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Thursday 26 May 2016

Taylor Momsen: I want a husband

Published 16/06/2014

Taylor Momsen
Taylor Momsen

Taylor Momsen wants a husband and children but is too focused on music right now to give it much thought.

Although she hasn't met the man of her dreams yet, the blonde songstress is hopeful that she'll settle down one day. And when it comes to a potential partner Taylor only has one single specification; he has to be perfect.

"One day, I'd love to have children and get married. It would have to be the perfect person. I don't know who that will be," she told British newspaper Metro.

But fans of her band The Pretty Reckless can breathe a sigh of relief as the grunge star isn't about to abandon her music career.

"At the moment I'm married to my guitar and my notebook," she added.

The Pretty Reckless had a jam packed weekend of festivals, playing all over the UK to music lovers.

They thrilled crowds at the Isle of White Festival on Saturday, sharing the bill with acts including Red Hot Chili Peppers and The 1975.

On Sunday they played to rock fans at Download festival, where Aerosmith headlined.

Taylor, 20, became a household name thanks to her role as Jenny Humphrey in teen drama Gossip Girl. Since the show came to an end in 2012 Taylor has focused all of her attention on music and says a return to the small screen isn't high on her priority list.

"Acting's not something I'm pursuing. Who knows if I'll ever act again but I will be making records forever," she assured fans.

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