“Property Brothers” star Jonathan Scott is ready to become a father in four years, regardless if he has a wife or not by then.

The home renovation expert recently opened up to People about his plans in his life following a recent heartbreak. According to Scott, he wants to have kids before he turns 45, so he is now considering adoption because he’s not sure if he’ll be in a relationship when the time comes.

“I want to be a dad, so it’s important for me to have a partner who would play a key role in that. … I have said to myself that if I don’t find the right person I think I would probably adopt on my own, because I think I would be a great dad,” he reveals in the latest issue of the entertainment magazine, which is scheduled to hit newsstands on Friday.

Jonathan is currently 41. His twin brother, Drew, tied the knot with wife Linda Phan a year ago. From the looks of things, this did not put pressure on Jonathan, who has had a history with rocky relationships in the past.

The Canadian contractor was previously married to Kelsy Ully. The two reportedly tied the knot in 2007 and officially divorced in 2013. In 2015, he met Jacinta Kuznetsov and the two dated for years until they called it quits in March 2018.

Having been single for more than a year now, Jonathan said he is not eager to be in a relationship for the sake of having a relationship. However, he did admit that he is also yearning to have that special someone to come home to and someone to share his life with.

“I’m very blessed in a lot of ways. I can buy what I want and I can go anywhere in the world. But at the end of the day, coming home to that one person that you know has your back, there’s no better feeling,” the HGTV star, who has a net worth of $10 million, said.

As for what he is looking for in a partner, Jonathan let out a plea saying, “Where are all the sexy, cool, courageous women? Show yourself.”

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Pictured: Jonathan Scott unwrapped the first ever mobile holiday window featuring the Jaguar E-PACE SUV in a quintessential holiday scene staged in New York on Dec. 11, 2018. Getty Images/Craig Barritt