'Brian hates the name but I'll call my first girl Sailor', says Vogue
They're not planning on having any children just yet but that hasn't stopped TV personality Vogue Williams and her husband Brian McFadden from picking out baby names.
The couple got married in a lavish ceremony in Italy in 2012 and have always said it would be a few years before they would start a family together.
However, while it might be a few years off, Howth native Vogue has revealed one of her baby names and it has a nautical theme.
"I was fuming because Liv Tyler just called her son Sailor and it was clearly my name. I definitely want it for a girl, it's happening," she said.
However, Brian (34) who already has two daughters, Lilly-Sue(12) and Molly (13), with his ex-wife Kerry Katona isn't a huge fan of his wife's choice.
"Brian is really against the name I want," she added.
Vogue (29) has recently appeared on Bear Grylls' reality Mission Survive and she has a number of other TV projects in the works - including a new Reality Bites programme for RTE about doing the Leaving Cert - which has put starting a family on the back burner.
"I'm not planning on having kids for the next few years ... I think just because my careers really taking off now and I'm doing a lot of TV," she explained.
"I would have to take a year off and I'm not where I want to be in my career yet for that."
She also added that she would love to have a baby boy with Brian when they do have children.
"I've always wanted to have a little boy first as I have older brothers," she said.
"If Brian was the one able to get pregnant then we'd consider having children now but I'm not ready as I don't want to stop working. I hope to have babies in my early 30s," she added.
While she's busy working on her different TV projects, Vogue will be jetting to Dublin to judge the Carton House Most Stylish Lady competition, which is taking place at the Boylesports Irish Grand National on Easter Monday, April 6.
The style star has shared some tips for ladies hoping to nab the €8,000 prize package.
"Don't limit yourself to a designer outfit, there are plenty of local boutiques and high street designs that can look equally sleek and I'm a big fan of mixing and matching," she said. "Stick with what looks great on you and above all be comfortable."