Courtney Bingham, the 29-year-old wife of MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, has told Britain's Hello! magazine that they are trying to have a baby, which will be the first child for her.
Sixx, 56, married Bingham in March 2014 at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, California.
This is the third marriage for Sixx, who has three kids with ex-wife Brandi Brandt: Storm Breanne Sixx, 20, Gunner Nicholas Sixx, 24, and Decker Nilsson Sixx, 19. He also has a daughter with his ex-wife, "Baywatch" star Donna D'Errico, Frankie-Jean Mary Sixx, 14.
"He is such a hands-on dad," Courtney told Hello!. "His three older children — Gunner, Storm and Decker — all grew up living with Nikki full-time. He took them to school every morning, helped them with homework, packed their lunches daily and continues to do that now with my 14-year-old stepdaughter Frankie."
She added: "For someone with such a demanding schedule, it's always amazing to me how he manages to be there for his kids so strongly. He is the best father I have ever seen."
Courtney also revealed that she is hoping for a baby girl. She explained: "Since I'm only going to have one, I feel like I need to have a daughter."
Sixx and Bingham had been dating since 2010, shortly after the breakup of his relationship with tattoo artist Kat Von D.
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