Marvin Humes thinks he and his wife Rochelle will be ''destined'' to always have daughters - but says he would love to have a baby boy too.
Marvin Humes thinks he will be ''destined'' to always have daughters - but admits he would love to have a son.
The 32-year-old television presenter - who has two daughters with his wife Rochelle Humes - has revealed he and his wife always said they would have two kids but he wouldn't mind having another one.
He said: ''Never say never, we'll see, we'll see. We kind of said at two that that would be it but ... Do you know what, I think I'll be destined to always have girls, I don't know what it is but we'll see. Who knows? Roch is only 28 so we've got a bit of time.''
Marvin thinks the secret to his successful relationship with Rochelle is ''stealing those moments'' with each other.
He added: ''Of course we get a bit of that time but when you have two kids you have to steal those moments, but yeah we try to have a little break as a couple to Ibiza or something like that in the summer, but you just crack on.''
And Marvin has been on a health kick recently - mainly because he wants to be able to run in the dad race at his children's sports day.
Speaking on the red carpet at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola, he shared: ''I'm 32 now, I'm not getting any younger, I have to start looking after myself. Most importantly it's for the sports day, the kids' sports day, the dad race, there's a lot of other young dads at school so I need to make sure I'm in shape so when I'm needed to do that sprint I'm ready. Vally is nine months now but Alaia is in first year of school so it's going to be time soon.''
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