The rapper who is married to former Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh recently opened up about his baby plans, revealing he thinks he may have missed the boat when it comes to parenthood.
Since Pro Green and Millie tied the knot two years ago, the couple have been plagued by rumours they are expecting their first child together. And while we all hoped such reports were true, Professor Green has been known to poke fun at the baby claims.
While launching his new autobiography, Feeling Lucky, the 31-year-old (who's real name is Stephen Manderson) was asked once more about his plans to start a family, with Professor Green hinting he may have left it "too late" to become a dad.
He told The Daily Star: "People used to get married at 20 and have a baby at 21, that's better than leaving it too late like now."
Despite his recent comments, Professor Green did recently admit he was excited at the thought of having a baby with Millie.
Opening up about his personal life during an interview on This Morning, he said: "I'm looking forward to the future and hopefully having my own family."
Millie, meanwhile, has already expressed her desire to have children of her own.
Last October, the reality star turned fashion designer revealed she is hoping to have a baby within four years time. She said: "I want to be a young mum. I'd like to have kids by the time I am 30."
The 26-year-old then added that she would quite like four children in total, two girls and two boys.
She and Professor Green first married in September 2013, tying the knot in front of family and friends at Babington House in Somerset.
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