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Bar Cohen and Eliav Teti answered questions from users on Instagram separately, but presented a unified front • "I want children and quickly," Cohen wrote • And what was the surprising detail they revealed? • All the details in the article

At the end of last week, Bar Cohen and Eliav Teti, perhaps the most publicized couple today, took time for a question and answer session with hundreds of thousands of their followers, and came out at the same time with an identical (and exciting) declaration of intent about the seriousness of their intentions regarding their relationship.

• Bar Cohen reveals the nature of the relationship between her son and Eliav Teti

• "Eliav is not enough for you"?

Bar Cohen's ex in a fierce attack

"Between you and Bar, is there a discussion about marriage and engagement? Is there talk about that?" Teti was asked about his partner from the "Big Brother" house.

"We passed this discussion," he replied firmly.

"We need to get to actions. We wouldn't be together if there wasn't talk about it," he clarified.

"Going out to another bar? To another movie? To another party? Enough", he wrote decisively and then added: "I want children and quickly, and if there is someone I trust to start a family and raise children it is Bar", he concluded.

At the same time as her partner's story, Cohen, who spent the weekend in Turkey with her mother, was asked about the issue of her relationship with Teti, and her answer was in sync with her partner's.

"Between you and Eliav are there talks about a wedding, engagements? Is this something you are talking about?", she was asked.

"Of course, we talk about it all the time," she replied without hesitation.

"We both want it with God's help," she wrote.

"How much did you miss Eliav?"

Hundreds of thousands of Cohen's followers asked to know.

"I missed them both a lot," Cohen admitted.

"I got used to being with Eliav all the time and sleeping together and it felt like an eternity to me, but I believe in healthy longing, it's healthy," she wrote above the photo of her son Leo and Teti.

"How do you live in a shared house without a joint account?" Cohen was asked afterwards. "Me and Eliav have a joint account," she revealed. "I believe in a shared life where both spouses manage a home together (of course, each also has their own private account), she added.

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"Eliav shows a lot of love for you on Instagram. Do you have a hard time with that?", Cohen was asked.

"No, atonement for him, why should it be difficult for me?", she answered honestly to the curious surfer.

"We are different people in this respect," she admitted.

"I'm a little embarrassed to share an emotion in a story, and that's the only thing that's hard for me to share. Maybe it's because I always think of girls that it's a bit pinching for them, because they're in a period where they don't have one, or have just ended a relationship. I was there once as an observer of a relationship on Instagram, so I'm modest." the explanation

"He is my life. There is nothing as exciting as Eliav," Cohen praised with love.

"How do you really manage to believe in love again?" Cohen asked.

"Forgiving ourselves and believing that everything is for the best. What was, is dead. We learn, open our hearts, ask. Help ourselves, don't sink. It's hard to implement, but it's mandatory. There's no other way. From experience," she concluded.

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Source: israelhayom

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