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Mark Wright says he’s ready to start a family with Michelle Keegan – and would love to have triplets.
The former TOWIE star says they’ve been talking about having children for a while, but that something always gets in the way.
However, he thinks the time could soon be right to settle down with kids.
The TV presenter, who this week made his debut hosting This Morning, has been living in Los Angeles for a year but admitted the move had made him homesick.
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The 31-year-old, who married former Coronation Street actress Michelle, also 31, in 2015, reckons they’ll start trying for a baby next year.
He told The Sun : "We say we’re going to try [for a baby] every year but something comes up with work. So it’ll be Michelle filming in South Africa and then I got the job in Los Angeles – so we think, right, we’ll try next year."
He added: "With kids, I used to want three or four. But now, I’m 31, we’re not having kids any time before 32. I think we could have two or three. Twins would be great because you’re getting two out of the way at once.
"Triplets would be even better! And if we have quadruplets we’d be laughing because we’d have them all in one go."
Mark, who spends much of his time in the US as a presenter on entertainment show Extra, says they’ll start trying to get pregnant in December or January, next year.
It comes after Mark was warned by husband and wife presenting duo Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford to NEVER work with Michelle on screen.
During his stint on This Morning, Eamonn told Ruth he was chatting to Mark about what it’s like to work with your wife.
"Don’t do it Mark," shouted Ruth. "Don’t do it ever."
Laughing, Mark replied: "I haven’t done it yet and he [Eamonn] was just telling me don’t."
Coming up with a solution, Ruth suggested: "I tell you what you can work with me and Eamonn can work with Michelle."
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