Romain Zago: Fiancee Joanna Krupa Wants A Sex Clause In Our Prenup!

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Romain Zago and Supermodel Joanna Krupa attend the Los Angeles Police Celebrity Golf Tournament at Rancho Park Golf Course on October 13, 2012 in West Los Angeles, California.
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"The Real Housewives of Miami's" Joanna Krupa has a few demands from fiance Romain Zago before they get married - of the sexual variety.

Romain stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Thursday, where he dished on his bedroom life with his model soon-to-be wife.

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"I'm not going to lie, she's a machine," he said of Joanna's sex drive.

The nightclub owner said Joanna wants their marriage prenup to have a sexual clause, stating that they have sex "at least two, three times a week."

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So what's the reason behind their dry spell?

"You can eat the best pasta in the world every day, but you gotta switch sauce, you gotta spice it up, otherwise it's always the same pasta," Romain said.

"I'm not gonna lie and say we do it every day," he continued. "I work a lot, she works a lot, she's always traveling... There's no couple that has a perfect sex life after so many years -- we've been together six years."

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Despite their bedroom hurdles, Romain and his ladylove are planning for the future.

"We are together for the long run and we are going to make it work," he told Billy and Kit. "We're planning the wedding, I don't know if it going to be this year or next year."

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Back in November, Joanna dished on their sex life during a visit to Access Hollywood Live.

"You would think we'd be in the bedroom all day and all night, but no," Joanna said at the time. "I don't know [what the problem is,] ask him. I think he works too much and is stressed."

Adding, "We gotta fix it."

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