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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Karamo Brown wants twin daughters

    The 'Queer Eye' star missed out on the babyhood of his son Jason, now 22, and would love to start the care of a child from a young age and loves the idea of having two little girls of his own


    Karamo - who also adopted Jason's half-brother Chris, 20, in 2011 - said: "You know, I didn't get the opportunity to have my son when he was a baby; I got him when he was 10.

    "I want a little baby, and now I have the financial resources, I have security in my life, I could do it."

    Discussing his dream of twin girls, he added: "I think they'd be so cute. I'd spoil them."

    Last year, the 40-year-old star split from his fiance Ian Jordan after 10 years together and though he's currently single, Karamo is desperate to get married.

    Speaking on the 'Just the Sip' podcast, he said: "I was in a place where I was ready to get married and I'm still in that place.

    "I just broke up the man I was with, but I wake up every day and I literally yearn. I'm that guy who wants marriage."

    And Karamo has even set a deadline for tying the knot, and he wants his partner to be someone who wants children too.

    He said: "I need to know that whoever I'm dating, we're on the same page because truth be told - and you'll hear this first - by 2023, I gotta be married. I want to be married.

    "I don't have time to play. I know what I want."

    But the culture expert admitted the dating world has changed a lot since he was last single, though he's staying positive about his chances of finding a relationship.

    He said: "The dating world has changed in the past 10 years since I was originally in it.

    "People will make you think all types of things about yourself and you'll have to really back up and be like, 'Hold on, I know better.'

    "I believe that as long as I keep my faith, keep my morals and keep my ethics, I will be able to weed out anyone whose intentions aren't right."

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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