Lovebirds get all personal
Geoffrey Edelsten and Gabi Grecko. Picture: Supplied

Gabi Grecko and Geoffrey Edelsten s PR blitz yesterday had it all - sex, drugs and marriage.

Days after announcing they will wed next year, the lovebirds got up close and personal on radio and breakfast TV programs, and Grecko didn't waste any time getting down to business on her dress.

The 25-year-old US model gushed over the gown she wanted for the big day with her 71-year-old fiance, speculating it would be vintage in style.

"It's going to be really special," she told a Sydney radio show.

But the revelations didn't stop with the sartorial department, with Edelsten praising Grecko for her work between the sheets.

"It works fantastic, she is magnificent in every way," Edelsten said of the pair's sex life. "It's more touchy feely, because I'm that sort of person, and Gabi responds really well."

Grecko also spoke candidly about her marijuana use in some States in the US where it is legal, saying it helps her to sleep and curbs her anxiety.

The model and DJ announced her engagement on Tuesday only days after she was admitted to Melbourne's St Vincent's hospital for stress-related reasons reportedly involving the disgraced former doctor texting other women.

However, there was no tension between the couple yesterday, only signs of happily ever after, with Grecko describing Edelsten as "unique", "special" and "caring".

"I think the fight probably brought us closer," Grecko said of their split last week.

"I really told him what I wanted and what I needed from him as far as being faithful, as far as being honest. I think we connected more that weekend than any other time, we really got to know each other and he made it really clear that he's going to change.

"And the texts that I found, I didn't go that deeply into them, they seemed like they were girls kind of going after him. I was reading the text messages and it looked like they had responded more than he had, and I don't want to have a relationship where I have to look at someone's phone.

"But I had a suspicion for some reason and I looked, and you know I just felt really betrayed at the time."

As for the ring, Edelsten said it would "be the biggest one I've ever given to a woman and I want Gabi's input".

The West Australian

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