First off, I would like to congratulate you on your recent nuptials. I believe that you are one of the only reality TV couples that are actually real. Because you have managed to convince me of the validity of your love, I am invested in making it last. I am writing this letter out of concern for your future. A little birdie says you two are planning to do your own reality show on E! that will follow your life as newlyweds. I would like to be the first person to warn you that you are making a big mistake. DO. NOT. DO. IT. The curse of reality TV couples has proven itself to be true over and over again. If you star in a reality show together, inevitably, you will break up. I would hate for your seemingly happy young marriage to befall the same fate as Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey’s, a la “Newlyweds.” Things were never quite the same again for them after that. And yeah, they are divorced now. If that’s not enough to persuade you, I’ll have to remind you of “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic.” A messy divorce, a nervous breakdown, and a major weight gain followed. If you are still not convinced that moving forward with your show will be the end of your marriage, let me leave you with a few frightening, parting thoughts. “Meet the Barkers,” “Being Bobby Brown,” “Hogan Knows Best,” “The Hills” (specifically Speidi), and “Jon & Kate Plus 8.” Enough said? Now go make some attractive offspring in the privacy of your own home. No cameras necessary.