Rylan Clark-Neal to have kids in 'near future'
Rylan Clark-Neal has admitted he'd love to have children in the near future.
Rylan Clark-Neal believes he'll have children in the "near distant future" with his husband Dan Neal.
The 'Big Brother's Big on the Side' host married his spouse eight months ago and, although he feels in a financial stable position to start their family, he doesn't want to rush things.
He explained: "It's something I'd like to do but only when the time is right. I've always said I wouldn't have kids unless I was in a financial situation where I knew I wouldn't have to worry, and I'm fortunate enough to be in that now. But I have my own 16-year-old stepson, Cameron, who I've inherited. I'm sure in the near distant future it'll happen."
And the 27-year-old hunk believes Cameron, who is the son of Dan from a previous relationship, will be a great brother.
He told new! magazine: "I'm sure [Cameron] would be find with it [if we decided to have a child]. I think he'd love it."
Meanwhile, the pair made history on 'This Morning' on Friday (08.07.16) when they became the first married gay couple to host the brunchtime show in place of usual Friday anchors Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
And, although their presenting stint proved popular with viewers, Rylan, 28, admitted he found it slightly bizarre.
He said: "It was weird. We felt like Ruth and Eamonn. It was really strange. Obviously, me and Dan do a lot of work together away from TV on the development side, so we are used to doing stuff like that. But to do stuff on camera together was a little bit strange. But I really enjoyed doing it. It was really nice and it felt easy because it was something we both wanted to talk about."