Big Brother 2014
The couple posed for a series of intimate photos for OK! Magazine.OK! Magazine

Big Brother stars Steven Goode and Kimberly Kisselovich have revealed they are planning a future together.

The couple caused a sensation when they were caught on camera in a series of romps just weeks after first meeting on the reality TV show.

They denied suggestions of staging a 'showmance', with 23-year-old Goode frequently declaring his intentions to create a life with the former Playboy model outside the house.

While Steven became the ninth evictee on the show, Kimberly dramatically left the house after falling ill, sparking rumours that she was pregnant as a result of their late night trysts. While she initially joked about the reports, it was later revealed that she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after falling pregnant with Steven's baby.

The accelerated speed of the relationship had commentators doubting whether it would last, but with the pair now reunited, talk has quickly turned to marriage and children.

Speaking for the first time about the miscarriage, Steven told OK! magazine he was coming to terms with the loss, but is already thinking of starting a family with Kimberly.

"At this moment in time, I'm trying to get over and accept what's happened, but we're now having to have conversations about children. It's planted the seed," he said.

"Kim is someone I want to marry and have children with – I know 100 per cent."

Posing shirtless for the magazine, the millionaire businessman said that after their rollercoaster relationship he felt like he and Kimberly had known each other for years and already felt like a married couple.

Stripping down to her underwear for the intimate shoot, the Playboy model, said she was "overwhelmed" by their journey together so far.

The pair recently enjoyed a weekend away and have been virtually inseparable since being reunited.

Defying the detractors, a loved up Kimberly has posted a montage of pictures of them both on her Instagram page, with the caption: "I have never been so happy."

The full interview is available to read in OK! magazine.