Liam Payne is unsure if he wants to get married.
Although the 'Bedroom Floor' singer is madly in love with Cheryl Tweedy - the mother of his baby son Bear - he admitted marriage may not be on the cards for them.
Speaking to Daily Star Online, Liam said: ''I don't know if I'm the wedding-y type of guy. Weddings feel a bit weird to me. I don't know. Who knows? We'll see.''
However, Liam insisted he and Cheryl are happier than ever in ''baby land'' at the moment.
He said: ''We're just really happy in baby land at the moment.''
''When we're in the kitchen late at night, we were rapping, we were singing.
''We had a dance battle yesterday. She obviously won. I failed miserably, it was okay.''
Meanwhile, Liam recently praised Cheryl, 34, as a ''fantastic'' mum.
While Cheryl revealed recently that she ''hated'' the process of being pregnant, Liam, 24, has said she couldn't be a better mother to their tot.
He said: ''She didn't enjoy [pregnancy] as much as she thought she would. There's a lot of things people don't tell you about this pregnancy business that happen.
''She went through different things with it, especially coming out of it, but she did great.
''She's the most fantastic mum, which was no shock to me. I knew she was going to be incredible.
''When I look back on it, it was crazy that I went back to work really early on.''
The 'Bedroom Floor' singer went back to working on his hotly anticipated debut solo album shortly after Bear's birth, and now that his 34-year-old partner is gearing up to head back into the studio herself, Liam is supporting her in any way he can.
He added: ''She's got to do what she's got to do. Honestly, she's been so supportive of everything I've done so far.
''We're all edging for her to get back to work, it's just finding the right time and the right way to do things.
''This is the first time she's been away from the industry for a long period of time in her whole career and sometimes that's a beautiful thing to have.
''She's got the opportunity to choose exactly what she wants to do and I think it's great.''
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