Ricky Martin Planning To Add A Baby Girl To His Family Next Year

Posted: Sep 2 2014, 5:06am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

 Ricky Martin Planning To Add A Baby Girl To His Family Next Year
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Before increasing his family he plans to launch a new disc in early 2015 and start off on a promotional tour.

This Tuesday Rickey Martin announced that he wishes to become a father again. The 42 year old singer, who is already a father to 6 year old twin boys Matteo and Valentino, now says that he wants a baby girl. While talking to a group of reporters, the Puerto Rican said that "The little baby will come next year. When daddy's little girl arrives, I want to be there.” He said this while he was attending a round table discussion at the educational center that his foundation has created in Loiza, east of San Juan.

If we all remember, Ricky Martin dropped the huge bomb at his fans back in 2010 when he publicly declared his homosexuality when he posted on his official website that said "I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am." The singer had sought a surrogate mother earlier to have his twins and now before he further extends his family he is planning to launch a new disc in early 2015 and will start off on a promotional tour.

Martin, who is always at work for his new disk, said that "We have to make a couple of phone calls to look for the little girl.” He has also revealed that his first single is going to be in September or October.

source: foxnews

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