EXCLUSIVE: McFly's Danny Jones Reveals 'Pressures' Of Being A New Dad
Earlier this year, McFly front man Danny Jones and his wife Georgia, became parents for the first time, to an adorable baby boy. Model Georgia gave birth on 27th January, and the couple named their little baba Cooper Alf Jones.
The pair confirmed the news with a gorgeous Instagram snap of Cooper's foot, with the caption that read: "So overwhelmed with love, welcome to earth Cooper Alf Jones born today 1:36am."
Now, nearly six weeks later, Danny has opened up about his experiences about becoming a first time dad in an exclusive interview with PRETTY52.
Although 31-year-old Danny is still overwhelmed with the joy of bringing a little one into the world, he has admitted that there are some aspects he really struggles with, like not always being able to tell what is wrong with Cooper when he cries.
Danny told us: "What I find hard is sometimes is that I can normally fix stuff. For example, the other night, I fixed the boiler. I fixed the water pressure, I fixed the TV, no problem, anything like that.
"But when you can't like work out what's wrong with Coops, that's what I find hard, because there's no way to fix it."
However, Danny revealed that the struggles are all worth it when he gets a smile from his little man.
He said: "He's starting to smile already which makes it all worthwhile you know. It's amazing."
Although Danny isn't the first McFly boy to enter the world of fatherhood, he admits his bandmates Tom Fletcher and Harry Judd haven't exactly been on hand to prepare him for what to expect.
He explained: "They didn't really prepare me, they just said 'I can't wait for you to have a kid'.
"I don't know if they thought it was funny seeing me going through what they've been through or what.
"I was with them the other night and we were just talking about how I can get Cooper on one bottle a day and it's quite nice because you can relate to dads and it is nice to have them."
Although it would be easy for Danny to expect Cooper to follow in his musical footsteps, Danny says he doesn't mind what his son does, as long as he tries his best.
"I think all my hopes are for him is that whatever he wants to do, he does his best at it.
"But what I don't is for him to be like 'I don't want to play guitar Dad. Stop trying to make me play guitar.'
"I'm just going to be like 'I'm going to play guitar, if he wants to join in that's great'. I don't want to push it."
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