Pete Doherty is hoping he will get the chance to see his son and daughter at some point over the festive period.
Pete Doherty is hoping to spend some time with his children this Christmas.
The troubled rocker - who lives in Paris, France - is hoping to see his son Astile, nine, with singer Lisa Moorish and daughter, Aisling, 11 months, with model Lindi Hingston, over the festive period.
He said: ''I hope to see my little boy and little girl. I met my little girl for the first time recently. And my son came to France for the shooting [of his recent film 'Confessions of a Child of the Century']. He was running around set shouting, 'We want to make The Goonies: Part Two!' ''
Although the 33-year-old rocker still has a drug problem, he says he is committed to getting clean and focusing on the future, although he has no definite set goals at this time.
He added: ''I haven't set a date when I'll stop [doing drugs] or anything. But I know now, for the first time, that there has to be a point where I get clean. It's the only way forward.
''[My friend] Shane MacGowan made it clear to me I have to [get clean] at some point. He said, 'You've got to give yourself a chance, some clean time, then decide. Don't decide in the midst of it, either way.' ''