not long after that initial encounter, they struck up a rapport that quickly turned into something deeper.

“We just found a lot of similarities, even though people would think we are from like different corners of the world. We find ourselves so similar sometimes,” they explained.

“I’m very fortunate to have her in my life. We both feel like we’ll be in each other’s life forever. We have like a very strong connection that you don’t find every day.”

Stause stars in G Flip’s “Get Me Outta Here” music video – and tattooed the ink on her partner.gflip/Instagram

Stause confirmed she was dating G Flip during the “Selling Sunset” Season 5 reunion special that aired earlier this month.

The former soap star pointed to her starring role in G Flip’s recently released music video for “Get Me Outta Here” — in which she plays the singer’s love interest, as enacted through a series of steamy, NSFW scenes — as a catalyst for the pair’s real-life courtship.

“It was so much fun. We had such a blast. Not everyone’s going to be ready for it, but I think it’s great,” Stause said at the time. “I think it’s amazing. The song is amazing.”

Prior to G Flip and Oppenheim, Stause was briefly engaged to actor Matthew Morrison in the mid-aughts. She was married to “This Is Us” star Justin Hartley from 2017 to 2021.

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Chicago sees another violent weekend with 5 people killed and 33 shot including a 16-year-old boy near ‘The Bean’

FIVE people were killed in another weekend of violence in Chicago that saw 33 people shot as officials impose a new curfew.

Among those killed this weekend was a 16-year-old boy, who police say was shot near the famous "Bean" statue at Millennium Park.

3Seandell Holliday, 16, was one of five people killed this past weekend in ChicagoCredit: Legal Help Firm 3The violence led Mayor Lori Lightfoot to impose a curfew for unaccompanied minors in the popular area near 'The Bean' statueCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

Police said the 16-year-old, who was later identified as Seandell Holliday, was shot in the chest as crowds gathered near The Bean. He died at Lurie Children's Hospital.

A 17-year-old was arrested in that shooting and charged with second-degree murder, aggravated battery, and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, authorities said.

Police officers also arrested a 16-year-old who was carrying a 9mm "ghost gun", WGNTV reported.

Hours later, police reported that two children opened fire on a group of people in the same area, hitting one man in the neck while another man was shot in the hand, according to ABC 7 Chicago.

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In total, 26 minors and five adults were arrested on Saturday night. Officers also recovered eight guns from the premises.

The violence led Mayor Lori Lightfoot to announce a new curfew on Sunday that's effective immediately for minors in Millennium Park, the area where the incidents occurred over the weekend.

Lightfoot said that the curfew would prevent minors from entering Millennium Park without a “responsible adult” after 6pm, Thursday through Sunday.

No plans have been released on how the city will enforce the curfew or deal with violations, according to WGNTV.

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“We, as a city, can not allow any of our public spaces to become platforms for danger,” Lightfoot said.

“Anyone coming into our public spaces should expect to enjoy them peacefully and must respect and exhibit basic community norms of decency. We simply will not accept anything less.”

Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown made a plea to parents on Sunday to assist the city in keeping residents of all ages safe.

“We as parents, as difficult a job as it’s been these past two years, have a responsibility to our kids and to the city at large to ensure there’s adult supervision,” Brown said.

“As you saw last night, things happen quickly, and can’t you imagine the phone call to the parents whose kids were downtown, to come pick me up because someone was shot and killed?”

The ACLU has expressed disapproval about the proposed curfew, saying that it will lead to more unnecessary stops, arrests and further strain relations between the Chicago Police Department and young people of color.

Shootings in the downtown Chicago area have risen since last year, local media reported. Incidents in one police district increased 60percent from last year to May 8, 2022, according to ABC 7.

Other crimes, including murder, robbery, theft, and battery, have also reportedly been on the rise.

Other instances of violence this weekend included a double shooting that killed a 40-year-old man after a car crash on Friday evening.

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On Saturday afternoon, a 34-year-old man was shot and killed while standing along the road. Later that evening, a 19-year-old man was killed after someone shot into the house he was in around 5.30pm.

And on Sunday, a 13-year-old was shot while standing on a sidewalk with a group of people around 1.45 am. He was hospitalized in fair condition.

3Footage from the weekend showed crowds alongside police tape near The BeanCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk
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