Ed Sheeran is perhaps one of the most popular musicians today, welcoming the New Year with a bang by releasing two chart-topping singles. The 25-year-old British singer-songwriter is busy promoting his singles nowadays, but he recently took some time to reflect on his thoughts about having a family.

During his interview on “Vodafone Big Top 40” on Sunday, Sheeran bravely answered the questions of hosts Marvin Humes and Kat Shoob, including one about having babies in the future. According to “Castle on the Hill” singer, he thinks he’d like to have many babies or a “tour bus baby.” "I'd love to have loads of babies" Sheeran said, as per Capital FM. He added, "I would have a tour bus baby, but I'd have a tour bus baby when the tour is not that intense. The tour that's about to come up is quite intense."

Even though Sheeran is open to the idea of having many babies, the “Shape of You” crooner stressed it won't be any time soon as he’s “not really around.”

Aside from family planning, Sheeran also opened up about the brutal foot injury he suffered while on vacation. During the interview, Sheeran revealed be suffered a foot injury during his 25th birthday. He said he put his foot “into a boiling geyser and it melted all the skin off his foot.”

Meanwhile, Sheeran continued to soar high in his music career as he made history after becoming the first artist to have simultaneously released a top one and two hot singles on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia. According to Billboard, the two new singles were released on Jan. 6, ahead of his upcoming third album titled “Divide” on March 3.

In other related news, the English artist recently flaunted his slimmer physique when he attended the Music Choice event in New York last week, Daily Mail reported. Thanks to his girlfriend, Sheeran was placed on a strict exercise routine and gave up his pizza and beer diet when he’s on tour.

Sheeran’s new singles, “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill,” have reportedly surpassed One Direction in terms of streaming record. The songs have been globally streamed 6.8 million and 6.1 million times, respectively.