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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Lily James is "looking forward" to having children with Matt Smith

    The 29-year-old actress has been dating the 'Crown' star since 2014 and has admitted that although she doesn't feel quite ready at the moment, she can't wait to start a family with him now that their friends are starting to have babies


    Speaking in an interview with NET-A-PORTER's digital magazine, PorterEdit, she said: "Yeah, a lot of our friends are having kids. Two of my closest girlfriends just had babies and I adore them.

    "It's amazing to see what that brings to your life. You know, it becomes the most important thing, and that kind of shift is something I look forward to."

    Lily's comments come just weeks after the 34-year-old actor said babies were something that were on his mind "a lot" because he thinks he'd be a "good dad".

    The former 'Doctor Who' star said that a lot of his good friends have recently become parents and it's sparked his interest in becoming a dad, too.

    Speaking last month, Matt shared: "I am thinking about kids quite a lot. I'd like a lot of them. A lot of my friends are having children and, dare I say, I think I'd be quite a good dad."

    However, when they do start a family together, Matt and Lily will no doubt step away from the public eye for a little while, because the brunette beauty previously admitted it can be "annoying" having to live out their love lives in the spotlight.

    She said: "It's hard to go places and it can be annoying."

    Despite the unwelcome attention, the couple are "very happy" with one another.

    The former 'Downton Abbey' actress explained: "It's no secret - we're very happy."

    © 2018 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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