Taylor Momsen has admitted she wants to get married and have children in the future but is waiting to meet the ''perfect person''.
Taylor Momsen wants to settle down and have children.
The Pretty Reckless singer - who performed at the this year's Isle of Wight Festival on Saturday (14.06.14) - wants to get married and start a family in the future but is waiting for the ''perfect person''.
She told the Metro newspaper: ''One day I'd love to have children and get married. It would have to be the perfect person. I don't know who that will be.''
She added: ''At the moment I'm married to my guitar and my notebook.''
Taylor is well known for playing Jenny Humphrey in the TV series 'Gossip Girl', but she insists she is in no rush to return to return to acting as she is fully focused on her music.
The 20-year-old star said: ''Acting's not something I'm pursuing. Who knows if I will ever act again, but I will be making records forever.''
Taylor - who released her second studio album 'Going to Hell' earlier this year has previously spoken of her difficult transition from a young actor to successful rock star.
She said: ''In the beginning, it definitely took a minute for people to listen to the music and get over the age factor and the fact that I had previously acted.
''But now the fans really like the music, it's about writing a good song and connecting with people. It seems to be working ... they know every word to every song at every show. It's pretty f***ing awesome.''
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