MasterChef's Gregg Wallace wants more kids
'MasterChef's Gregg Wallace, 50, is keen to start a family with his soon-to-be wife Anne-Marie Sterpini, 29, despite their 21-year age gap
'MasterChef's Gregg Wallace wants to have more children.
The 50-year-old judge, who already has two teenage children Tom and Libby from his second marriage to Denise, is keen to start a little family with his soon-to-be wife Anna-Marie Sterpini, 29, despite their 21-year age gap.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he said: "Anna is 29, Italian and wants to start a family so the chances are we will. In fact, you can pretty much guarantee it - otherwise her father will garotte me!"
And despite three failed marriages and having to postpone his wedding to Anna once already, the TV presenter is adamant they'll definitely make it down the aisle next year.
He said: "I honestly thought that each of my marriages would work and I've never given up on the idea of marriage. This time I hope I'll get it right."
Meanwhile, Gregg - who was forced to close his restaurant in London last year, has admitted he's a rubbish entrepreneur and has laid his quest to make a name for himself in business to rest in favour of married life.
He explained: "I'm no good at business, it's as simple as that. I've had some very expensive losses. Since I met Anna, I just want the quiet life.
"I want to hide away, grow vegetables, do more cooking, keep chickens - and chase Anna around the garden!"