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LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian talk Brandi and babies in reality show preview

Get ready to see another side of LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian. The tabloid-worthy couple will debut their new VH1 reality show next month, giving viewers an inside look at their marriage. On Tuesday, June 10, Us Weekly posted a preview video of the upcoming reality series, “LeAnn & Eddie,” and the clip included plenty of kisses—and a few disses.

NDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAY 25: Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes attend the 2014 Indy 500 at Indianapolis Motorspeedway on May 25, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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While Rimes admits the couple’s union "didn't quite start off like we had planned,” (Cibrian was married to Brandi Glanville and Rimes was married to Dean Sheremet when the two and fell in love in 2008), she says six years later they are still trying to navigate their new family.

Glanville, who stars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” is mentioned throughout the trailer, and at one point Rimes gives her husband an annoyed slap when he’s checking a text from his ex.

The reality show will also address Rimes’ possible fertility issues, and whether or not the couple will have children. (Cibrian, who shares son Mason, 11, and Jake, 7, with Glanville, seems a bit hesitant.) "Eddie and I have talked about having kids and waiting for the right time. I'm 31 and my mom had fertility issues," Rimes says in the clip. "I know Eddie isn't quite ready but this could be my only opportunity to have a child."

Speaking of children, while the preview clip showed several photos of Cibrian’s two sons, the tykes probably won’t ever appear on their dad’s reality show. In March, Radar Online reported that Glanville said “No! No, no, no!” when asked if her kids would be allowed to appear on her ex-husband’s new show. While she’s been vocal about the fact that Cibrian wouldn’t allow the kids to make appear with her on “RHOBH,” the kids made brief cameos on the Bravo reality series before Glanville was a full cast member.

Interestingly, the usually chatty Glanville hasn’t commented on the clip, but instead took to Twitter on Tuesday to post about her son’s elementary school graduation.

“LeAnn & Eddie” premieres Thursday, July 17 at 10:30 p.m. on VH1.

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