Jeff Brazier has admitted that he is "not sure" if he will welcome children with wife Kate Dwyer, revealing that she has had 'a change of heart' in the year since they wed.
Jeff, 40, and 29-year-old Kate married in 2018 in Portugal but in recent weeks have admitted there are problems in their marriage after fans spotted that they had unfollowed each other on Instagram.
Jeff welcomed two sons from his relationship with the late Jade GoodyCredit: katedwyerpr
Now Jeff, who has two teenage sons from his relationship with the late Jade Goody, has revealed that although "being married makes you feel more settled" he doesn't actually see Kate all that much.
"Life doesn't feel much different because Kate has a wonderful career in PR where she works very hard and long hours, so it's still just me and the boys at home a fair bit," he told the Daily Mail.
He then added: "I'm not sure whether we'll have children. I had thought when we got married we'd go straight in [on starting a family] but there seems to have been a change of heart about that, and a need for a little more time before those decisions are made.
"I'm just as happy if we do or don't, and I'm content to be patient and let Kate figure all that out."
Kate with Jeff's two sonsCredit: Instagram
Kate and Jeff wed in 2018Credit: Refer to Caption
Jeff's rep previously told The Sun that the presenter and his wife have had "some difficulties" and are "doing their utmost to work through them together".
He was later spotted without his wedding ring causing further fears for this marriage.
However a spokesman for the 40-year-old said: "There is categorically no split between Jeff and Kate."
The pair have not been pictured together since August, when Jeff posted pictures of them on a bank holiday break in Manchester with his sons Bobby, 16, and 15-year-old Freddie.
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Jeff, who shot to fame on 90s reality hit Shipwrecked before becoming a life coach and sports presenter, has long insisted Kate makes his life "complete".
Jade died in March 2009 of cervical cancer.