The 'Dancing With the Stars' professional dancer rekindled her romance with the 'Boy Meets World' actor in July after the pair first dated a decade ago, and it seems their relationship is moving fast as Cheryl is already eager to tie the knot and start a family with her beau.
When asked if she wanted to marry Matthew, the 33-year-old dancer said: ''I would love that! We talked about it, so whenever the time is right. Hopefully sooner than later! I'm not getting any younger.
''We want kids and all of that, so we'll see what happens. We're going to try maybe for three, but I think right now one healthy one would be great. We really want to do it right. We want to do the steps of being engaged, moving in together, getting married and having kids. He's 37, I'm 33, so it's about that time.''
Cheryl thinks their previous year long romance - which began in 2007 after Matthew's brother Joey appeared on the celebrity dancing competition - was ''the wrong timing'', but insists it feels ''right this time''.
She said: ''Ten years ago, it was the wrong timing. But a mutual friend was like, 'Oh, Matt says hi.' Then it was an easy text over Christmas and we haven't stopped seeing each other since. It's like we never missed a day, but it just feels so right this time.
''We never ran into each other over the past 10 years, not even once, which is crazy because we live maybe 15 minutes away from each other. I thought he was in a relationship or married at this point.''
Now that the pair are giving their relationship another try, Cheryl says she and the 37-year-old 'Brotherly Love' actor are just like any other ''normal couple''.
Speaking to Us Weekly magazine, she said: ''We're just like a normal couple. We just sit on the couch and sometimes stay up really late continuing to watch whatever we're watching. He's an actor, he's been in the spotlight as well, which makes our relationship so much easier because he understands the rollercoaster ride that we both are on. Work is not consistent for either of us ... With that you need to have a stable relationship or someone that understands what you're going through.''
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