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ABC star Tony Armstrong reveals plans to start a family after those marriage rumours

ABC hunk Tony Armstrong reveals his big plans to start a family after setting the record straight on ‘secret marriage’ rumours

Tony Armstrong says he would love to have children. 

The TV star, who is a sport presenter of the ABC’s morning program News Breakfast, spoke about his strong desire to start a family in an interview with New Idea on Monday. 

The former AFL player, 32, has just started voicing the turtle teacher ‘Mr Flip’ in the cartoon Reef School, and says the experience has made him think about becoming a father. 

ABC star Tony Armstrong has spoken about his plans to start a family after setting the record straight on ‘secret marriage’ rumours

‘When I was doing it I was imagining some of the little kids in my life watching it,’ he said. 

He added that once his goddaughter Harriet realised he was the voice behind the character and it made him clucky.

‘She’s just started clocking that I’m on the telly and she flips out. I’d love to have kids someday,’ he added. 

The former AFL player, 32, has just started voicing the turtle teacher 'Mr Flip' in the cartoon Reef School, and says the experience has made him think about becoming a father

The former AFL player, 32, has just started voicing the turtle teacher ‘Mr Flip’ in the cartoon Reef School, and says the experience has made him think about becoming a father 

It comes after Tony, who is said to be single, was forced to deny claims he is secretly married back in August to Stellar magazine.

‘If I had a secret wife I’d been hiding all this time, do you think I’d tell you?’ he joked. 

Tony insisted he’s not against the idea of marriage, but won’t be settling down with just anybody. 

It comes after Tony, who is said to be single, was forced to deny claims he is secretly married back in August to Stellar magazine. Pictured here with his ABC colleagues

It comes after Tony, who is said to be single, was forced to deny claims he is secretly married back in August to Stellar magazine. Pictured here with his ABC colleagues 

‘It’s got to be someone pretty special and I suppose I’ve got to be in a space where I can also give them what they need,’ he said. 

Tony explained while his career might be riding high at the moment, he is adamant not to buy into the hype of fame. 

‘I’m just trying to remind myself to enjoy the ride and not buy into things when they’re going well. And not buy into it completely when they aren’t.’

Tony spoke about his his personal life during an interview with the Herald Sun in May, amid rumours he could be the next Bachelor.   

‘The dumbest one that is doing the rounds at the moment is that I’m doing The Bachelor,’ he said.  

‘It is just not true but people who aren’t close friends but would have my number and stuff are buying into it,’ he continued. 

'It is just not true but people who aren't close friends but would have my number and stuff are buying into it,' he continued after Bachelor rumours surfaced

 ‘It is just not true but people who aren’t close friends but would have my number and stuff are buying into it,’ he continued after Bachelor rumours surfaced

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