Shenae Grimes and her husband Josh Beech are not ready to have children yet and are enjoying ''being selfish with each other's time''.
Shenae Grimes and Josh Beech are in no rush to start a family.
The couple, who tied the knot in May after just 19 months together, are enjoying being ''selfish'' newlyweds too much to think about having a baby.
The 23-year-old '90210' star told OK! Magazine: ''I'm 23! That next step won't be coming too quick. We're enjoying being selfish with each other's time.''
The brunette beauty is ready to make some changes now that she is married, as she is in the process of legally changing her last name to Beech but plans to continue using Grimes professionally.
She said: ''I am in the process of changing my name personally. It's exciting! Just need to desperately work on my new signature. It's something that becomes so second nature, so I need to practice in a notebook - like grade school or something!''
The couple were married in a low-key ceremony at the Boys Hall in Ashford, Kent, England, on May 10 and Shenae wore a black Vera Wang gown.
Sixteen guests attended the ceremony, including the actress's co-star AnnaLynne McCord, with more friends and family joining them at their reception.
When announcing her engagement to British model and musician Josh, 27, last September, Shenae insisted the couple wanted to keep their big day private.
She wrote on officialshenaegrimes.com: ''Thanks for all the congratulations everyone, I'm a very happy lady indeed and all the warm wishes are well appreciated! We plan to keep our special day very private and we hope everyone can respect that. Thanks for the love, right back atcha! Xx S (Sic).''
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