The 34-year-old rapper wed the former 'Made in Chelsea' star in 2013 but they split just two-and-a-half years later, and though he is now ''more cautious'', he learned a lot from their relationship and is open to tying the knot again one day in the future.
Speaking to Closer magazine, he said: ''It's not a case of once bitten, twice shy.
''In working out what you don't want, you work out what you do. They go hand in hand.
''My experiences have made me more cautious of a certain type of person.
''I've definitely learned something from every relationship I've had.
''If you don't learn something, then it is time wasted. But Millie hasn't put me off tying the knot again.''
The 'Good to be Green' hitmaker has been dating model Fae WIlliams since late 2016 and though they're very happy together, they're not planning to marry just yet.
He said: ''We're not engaged but what does marriage signify? We're really happy. She is gorgeous.''
And Pro Green hopes to have children with her one day, but isn't in a hurry to start their family just yet.
He said: ''I'd love to be a dad one day. I'm not broody yet - I can have them until I'm 50!
''I take life as it comes ... I don't know what kind of dad I'd be. I think I'd be the strict parent.
''I grew up wrapping my great-grandmother around my little finger, so I know all the tricks!
''It will not be happening to me ... Until my child pops out and I melt.''
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