Rylan Clark-Neal wants kids with husband Dan Neal
- Bang Showbiz
- 17 June 2017
Rylan Clark-Neal is desperate to have children with husband Dan Neal, and although he is a stepdad to his partner's 17-year-old son Cameron, he is eager to expand their brood
Rylan Clark-Neal is desperate to have children with husband Dan Neal.
The 28-year-old television presenter married his partner in 2015, and although the 'Big Brother's Bit On The Side' host is already a stepdad to Dan's 17-year-old son Cameron - who he has from a previous relationship - he is desperate to have a baby of his own when the "time is right" for the couple.
Speaking about his future plans to The Sun, the dark-haired funny man said: "I'm already a stepdad but, of course, I'd like to have kids.
"Since day one I've always wanted kids. I love babies.
"It is definitely something that we will talk about and discuss if, how, when and why.
"It's doable. It's always on the table, it's just when the time is right."
However, Rylan has admitted if him and his partner's plans to start a family went ahead, he would happily take "a year off" to be a devoted father to their child.
He added: "If I did have a baby, I'd be the sort to want a year off just to be a dad."
But Rylan has insisted there is "a lot" he will have to think about if him and his beau decide to go ahead with their plans.
He said: "There's a lot that I've got to look at."
Although Rylan and Dan are thinking about their future together, Rylan has revealed the duo do not plan to turn into a double act and have their own show, although Dan has occasionally appeared on 'This Morning' to co-host the programme with his lover.
Rylan said: "That's the only thing that Dan and I have done. We hate that side of it."
Meanwhile, the former 'The X Factor' contestant - who took part in the ninth series where he finished fifth - has revealed his work schedule is very hectic at the moment, but he doesn't complain because he feels "lucky" to be doing the job he loves.
He said: "[Work] it takes over my life. I'm doing early morning and late nights, that's the hardest thing. But I especially love evictions. I'm just lucky to be doing what I do, and nothing will ever pull me away from 'Big Brother' ever."