Matthew Morrison insists he and fiancee Renee Puente are nit ready to have kids yet but he is looking forward to becoming a father one day.
Matthew Morrison is looking forward to having children.
The 'Glee' actor is excited about starting a family with fiancee Renee Puente but insists they won't be ready to do so for some time.
He said: ''The thing we're looking forward to is having kids one day - that's the big thing that will change our relationship.
''We want to have a little more time to ourselves first, so we're not quite exactly sure when [we'll have kids].''
Matthew proposed to Renee earlier this year after two years of dating and he is hoping getting married won't change how they are as a couple.
He said: ''I don't think it will change us - I hope it doesn't because I love how we're just the best and have so much fun together!''
The pair don't plan to tie the knot until 2015 because of the singer-and-actor's busy schedule.
He told Britain's OK! magazine: ''We're planning it together but it won't be until early 2015 because my schedule is so busy.''
And the 33-year-old star is hoping to persuade his singer friends to perform at the nuptials.
He said: ''It's going to be a small wedding but we definitely have a lot of musical friends so I'd love to have a whole bunch of my friends get up and sing.''
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