Updated: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 11:00:00 GMT | By Bang

Brian McFadden: Marriage has made me grow up

Brian McFadden has ''grown up'' since meeting Vogue Williams and says he and his model spouse love nothing more than quiet nights at home.


Brian McFadden has ''grown up'' since meeting Vogue Williams and says he and his model spouse love nothing more than quiet nights at home.

Brian McFadden has ''grown up'' since meeting Vogue Williams and says he and his model spouse love nothing more than quiet nights at home.

Brian McFadden has ''grown up'' since meeting Vogue Williams.

The 33-year-old singer - who married the model in September 2012 after 18 months of dating - insists he has settled down and he now prefers quiet nights at home with his 27-year-old spouse to nights out.

He said: ''She's a great girl. We've changed each other. The two of us grew up and settled down when we met each other. Going out is a rare event now.

''I play golf while Vogue walks the dog and goes to the gym, then in the evening we watch a box set of 'Lost'.''

Despite feeling content in their home life together, Brian - who has daughters Molly, 11, and Lilly-Sue, 10, with ex-wife Kerry Katona - and Vogue insist they are in no rush to start a family, but when the time comes, the former Westlife singer is willing to put his career on hold.

Vogue said: ''I don't feel I'm in any rush but it's one of the reasons I wanted to make a base here [in London].

''I think 30 would be a good age - I still have lots of things I want to achieve.''

Brian added in an interview with Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''I'd like to see Vogue concentrate on her career. I'd be happy to be a stay-at-home dad.''

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