Dianne Buswell, 30, and Joe Sugg, 27, confirmed their relationship after the end of last year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing, when they reached the final.
A year on after they first met, the professional dancer admitted children are “100 per cent” on the agenda.
The Australian native even said she believes Joe will make a “brilliant” dad in the future.
Revealing what she believes he would be like, she told this month’s issue of Happiful magazine: “He’d be like that dad that dresses up for them – he’d play characters every day, he’d be a lot of fun, he’d be just like a kid!”
Dianne and Joe live their relationship in the spotlight, with them both starring in videos posted on their respective YouTube accounts.
The professional dancer said she doesn’t feel the “pressure” about her romance being in the public eye as she said it’s all “natural”.
“If we weren’t happy, I would feel the pressure, but because we are so happy, it doesn’t feel like there is any pressure,” she explained.
Dianne added: “It’s all so natural.”
Also in the interview, Dianne spoke candidly opened about her obsession with food over the years.
The Strictly Come Dancing favourite said she suffered anxiety due to the pressure of trying to stay slim, which occurred nine years ago.
Dianne explained the turning point in her life came when she saw a doctor who said she needed immediate hospitalisation to get treatment for iron deficiency anaemia.
The red-headed beauty revealed she took three months out to get herself “sorted” with the help of her loved ones.
Meanwhile, Dianne will be back performing on Strictly Come Dancing with a new partner on Saturday night.
In the first live show of the series, she and Dev Griffin, 34, will be performing the Foxtrot to The Foundations’ song, Build Me Up Buttercup.
Ahead of their first dance together, Dianne spoke about the issues they are facing in rehearsals.
The star said in an interview with this week’s Radio Times: “We’ve already concluded my hair’s going to be an issue as it’s whipping him in the face!”
But praising her celebrity partner, she went on: “But Dev definitely has potential. I can 100 per cent see rhythm.”
All the celebrities will be performing in this weekend’s first live show but fortunately for them, no one will be voted off.
Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday on BBC One from 7pm.
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