Ola and James Jordan reveal they are feeling broody

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James Jordan has revealed that he and his wife Ola Jordan are keen to start a family. Speaking to HELLO! Online at the Tesco Mum of the Year Awards on Sunday, former Strictly star James, 36, said that children are on the cards for him and his wife of 11 years.

"I'm definitely feeling broody," said James. "We'd love to have kids at some point.

James Jordan revealed he is feeling broody



"The dream number would be two because when you've got more than two children things like hotel rooms and cars can be a bit more difficult," he said, adding that twins could be a possibility as they run in both of the couple's families. "Twins would be great, a boy and girl in one go!"

The 36-year-old, who tied the knot with Poland-born Ola on 12 October 2003, went on to say that being an uncle has spurred on his own desire to have a family.

"I know when you're an uncle you can give them back at the end of the day, but I do want my own little Jimmy Jordan, or maybe I'll call him Damian," he quipped.

Ola said she is feeling positive following her knee surgery



With both James and Ola busy with their numerous work commitments, however, the problem is finding the right time to try for a baby.

"There's never a good time," said Ola. "We'll just have to wait and see what happens."

The couple have been married since 2003



Ola, who was left out of action after sustaining a serious knee injury while training for Channel 4's The Jump, also said that she can finally "see the light at the end of the tunnel" after undergoing surgery.

"I'm feeling positive, I'm much better now," she said. "I can walk without crutches but I still need to take it easy."

The 32-year-old added that she was grateful to have been "looked after" by James while she was recovering from her accident, although the Kent-born dancer himself fell ill over Christmas.

"The doctors didn't actually find out what was wrong with me and I had been feeling ill for a number of weeks," he said. "I can still feel a bit of pain every now and again but hopefully I'll be alright."