Strictly's Ore Oduba reveals he and his wife Portia are not ready for children

Strictly Come Dancing champion Ore Oduba has revealed that he and his wife Portia are not ready to have children - well, not just yet! Appearing on Thursday's Lorraine, the TV presenter confessed that he and his wife of one year are just "too busy" to plan a family at the moment. When quizzed by chat show host Lorraine about the possibility of having babies soon, Ore replied: "Are you going to get on my back with the babies, as well as my mum and dad?"

Ore Oduba has said he and his wife Portia are not ready for children

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Clearly feeling the pressure, he teased: "Give us a break! Give us a chance! We haven't got the time… Last year we spent about a day together." Ore, 31, tied the knot with Portia, 29, in 2015. And just a few months into their married life, Ore's wife was his biggest support during his victorious stint on Strictly last year. He added: "Since the first week of us being together we spoke about it." Speaking about his time on the popular BBC dance show, Ore revealed that he's still in touch with his dancing partner Jo Clifton. "Trying to dance - before the show I was dancing in my kitchen, living room but now Jo (Clifton) - is coming down on Sunday – she's busy killing it on her show," he added.

"We haven't got the time," the TV presenter said

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In November, Ore and Portia took part in an exclusive photoshoot for HELLO! magazine as they marked their first wedding anniversary. The presenter told HELLO!: "Portia being so supportive, has made it all possible. She keeps me grounded. She's my choreographer, stylist, physiotherapist as well as wife." Revealing his love for his wife, Ore added: "I knew she was The One straight away. From the first two months, we talked about wanting children. The way we are with each other hasn't dipped or changed. I know it will always be fine when Portia is here."

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