Aaron Paul 'definitely' wants to have children in the future with his new wife Lauren but is in no rush as they are enjoying married life too much.
Aaron Paul is in no rush to have children.
The 'Breaking Bad' star married documentary director and activist, Lauren Parsekian, in Malibu in May and although the couple ''definitely'' want to start a family in the future, they have no plans to do so at the moment.
The 33-year-old actor told People.com: ''Lauren and I definitely want to have kids. No rush. All our future children will be very lucky to have her as a mother.''
Aaron also gushed about his love for Lauren, saying: ''Let me tell you, my friend, I will be in the honeymoon phase until I leave this planet. Getting married to Lauren was the greatest accomplishment of my life. I will be forever grateful.''
Aaron previously revealed he begged Lauren to marry him, when he went down on one knee in Paris.
He said: ''I'm the luckiest man on the planet. It doesn't make sense to me. The way she looks at me ... she has that magical glow about her.
''We got engaged over New Year's and I walked from the Eiffel Tower to St. Germain recently and I went to the stoop, the little step where I proposed to Lauren - and I took a picture of it and I sent it to her.
''It's just this little courtyard outside of this hotel, and we were just dancing to Edith Piaf by ourselves on New Year's and then I begged her to marry me.''
The actor was recently nominated for his third Emmy but wants his co-star Jonathan Banks to win at next month's ceremony.
He said: ''I had my time up there. It would be amazing to be called up again. But I want to see Jonathan Banks cry on stage. I guarantee he will. He plays such a tough guy, but he wears his heart on his sleeve. He's a softie.''
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