Watch out Marvin Humes because The Saturdays star Rochelle Wiseman has revealed she wants BABIES.
Chatting to Cosmopolitan the gorgeous star said things have changed since Una's baby Aoife came along.
She said: "It's made it different — like, 'Oh my god, you're a mum now!' I love that we're getting married around the same time. And I just love Aoife. I want to have babies in the next five years."
We just hope JLS hottie Marvin Humes, who is set to marry Rochelle Wiseman this summer, is in on the plan.
And fellow Saturdays bandmate Mollie King agrees that she has also been affected by Una Healy giving birth. She added: "It's made me really connect with babies… I just love Aoife. She's absolutely adorable and I'm so proud of Una."
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Mols, who was recently linked to Prince Harry told the mag she's really into guys who gush over her and do things the old-fashioned way.
She said: "I'm not into chasing or playing games… I actually fall for guys when they're a bit all over me! I like an old-school gentleman who picks you up for a date and opens the door.
"Boys have said in the past that I live my life like a movie. I love all things romantic, like kissing in the rain. When I'm with someone, I'm completely devoted to them."
And although we reckon Mollie King is just about the hottest blonde out there (yes mega girl girl crush), the singer reckons she'd far rather look like Beyonce (err wouldn't we all).
She said: "I look in the mirror and see things I need to work on — I'd love to have curves like Beyoncé and a nice booty. I don't have any major hang-ups and it's not like I go to bed crying about it, but there are things I would change."
Rochelle, who came under attack for both gaining and losing weight, added that she's in a good place now. She said: "I'm happy now. A couple of years ago I had two cysts on my ovaries and it made me put on quite a bit of weight. Then after the operation it all calmed down.
"Now I'm happy to be curvy, I'm happy to be womanly and I think that comes from happiness in everything else in my life too. The last thing I worry about now is what I look like."
And The Saturdays have joined boyband One Direction in insisting they won't be heading across the Pond to live permanently in America anytime soon.
Rochelle said: "… I couldn't move to America because I'm a home girl, but working there is great. The weather, the lifestyle — it's a very, very nice place to be."
The full interview appears in the June issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale 3rd May. For behind-the-scenes footage go to www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/thesaturdaysbackstage