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'Alaskan Bush' Clan To Get Bigger! Noah & Rhain Want Babies 'Soon,' Says Source

Apr. 3 2018, Published 5:24 p.m. ET

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Alaskan Bush People's Noah Brown and his fiancé, Rhain Merrill, are itching to have babies, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

The couple is expecting to tie the knot later this year. And on March 31, Noah and Rhain held a pre-wedding meet and greet in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to celebrate their upcoming nuptials with fans.

A source close to the couple told Radar "less than 20" people attended the celebration. Sadly, Noah's own parents and siblings didn't even get the invite. As Radar readers know, Rhain reportedly does not get along with Noah's younger sisters, Rain and Snowbird.

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The pre-wedding event included a potluck meal, an Alaskan Bush People trivia game and Noah awkwardly reenacting his proposal to Rhain, a source told Radar.

But the couple got even more intimate with fans at the gathering by divulging their wishes to have babies "soon," said the source.

"They told the group they wanted to start having babies soon after they're married," the source spilled to Radar.

More specifically, Rhain and Noah ideally want to have a total of three kids, the insider said.

Noah and Rhain also divulged to attendees some secrets about their wedding day, which is expected to take place in the same town in Idaho where the celebration was.

"Noah told the group what he would be wearing on his wedding day, and Rhain said she already bought her dress!" the source added.

As Radar readers know, Noah is currently abandoned from the rest of the Brown clan. He and Rhain live in Colorado and have not been filming with the family.

The soon-to-be married couple even requested monetary donations for their honeymoon in addition to having the wedding celebration open to strangers.

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