Sam Smith wants kids by 35 but laments boyfriends are ‘nowhere to be found’

Sam Smith has revealed their desire for children by the age of 35.

The Writing's On The Wall singer, currently 28, told that they want to start a family and watch their kids grow, admitting they'd be a hands-on parent.

But Sam lamented that they first need a partner, and it's hard to meet people in London.

Chatting with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Sam, who last year came out as nonbinary, told: "I want kids. I want all of it. I want to have kids.

"I want to be with the kids and I want to watch them grow and be with them every day. I want to be mummy."

Sam wants kids by their mid-30s
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Sam added: "I'm definitely going to do that at some point, but I've still got more in me. I've still got ambition.

"I try and settle it down all the time and play it down, but I'm ambitious and I would still want to sing to people and do this job. It's an amazing feeling."

And despite their best intentions, Sam's love life is proving a hard nut to crack at the moment.

They lamented how tough it is to find a partner
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They said it's been 'exhausting' trying to find a partner
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They dished: "I'm going to work my a** off until then [and] hopefully find a boyfriend — but they're absolutely nowhere to be found anywhere in London.

"I've been searching all over the place. Honestly, I've been on the frontline now for a good three years and it's exhausting."

Sam recently opened up to Sunday Times Style Magazine about being nonbinary, and how they feel attitudes need to be redressed.

Sam explained why they don't want to be a role model
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They opened up about their nonbinary identity
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"I think there is a lack of education and a lack of understanding," they remarked.

"No one ever talked about queer sex or queer love growing up and I have been put in dangerous positions.

"I feel that if my music or gender expression helps anyone of any age see themselves in me, or it helps them understand, that's wonderful.

"The concept of being a role model is wonderful, but it is not something I am looking for. I make mistakes. I am flawed."

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