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Hayley Roberts: Hoff spoils me

Published 28/06/2015

Hayley Roberts
Hayley Roberts

David Hasselhoff's girlfriend Hayley Roberts really wants a "mini Hoff".

The pair met during David's stint as a judge on TV show Britain's Got Talent around four years ago and at the time Hayley was working in a department store.

Things have dramatically changed for the Brit beauty as she now lives with her beau in his Malibu mansion, but that doesn't mean the 35-year-old takes advantage of David, 62, and his fame.

"David offers to give me his credit card to go shopping, but it feels weird," she sighed to British magazine Closer. "I can't even say 'thank you,' because I'm so embarrassed. But he always says to me: 'I want you to buy whatever you want.'"

David is a father grown-up daughters Taylor and Hayley with ex-wife Pamela Bach. It seems he may be planning to expand his brood, with Hayley revealing the couple are keen to have their own kids in the near future.

"I want to be with David forever and we want to get married and have kids. We'd like to start a family in the next couple of years - I really want a mini Hoff!" Hayley laughed.

"I'm absolutely crazy about David. I love being around him and I find him so sexy. Beautiful girls throw themselves at him but he chose me and I feel so lucky."

In return David constantly gushes about his girlfriend, and recently spoke about how his daughters get along with her.

"They do. And they know I’m happy. I spent more time with my daughters when I was by myself, but they’re so busy now anyway I hardly see them. They’re career girls," he smiled to British newspaper The Mirror.

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