Marvin Humes and wife Rochelle work hard to keep their marriage alive using romantic gestures because they don't want their 20-month-old daughter to have separated parents.
Marvin Humes works hard at his marriage because he doesn't want his daughter to have separated parents.
The former JLS member married Rochelle Humes in 2012 and is always trying to keep the spark of their relationship alive with romantic gestures because he would be horrified if their 20-month-old daughter Alaia-Mai had parents who were no longer together.
He said: ''We have a child now, which is wonderful, but that does change everything.
''So we still make sure we do things now that we did when we were just dating to keep things fresh.
''I wouldn't ever want Alaia to come from a split home, but unless you keep things moving forward in your relationship, that can happen.''
The 29-year-old hunk - who co-hosts BBC singing competition 'The Voice UK' - explained he enjoys treating the Saturdays band member to a home-cooked meal every morning and said they often exchange presents to remind each other of their love.
He continued: ''I like to think I'm romantic... I'm probably a bit more soppy than Rochelle. I cook her breakfast every day. I'm talking proper, proper breakfast, not just toast and beans. And we always buy each other little gifts, go on little trips together.
''We actually had this conversation when we went to Paris a few weeks ago about the importance of keeping that other element of your relationship alive.
Although it has been almost two years since the celebrity couple had their first child, the radio DJ admitted they are not looking to have another baby again anytime soon, but said it is ''realistic'' his 25-year-old sweetheart will fall pregnant again ''in the next couple of years.''
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he added: ''We're not planning... but I think another baby sometime in the next couple of years is realistic.''
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