Rapper Example has admitted while he and wife Erin McNaught want to start a family together, he is putting off having children until his career is in a better place.
Example has banned himself from having a baby while he is trying to build his career.
The broody rapper - who recently married Erin McNaught - insisted while the couple would love a child, he wants his career to be stable enough to allow him to take time off to properly care for it.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Ideally, we both want to have kids now.
''We are in love, we've just bought a new place with room for a baby - but nine months from now I could be playing Glastonbury and it wouldn't be fair.
The 'We'll Be Coming Back' hitmaker's wedding was a relatively intimate occasion in front of 70 guests, and he previously admitted he was overcome with emotion when he saw his bride.
He said: ''I wasn't nervous on the day until the moment I saw Erin walking down the aisle. For the most part I held it together, but as soon as I started reading my vows, I had to shed a few tears.''
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