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Brian McFadden reveals daughters won’t be bridesmaids at his wedding

He announced his engagement to Danielle Parkinson last month

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Former Westlife star Brian McFadden seems to have ruled out either of his daughters being bridesmaid at his upcoming wedding.

The 39-year-old revealed he is engaged to Danielle Parkinson just before Christmas, but the dad-of-two doesn’t think Molly, 18, or Lilly Sue, 16, will fancy taking on a role for the ceremony.

He shares parenting of the two teens with first wife Kerry Katona – and reckons they’ve probably had enough of traipsing up aisles behind the mum.

Brian is reported to have told OK!: “They’ve been bridesmaids for their mother about five times already so they’re probably sick of it.

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“There’s only so many times you can be a bridesmaid. They must be thinking, ‘Not another [bleep] wedding!'”

However, it seems Molly very nearly had a hand in the actual proposal itself.

They must be thinking, ‘Not another [bleep] wedding!’

Revealing he popped the question a couple of days earlier than planned because Danielle’s family and friends were all together at a party and he wanted them to be there when he got down on one knee, Brian admitted he had become “bored” with his original plan to propose.

He continued: “Our original plan was to do it on Christmas Day. I was going to give Danielle a box with a note inside saying ‘Call Molly’ and then Molly would ask Danielle to marry me, but we got bored of that idea. Molly is brilliant at keeping secrets, Lilly isn’t.”

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It is also reported the couple noted they have been trying for a baby for a year and would consider IVF or adopting if they don’t conceive naturally.

Indicating they are having “a lot of fun trying”, Brian has previously suggested he’d like to be a dad to a young family.

He 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.”

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