Harry Judd worried about messy house

London, Aug 9 (IANS) Musician Harry Judd is worried about keeping his house tidy when his baby arrives.

The McBusted drummer, who is expecting first child with wife Izzy, says he is struggling to cope with the idea of the chaos and clutter which a newborn brings, but is hoping he relaxes once the little one arrives, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“I’m obsessive. Sometimes I can’t leave the house without knowing its tidy. I’m trying to think of neat ways to store the toys. But I’m sure once the baby arrives, I won’t care as much. Being a good dad will be my only concern,” Judd told Closer magazine.

The 29-year-old is looking to his bandmates Tom Fletcher, who has 16-month-old son Buzz with wife Giovanna, and Matt Willis, who has Isabelle, 6, and Ace, 3, with spouse Emma, for parenting inspiration and advice.

“Tom and Matt have been giving me tips. I see how they’re both so committed to being dads. What’s impressive is that Tom is so dedicated to family life and will do promo work with the band on only a few hours sleep. He and his wife are a partnership with their son,” he added.

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