JEREMY McConnell is loving life with daughter Storm so much he can’t wait to have more kids with his fiancée Katie McCreath.
The Irish star, 30, is celebrating his first Father’s Day since Storm’s birth seven months ago and he’s called the precious time with his little girl a “dream”.
Jeremy McConnell is loving life with daughter Storm so much he can’t wait to have more kids with his fiancée Katie McCreath[/caption]
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, he hinted it won’t be long before she gets a sibling.
“A full football team would be great!” joked Jeremy. “But seriously, given our circumstances, I do think we would like to add to our family. Watch this space.”
He continued: “I think we have been so lucky as she has just been a dream. We haven’t had any bad nights with her. She only cries if she is hungry.
“I keep saying, I can’t believe how easy it’s been, I keep saying I can’t wait for another one.
“I have just loved every second. I melt every time I look at her, given that she will grow up in the countryside I think it would be good for her to have a sibling to enjoy life and play with of a similar age.”
The former reality TV star’s life has completely changed following the birth of the couple’s first child together.
Nights out have been swapped for cosy evenings in, and now everything Jeremy does is with Storm in mind.
He said: “I think for any parent it’s life changing as a little person comes before you in every way. It has completely changed our lives, but at the same time she has just fitted in with us.
Jeremy has been surprised how easy he’s found raising Storm[/caption]
“I look back at my life before I met Katie, and I look at my family now, and I cannot believe the difference.
“My weekends have changed to treat nights and films, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. We both have a common goal to do the best for storm, to build her an amazing home and give her the best life we can, so it has really motivated me to succeed in life.”
Both Katie and Jeremy have worked from home during lockdown while looking after Storm, and they haven’t spent a day apart.
It’s meant they’ve not missed a single moment of her development, with Jeremy particularly happy when he recently caught her first word: “Dada.”
He said: “Simply, Storm has completed us. We have never had her with a baby sitter or away from us. She is just part of our little team. Her Grandad took her out for a couple of hours and we missed her so much!
“We have been working on our home and just enjoying storm developing, during lockdown she has started to eat hard food, sit up and mumble a few sounds. I think I caught “Dada” tonight. These are things we might have missed each day if lockdown hadn’t happened.
“Daddy day care is the best job.”
With the loved-up couple completely focused on raising Storm, any plans for a wedding have been put on the back-burner.
But when the time comes for them to tie the knot, Storm will play a massive part in their big day.
“She is our world,” said Jeremy. “It would be all about Storm, and in fact that would be the main reason why we would want to, so she would need to play a big part in it.”
For the past year Jeremy has been working as the director of Hair of Istanbul.
With lockdown restrictions beginning to ease Jeremy is relishing helping the business grow and even has his sights set on setting up a clinic in the UK.
He said: “My life has changed immeasurably, and my role at Hair of Istanbul has been central to that. Being part of something so exciting and that is the best in the world in its industry has really driven and motivated me.
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“Over the next 12 months we hope to open a hospital here in the UK, and I will be central to that move.
“I am really excited that we are finally open again and that the flights are back up and running so that everyone who had to wait over the lockdown period can now have treatment, as it is life changing for many.”
Jeremy has undergone a hair transplant himself in the past and he also had a procedure on his nose last year in Turkey by surgeon Dr Muhammet Dilber to iron out some bumps from his sporty past.
However, he has ruled out any more cosmetic procedures, telling us: “I have had my fill.”
He’s now looking ahead to taking Storm to meet the clinic team later in the year for a sunny winter holiday.
Sounds perfect to us.
Hair of Instanbul is reopening its doors and taking bookings now.
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