Muse singer Matt Bellamy would like someone to have warned him about how ''horrible'' it was going to be when his fiancee Kate Hudson gave birth to their son Bingham.
Matt Bellamy wishes someone had warned him how ''horrible'' births are.
He said: ''I don't understand why no one had warned me about how horrible it would be.
''The baby's head was weirdly elongated when it came out. That freaked me out a bit.''
When he and Kate first took Bingham home, the rocker admits he was ''petrified'' about his new fatherly responsibilities but he quickly bonded with his baby and learnt what to do.
In an interview with German magazine Gala, he said: ''I had to learn how to change nappies. It took a while before I got used to it. First I was petrified - I couldn't believe what was happening. You're in this kind of bubble where everything feels really far away. Then you just concentrate on the easy stuff - which I'm not very good at to be honest. But somehow nature makes sure you grow into your role as a father.''
Matt, 34, admits nothing has given him as much satisfaction in his life than fatherhood and the love he has for Bingham is limitless.
He said: ''I met Kate and fell in love with her. But the best thing that has happened to me since was becoming a father. Being a father changes so much: the way you look at the world and yourself. There's nothing that's as much fun as a baby - it's endless joy. I'm really happy with everything.''