They Want Twins! Drew Scott, Linda Phan May Convert Craft Room to Nursery

Next steps! Drew Scott and Linda Phan live in their dream home and are now ready to start their dream family.

“I think we’re at 17 [kids],” Phan, 34, jokes with Us Weekly exclusively in this week’s issue, referring to the number of children they want.

The Property Brothers star, 41, adds, “I think most parents do that. They’re like, ‘Let’s have 10.’ And then they’re like, ‘One’s good.’ However many we have, we’ve spent a lot of time building a home that will show them a lot of love.”

Drew Scott Linda Phan Wants Twins May Convert Craft Room Nursery
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In fact, the couple’s house features a play area, and Phan said that she would even give up her craft room for a nursery. After all, it’s “the best spot” with “so much color and creativity.”

Phan and Scott, who got married in May 2018 in Italy, tell Us that they “would love to have twins” to start off — and multiples run in their family. Not only does the reality star have a twin brother, Jonathan Scott, but Phan’s sister has twin babies.

So what are they looking forward to doing with their future family? “Spending a lot of time in the kitchen because that fills your soul,” the HGTV personality tells Us. “That fuels your creativity and then to get the kids excited about experimenting in the kitchen, which we do sometimes when we have time.”

For now, the pair are enjoying married life, which has been “amazing” so far, the realtor told Us exclusively in May. “Time flies,” he said at the time. “I honestly can’t believe a year has gone by.”

Drew Scott Linda Phan Wants Twins May Convert Craft Room Nursery

Drew opened up about their family timeline, telling Us, “Right now, there are no plans for having kids immediately, but we definitely want to. That’s why we did the renovation on our place, as well, to make sure it’s a great home that our family can grow into.”

For more on the couple’s “honeymoon house,” watch the video above and check out this week’s issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now!

With reporting by Brody Brown, Marc Lupo, Carly Sloane and Kayley Stumpe

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Tom Green Has One Big Regret About Drew Barrymore and ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Tom Green was never more famous than when he hosted Saturday Night Live on Nov. 18, 2000. 

Not only was his insanely popular talk show still airing on MTV, he was coming off a scene-stealing performance in the hit comedy Road Trip. Just weeks earlier, Charlie’s Angels, in which Green appeared opposite his new fiancée Drew Barrymore, debuted at No. 1 at the box office. 

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The Opening Weekend Games of the Women’s Super League Drew 63,000 Soccer Fans

LONDON (AP) — The opening weekend of the Women’s Super League season attracted almost 63,000 fans across six games as England enjoyed an unprecedented increase in crowds, building on a surge in interest in women’s soccer during the World Cup.

The cumulative crowd was a 12-fold increase on the start of the 2018-19 season when 5,167 fans attended the five games before the English top flight was enlarged from 11 to 12 teams.

The total of 62,921 was reached this weekend thanks largely to Manchester City using the Etihad Stadium and Chelsea using Stamford Bridge, rather than the smaller venues where their women’s teams usually play, and men’s clubs not playing during the international break.

A WSL attendance record was set Saturday when 31,213 saw Manchester City beat newly promoted Manchester United 1-0. Chelsea had distributed 40,000 tickets for free for the visit of Tottenham on Sunday and 24,564 attended — still a record crowd for the west London club’s women’s team.

“We can be cynical about paying for tickets,” Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said after her team’s 1-0 win, “but I’m not going to criticize it because we’ve built on the momentum of the World Cup.”

Bethany England’s long-range strike after four minutes sealed the victory for the two-time WSL champions over a promoted Tottenham side that had eight players making their debuts. Tottenham overhauled the squad after becoming fully professional following its promotion from the second-tier Championship.

“We’ve won a lot today, not just three points, in people’s consciousness women’s football will continue to grow and I’m so proud of this football club,” Hayes said. “I doubt I’ll ever work at a place that has pushed and pushed for women to progress like this place has.”

Arsenal opened its title defense with a 2-1 victory over West Ham in front of 1,795 fans at a stadium in Boreham Wood, north of London.

The English Football Association is looking to build on the interest in the women’s game that swelled as England reached the World Cup semifinals in July, losing to the United States.

“This weekend has been absolutely incredible in terms of attendance,” Tottenham manager Karen Hills said.

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Drew Brees Defends Himself From Anti-Gay Accusations

METAIRIE, La. (AP) — New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees says he’s been unfairly and incorrectly portrayed as anti-gay after recording a video encouraging Christian students to take their bibles to school.

The video was disseminated by an organization called Focus on the Family, which has promoted policies widely viewed as hostile to the LGBTQ community.

Brees said Thursday his only intention was to encourage Christian students to practice their faith with confidence on National Bring Your Bible to School Day.

Brees says he was not aware “at all” that Focus on the Family was associated with anti-gay messaging, inequality or “any type of hate.”

The record-setting quarterback says he sees Christianity as representing love, forgiveness, respecting all and accepting all.

Brees says “shame on” those who portrayed his video as an endorsement of anti-gay propaganda for the purpose of making headlines.

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