Entertainment How House Rules rocked Chiara and David: 'It broke us'

23:12  11 june  2018
23:12  11 june  2018 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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67263- how - house - rules - rocked - chiara - and - david - it - broke - us /. Chiara & David - WA | House Rules - houserules .7plus.com.au. Western Australia’s Chiara , 32, and David , 38, were knee-deep in debt when they first met 10 years ago.

How House Rules rocked Chiara and David : ' It broke us '. ' We 've had a lot of rocky road ' "I think they're missing us so much, they're loving being able to have a bit of us with them," Chiara , 32, adds.

They’ve had some explosive fights on House Rules. But there’s one thing that really worries David and Chiara: their three children seeing them argue on screen.“Chiara and I never blow up in front of our kids,” David, 38, says. “This might be a bit of an eye-opener for them.”: How House Rules rocked Chiara and David: 'It broke us'© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd How House Rules rocked Chiara and David: 'It broke us'

They've had some explosive fights on House Rules. But there's one thing that really worries David and Chiara: their three children seeing them argue on screen.

"Chiara and I never blow up in front of our kids," David, 38, says. "This might be a bit of an eye-opener for them."

Seth, eight, Taya, six, and Ellie Mae, three – have watched every episode of the show.

"I think they're missing us so much, they're loving being able to have a bit of us with them," Chiara, 32, adds.

The Perth couple admit their relationship hit rocky patches during filming.

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Chiara & David - WA | House Rules - houserules .7plus.com.au. Western Australia’ s Chiara , 32, and David , 38, were How House Rules rocked Chiara and David : ' It broke us '. But there' s one thing that really worries David and Chiara : their three children seeing them argue on screen.

House Rules shock: Chiara lashes out - 'They are fake!' ‘ We both had pretty colourful youths,’ Chiara , 32, spills to New Idea. David reveals he started working in nightclubs at just 16 and got caught up in the wrong circles at ‘But my Nan was my rock and she always said to me: “You can do better.”’

"David and I do struggle and do fight," Chiara confesses.

"I'm the first to own that. We definitely seek help along the way, because we've had a lot of rocky road."

David says he feels it's his fault the family isn't in a better financial situation.

"When Chiara and I met, I was 20, 30 grand in debt," he explains. "I didn't have a house or anything to offer. Then all of a sudden, Chiara's pregnant."

But he's hoping House Rules will put them ahead.

"It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change your life and make a difference for your family," he says.

House Rules airs Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30pm and Sunday 7pm on Channel 7.

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