Millie Mackintosh didn't want to 'pry'
Millie Mackintosh reveals she didn't want to pry into Professor Green's past while he made a documentary about his father's suicide.
Millie Mackintosh didn't want to "pry" into husband Professor Green's 'Suicide and Me' documentary.
The former 'Made In Chelsea' star, who wed the 'Monster' hitmaker in 2013, confessed she didn't want to upset her husband by discussing his father's suicide while he was working on the film for BBC Three.
She shares: "Some days you come back from filming and you've been really low and other days have been really positive but you've connected with your family. I didn't want to pry, it's obviously a very delicate subject but I want to make sure you talk about stuff."
Professor Green's dad hanged himself in 2008 and while making the documentary he discovered one of his father's brothers had also killed himself.
Speaking about reconnecting with his relatives, he told Millie: "The last time I saw some of them was at my dad's funeral. I suppose I'd run away from most things to do with my dad ... I just wish I could have been there to help him through some of [his problems]."
The 31-year-old rapper - whose real name is Stephen Manderson - also revealed that although he's been told he's more susceptible to suicide, he's keen to start a family with Millie.
He said: "I think it's important, we're married, and I suppose the next step is having kids and I really don't want to pass on ... I don't want to have my own problems, I want to be there to listen to theirs."
Millie reassured him, saying: "You'll be a great father."