Fleur East is facing pressure from her family to have kids
The 33-year-old singer is currently doing "10,000 things at once" and while she'd eventually love to have children with her husband Marcel Badiane-Robin, she insists it's not her priority at this moment in time
4 March 2021
She shared: "Everyone in my life is begging me to have kids. It’s got to that stage.
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"Me and my husband are really driven and doing a lot with our own careers. He’s into fashion and I’m doing 10,000 things at once.
"We definitely want to have a family for sure but we’re not putting pressure on it. Our mums would say different, they’re itching now. They want grandchildren.
"My mum isn’t a grandmother yet. She’s saying, ‘Give me my grand-babies'."
Fleur and Marcel were planning to return to Morocco - where they tied the knot in 2019 - last summer to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but the loved-up duo were prevented from doing so because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The singer therefore made an effort to bring a taste of Morocco to her home.
Fleur - who starred on 'The X Factor' back in 2014 - told The Sun newspaper: "It was dining room chairs with a throw and sheets from upstairs. My husband just laughed and went, ‘Oh my gosh, is this really what you wanted to do?’
"He always says to me that I live in Disneyland inside my head as I’m always trying to relive memories from my childhood. I’ve got a childish imagination in that sense.
"But we’ve had a relationship reset during lockdown as we have spent so much time together, like you do when you first get together.
"So it was a cute thing to do. To have fun like that after 11 years together is really cool."