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Saturday 22nd February 2020

Brian McFadden reveals he’s ready to start a family with girlfriend Danielle

The couple have been dating since 2016

Brian McFadden has revealed he's ready to become a dad again.

The former Westlife star has two teenage daughters - Molly, 17, and Lilly-Sue, 16, - from his marriage to Kerry Katona.

Brian has been dating PE teacher Danielle Parkinson since 2016 and he's admitted he's starting to feel "broody".

Brian revealed he's ready to become a dad again (Credit: Instagram @brianmcfadden)

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Speaking at the National Film Awards, Brian told Closer magazine: "I'd love more kids. I love my two girls, but I'd love to have small kids again now.

"My sister has just had a baby, and I'm absolutely obsessed with her daughter. I'm feeling broody."

Despite being happy with Danielle, Brian also admitted he's in no rush to tie the knot again anytime soon.

The star married ex Kerry in 2002, but they finalised their divorce in 2006. Brian went on to marry Vogue Williams in 2012, but they divorced in 2017.

Brian added: "I don't want to get married now, not right this second. But I don't know, we'll see. Maybe in the future."

Brian already has two teenage daughters (Credit: Instagram @brianmcfadden)

Brian recently entertained viewers on this year's series of Dancing On Ice.

Shortly before his elimination, Brian took a nasty tumble on the ice after dropping his partner Alex Murphy.

The pop star, who was in the bottom two along with The X Factor star Saara Aalto, attempted a lift near the end of his routine to Elton John's Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me.

I love my two girls, but I'd love to have small kids again now.

But he lost his balance as he tried to pick up Alex, leaving them both sprawling on the ice.

The next day, Brian poked fun at his fall in a post on Instagram.

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He shared a photo of his parents laughing with DOI judge Jason Gardiner backstage and wrote: "That moment you drop you're partner on dancing on ice and your biggest critics love it!!!! @thejasongardiner and my mum and dad. (sic)"

During his time on the show, Brian also managed to injure himself after damaging his rotator cuff, a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, after falling on the ice.

At the time, a spokesman for the ITV show said: "Brian has a bad back and is currently being monitored by our show physio."

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