Now that Mike ‘The Situation" Sorrentino is finally a free man, he and his wife have some work to do. As a matter of fact, the Jersey Shore star says that he and Lauren Sorrentino are looking to start a family- and consequently, a new chapter of their lives together.
When speaking to People Magazine, The Situation opened up about how he plans to not only turn his life around now, but also turn his wrongs into rights. The reality TV star was released from the Otisville Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, New York this past week after completing an eight-month sentence for tax evasion. He and Lauren both released a statement to the press saying they're looking forward to continuing on with their lives and working on what they would like to call “baby situations.”
When talking about how they're looking forward to closing one chapter in their lives and starting another, the couple thanked their family and friends for their continued love and support. They added that it all brought them plenty of peace and comfort.
“We truly believe that the comeback is ALWAYS greater than the setback and we can’t wait to show the world ours,” they said in their statement.
Mike has long credited wife Lauren for standing by his side throughout his addictions and court cases. The couple announced their engagement back in April of 2018, and tied the knot in November of that year right before The Situation began his prison sentence. Before that, The Situation had said that he and Lauren were hoping to get started on baby plans within the next year. Now that he’s a free man, there’s a very strong possibility that they'll begin working on those plans sooner rather than later.
As far as how many kids the couple wants, it’s safe to say that they might have a little big family of "Baby Situations" in the future. Lauren said that both of them come from families that had four kids each, so right now that's the number they're aiming for. Whether they actually reach that number remains to be seen.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino first became a household name thanks to his stint on Jersey Shore, which debuted on MTV back in 2009.