Exclusive: Tom Fletcher reveals how Buzz is adjusting to being a big brother

Julie Delahaye

Tom Fletcher has opened up about how his son Buzz is adjusting to becoming a big brother. The 30-year-old, who welcomed his second child Buddy Bob with wife Giovanna in February, revealed that little Buzz has been "loving" his new role.

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Tom Fletcher has opened up about the bond between his sons Buzz and Buddy

"He's loving it, he's very sweet," Tom told HELLO! Online exclusively at Disney On Ice presents Silver Anniversary Celebration at Wembley's SSE Arena. "He's very sweet. He wants to kiss and cuddle his little brother the whole time. The first thing he says when he wakes up is, 'Buddy, where are you?' It's really cute, it's very sweet."

The McFly singer admitted that he and Giovanna are "enjoying" being parents to two children, but added that the couple haven’t ruled out expanding their family again in the future.

"We're just enjoying two at the moment," he admitted. "We always see ourselves as a big family but who knows? We'll wait and see!"

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Hard at work on his upcoming debut novel A Christmasaurus, Tom revealed he has particularly enjoyed the ability to work from home alongside Giovanna, who is also an author, to spend as much time as possible with their sons.

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"That's the beauty, we're so lucky to be writers because it allows us to control our hours around our kids and work from home," he said.

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Tom revealed little Buzz is "loving" his new role as a big brother

He then quipped: "That's relatively straightforward on paper – but actually doing it with two kids is a whole other question!"

Tom added that the couple have both taken time off from their hectic work schedules in recent weeks, to focus on the newest addition to their family.

"To be honest, we're both, timing wise, at the moment with the new baby, it worked out really great for us both being off," he explained. "The whole last couple of months we've just been at home with the kids."

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