Sometimes reality TV tears couples apart. But Heather Dubrow and Terry Dubrow aren’t your average couple, are they? The duo has been part of The Real Housewives of Orange County since Season 7, and now that Heather is on the receiving end of all the drama of Season 9, this Househusband is sticking by his lady more than ever.

In fact, there’s so much drama surrounding the show that it has spurred some recent (unfounded) reports that Heather and Terry are growing apart. Wetpaint Entertainment recently chatted with Dr. Dubrow about Botched, his upcoming E! reality show with RHoBH’s Dr. Paul Nassif, and he candidly opened up about his relationship with Heather.

“My wife and I have a very tight relationship,” Terry gushed. “The main issues we have is that I joke around a lot — you can’t take things too serious with me. Although she’s funny, everything’s pretty serious with her. I don’t want to know what I’m doing next Tuesday but she can tell you what she’s doing eight months from now. I don’t want to plan, I just want to live.”

Terry is even totally cool with Heather stripping down for a new role on Crackle’s Sequestered, playing it smooth even though his wife of 15 years is going to be getting busy with another dude on camera.

“We’ve been married for 15 years. If you want to get naked on television, go for it. I don’t have a problem with it,” Terry revealed. “She doesn’t get fully naked — she does have sex on TV. When she did That’s Life on CBS, she had this big scene where she had to make out with this incredibly handsome actor. It was like a two-day shoot and all they did was make out. So it doesn’t really bother me.”

Terry’s plastic surgeon buddy Paul shot down any rumors of trouble in Terry and Heather’s relationship, telling Wetpaint Entertainment exclusively: “That’s a joke. That’s a huge joke. Those two have a fantastic relationship together and they like to tease each other — especially Terry. That’s absolutely ridiculous nonsense.”

There you have it folks, Heather and Terry’s relationship is stronger than ever — and we love that fact.

Reporting by Samantha Lear

Don't miss Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif on Botched when it premieres on E! June 24 at 9 p.m. ET.

Carson Blackwelder is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!