Graham Norton has revealed that he regrets not having children.
The chat show host said that in his younger years he did consider becoming a father, but now he is 50 he feels too old to start a family.
"I did consider becoming a dad at one time, but I think I've left it a bit late," Graham told The Mirror. "I'm a bit long in the tooth now. My dogs are my kids."
Graham, who is currently single following a split from his partner Trevor Patterson last year, has a labradoodle called Bailey and a terrier called Madge - both of whom will feature prominently in his upcoming autobiography The Loves and Lives of a He-devil.
"It is going to be about things I really like. So there will be chapters on booze, my dogs, New York, divas and TV," he said.
It will also include anecdotes from Graham's past relationships, although he admits this may come as a shock for some of the people involved.
"It will include relationship nonsense but I haven't told my exes," he said.
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