Ian 'H' Watkins thinks taking part in 'Dancing on Ice' will be "easier" than raising his children.
The Steps singer - who will appear on the ITV skating show with professional partner Matt Evers - isn't worried about the gruelling work he'll need to undertake to get ready for the show as he already has a challenge in bringing up twins Macsen and Cybi Ryder-Watkins.
When asked if he was prepared for how hard training would be, he said: "Again, I have children, and raising twins, anything is easier that that. But what's perfect about this is that I can do all of the training around my kids, which is perfect."
And H admits his biggest fear about the show is getting injured and not being able to look after his kids.
He explained: "Well I'm a parent now, so I have the fear of obviously if I get injured, my children depend on me. It's that fear that other people are affected by it ... But again because I'm a parent, I'm looking forward to learning a new skill that I can bring my kids along to later. Teaching them to ice skate. It will be a nice family thing for us to do. "
H admits he isn't really keen on feeling fearful and tries to "step back from dangerous situations" now he has kids of his own.
He explained: "I don't like fear, but I like to feel like I'm on the edge a little bit. But since I've had kids my fear factor has raised.
"I step back from dangerous situations. But who knows, maybe they'll get me doing headbangers, we'll see ... I will try anything so throw it my way and if I can do it, great."
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