Loved-up Mark Wright is seriously excited about having a baby with new wife Michelle
Now the very loved-up Strictly star has dropped his biggest hint yet that he and Michelle – who wed 8 weeks ago – are already talking about having a baby.
Talking to Fabulous magazine today, Mark, 28, says: ‘Being married doesn’t make you wake up feeling different, but I certainly feel more settled. It’s something I’ve always wanted, being a husband. When you find The One it’s such a great feeling. Now let’s go on to the next step and have babies and start a family.’
But before we all get *too* excited, the ex TOWIE star quickly backtracks.
‘Ha! No, no, not that we’re going to do it now. It might be in a few years’ time! It won’t be this year anyway, definitely not. But everything was just perfect and when we went on the honeymoon it felt like a dream.’
Mark says he knew as soon as he met ‘perfect’ Michelle three years ago that he wanted to marry her.
‘Instantly,’ he says. ‘My mum [Carol], once said to me: “When you know, you’ll know.” And I did. I knew.’
And also defend his decision to Tweet about his ex Lauren Goodger on his honeymoon.
Lauren appeared to be making digs at her childhood sweetheart ex when she posted a message on her Instagram the night before his wedding saying: ‘She’s the kind of girl a guy meets when he’s too young and he f**ks up because there’s too much living to do. But later he realises she’s perfect.’
Lauren later claimed it was actually a reference to her current on-off partner Jake McLean, 26.
But Mark had had enough. In a rare outburst he Tweeted: ‘If your reading this, please PLEASE respect my wife and STOP…I wish you well but leave me, my life and my wife out of it.’
Mark says in his interview today: ‘I don’t regret what I said. I didn’t know how else to get my point across. I was backed into a corner and I didn’t know any other way to let my feelings out and explain how I felt. It was a plea.
‘I’m not going to talk to her, I’m not going to do interviews, so my last resort after taking so much was this [tweeting]. And what I said in my tweets, I stand by.’