Tom Fletcher is ready to have another baby, a sibling for 14-month-old Buzz.
Tom Fletcher is ready to have another baby.
The McBusted singer adores his 14-month-old son Buzz and he and wife Giovanna are keen to have a sibling for the little boy very soon.
He said: ''Buzz started talking a few months ago. He said Dougie's name for the first time the other day. He's the best, we'd love to have another baby soon.''
And having Buzz on the road with the group makes some of Tom's bandmates, including drummer Harry Judd - who is married to former Escala violinist Izzy - broody.
Asked if he makes them broody, Harry said: ''We rarely see him cry or make a fuss, he's always laughing. He's so cute it's frightening.''
But Dougie Poynter - who is in a relationship with Ellie Goulding - said: ''No way. He's such a cool kid that my kids would have no chance of competing - I might as well not even try.''
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He told Britain's OK! magazine: ''Marriage is amazing, I love it. It's our anniversary in August and I've got something special planned, but I don't want Georgia to find out what it is.''
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