Gaz Beadle and girlfriend Emma McVey are expecting baby boy
- Bang Showbiz
- 18 September 2017
Gaz Beadle is set to become a father to a little boy and is looking forward to doing sports with him when he's older
Gary 'Gaz' Beadle and his girlfriend Emma McVey are expecting a little boy.
The 'Geordie Shore' star has admitted he's "buzzing" after he found out the sex of his unborn child because he's always wanted a son and can't wait to finally meet him.
Speaking to OK! magazine, he said: "We're having a boy. For me, obviously, I wanted a boy, so I'm buzzing ... I think he'll be hyper! He'll have lots of energy. I've got lots of mates who have little girls, but once they start wanting to wear make up and putting little dresses on, I wouldn't have a clue what I was doing. With a boy at least he'll get to that age where he'll want to do sports and I can dress him properly."
And the 29-year-old hunk thinks he'll be a really "laid-back" dad but will discipline when he needs to and will make sure his child lives a very healthy and active lifestyle.
He explained: "I'll be easy-going, but strict when I've got to be. There was give and take with my mam. I could do anything I wanted to, but I knew that if I got told off that I'd done something wrong. I'm going to be an active dad. When he's two or three, he'll be up in the morning playing football in the park. I can't wait to have a little mate."
And, although the little one isn't due until January, the couple - who didn't find out they were expecting until Emma was three months pregnant - have already chosen a name.
Emma, 25, said: "We are struggling a little bit, but Gaz is set on one."
Gaz added: "Are we actually going with that name? I think we'll have to."
And Gaz has decided he'll probably bow out of 'Geordie Shore' - the reality TV show that made him famous six years ago - in the near future because of his new dad role.
He explained: "I need to think about that as you can't be on 'Geordie Shore' and have a kid. It would just be so wrong. This would be the perfect out. It's like, I would love to be here, however I'm going to be a dad so I have to leave. I can't be out getting p****d every night in Newcastle, and Emma's at home pregnant. I've got a big decision to make, but if it's my time, it's my time."