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Vas Morgan has announced he wants to have three children in the next five years.
The former TOWIE star, who recently slammed the popular show as being negative and bad for his mental health, made the revelation during an exclusive chat with OK! Online.
After coming out the other end of a dangerous drug addiction, where he took "ketamine, cocaine and crystal meth", and learning to love himself after coming out as gay, he's finally ready to become a father to three budding kids.
"I want to be happy and I want to be a father," he told OK! with confidence.
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"[I want] three kids. I would love to be married, but it's not really my first priority. My first goal is that I want to be a parent. I want to be a father."
It comes after the reality star recently said his relationship with his mum is "great now" following a rocky start after he came out as a gay on TOWIE.
The 32 year old had announced his sexuality for his co-stars and viewers to hear before telling his family, which he previously admitted was "very difficult".
However, now, it appears he and his Jamaican mum have managed to mend their relationship as he told us: "It was only a year ago that me and my mum had a very deep conversation about it again.
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"We sort of agreed to disagree and she sort of realised that she has to love me no matter what and she does love me."
Vas went on to speak about his mother's background. "It was so difficult for her, my mom is like almost 70 years old, she was born and raised in Jamaica, she moved to England in her mid-20s as a refugee," he said.
"So all of this is like her own struggles that she went through in life that she was sort of taking out on me.
"Homosexuality is still punishable by death in like seven African countries and in the Caribbean it was just very… Most of the music I listened to was about killing gays and gays being wrong so I was brought up in an environment where it just wasn't allowed.
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"That was in the 90s and early 2000s. My mum was brought up in that environment in the 50s, which would've been 10 times worse.
"She's also extremely religious, so to her like gays should belong in hell. Like having a gay son was the worst thing that could happen in the world."
Despite this, Vas and his mum are on great terms now as the star said she even wants him to find someone to love.
"Our relationship is great now," he rejoiced. "I don't think I'll ever feel comfortable bringing a boy home to my mum but she knows I'm gay, she wants me to be happy.
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"I think she's got to a point where I'm 32 years old and she's like I've never been in a relationship, I'm sort of alone, most of my siblings are like married with kids.
"I think she feels a bit that I'm alone and she doesn't want me to die alone."
"So she's like, 'If it has to be with a boy, I'd rather it be with a boy than you be lonely.' I think that's the point she's at now," he added.
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