The Saturdays singer Mollie King wants to marry boyfriend Jordan Omley and have lots of children.
Mollie King longs for the ''biggest family'' and ''the most incredible wedding''.
The Saturdays star admits she has become obsessed with settling down after some of her bandmates have got married and had babies and hopes to one day start a family with music producer boyfriend Jordan Omley.
She said: ''I want the biggest family and I want the most incredible wedding. It definitely gets you thinking about it.''
Quizzed about marriage, she added: ''Definitely one day, but not soon.''
The 27-year-old starlet finds it difficult to maintain a long-term relationship - as she's based in the UK and her American boyfriend lives in Los Angeles - but believes her and Jordan's similar careers makes it easier for them to understand one another's busy schedule.
Mollie explained: ''He's so kind and loving, he really looks after me. And because he's in the same industry, he gets it. He'll be talking about his day in the studio and I'll be talking about a performance.''
As for communicating from different countries, the 'What About Us' hitmaker prefers video chats over Skype to phone calls.
She told Britain's OK! magazine: ''With Skype I can put him there and walk around the kitchen and make my dinner.''
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