Howard Donald believes it's ''inevitable'' that he'll have more children.

The Take That star recently tied the knot with new wife Katie Halil and has revealed that while he already has daughters Lola, nine, and Grace, 15, from previous relationships, he wants to expand his brood.

Quizzed on the prospect of trying for a baby, he said: ''I think that's inevitable. I've already got two children, but it'll happen.''

The 46-year-old singer also opened up about how he and he his bandmates - Mark Owen and Gary Barlow - feared for the future of the band when Jason Orange quit last year.

Speaking on an episode of 'The Jonathan Ross Show' - which airs tomorrow (24.01.15) at 9.20pm on ITV - Howard shared: ''We didn't know whether the fans were going to support us. But from all the support we've had we just thought, 'We love doing music, let's give them what they want as well'.''

The 'These Days' hitmakers admit they've been inundated with requests to perform at bizarrely themed weddings after Gary promised to sing at five fans' nuptials.

Gary said: ''We've had real fun reading through them because we've had a couple of invites to swingers weddings, a couple of 'Star Trek' weddings, a Disney one and even a couple that are getting married on a rollercoaster.

''There have been some brilliant ideas.''