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Growing family: As Harry and Izzy Judd look forward to expanding their family, they sweetly backed his Mc Fly bandmate Danny Jones who recently announced he is expecting with wife Georgia (the couple pictured above with daughter Lola, 18 months) Joining the dad club: Speaking exclusively to Mail Online the drummer, 31, and his violinist wife, 33, who share daughter Lola, 18 months, praised Danny's parenting skills as he prepares to become the third member of the band to join the dad club (pictured Danny and wife Georgia Horsley) Praising Danny's skills as a natural parent, Harry said: ‘As guys we laugh and say haha ‘can you imagine Danny with a kid’ and it just makes us all laugh. 'He’ll be a fantastic dad, he’s very kind, he loves Lola.
All the guys are so sweet, they’re great.' Harry and Izzy are eagerly anticipating their own bundle of joy, with Izzy due to give birth in September.
When the door creaked slightly, Dougie jumped and stared at Tom with wide eyes until he realised where the sound had come from and who was there standing in the doorway." It's a sweet snuggle for about four minutes before Tom feels Dougie’s dick poking at his hip, Dougie absentmindedly petting Tom's sides and tummy with warm, curious fingers.
Tom clears his throat when Dougie finds the strip of skin between Tom's pants and tee, but Dougie doesn’t seem to notice.
They have been incredibly open about their journey to becoming parents, and are eagerly counting down the days to the arrival of their second baby.
And as Harry and Izzy Judd look forward to expanding their family, they sweetly backed his Mc Fly bandmate Danny Jones who recently announced he is expecting with wife Georgia, Speaking exclusively to Mail Online the drummer, 31, and his violinist wife, 33, who share daughter Lola, 18 months, praised Danny's parenting skills as he prepares to become the third member of the band to join the dad club.
Danny – who is currently a mentor on ITV’s ‘The Voice Kids’ – told the Daily Star newspaper: “We think the charts are a bit too dancey for us, and we are trying to work out where we fit. I’ve played football with Jack a lot and he’s good. I am never too busy for my mates, though, so I am sorry in advance and in the past for my inept communication skills.
“We will always be a guitar band but look at Coldplay, they’ve moulded themselves into a current band by working with The Chainsmokers and I think we should have that discussion.” Bassist Dougie previously admitted while they have a “good chunk” of their new album – their first in seven years, the follow-up to 2010’s ‘Above the Noise’ – completed, it has taken them “a while” to put it together because they struggle with songwriting. “It takes a lot of time but we were away for a while. I still play every Friday night and when I was 14 I was offered a contract with Birmingham City. going to a pub on the river or eating nice food in front of a fire or in sunshine and chatting over a beer.
They cosied up at the Movida Private Members Club, a favourite of celebs, after Notts beauty Laura helped present a heat of this year’s Miss England contest.It was claimed the pair had split after a four-month fling.