Zayn 'to get hitched next year' - or so his mam says

Zayn 'to get hitched next year' - or so his mam says
Zayn Malik

Zayn Malik's mother says he is planning to get married by the end of 2014.

The One Direction heart throb is engaged to Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards after proposing in August and his mum Trisha has revealed they are looking to tie the knot next year.

She told the BBC: "Perrie is a lovely girl and I get on really well with her.

"They're thinking of the end of next year, although no date has yet been set yet."

Even if the couple haven't finalised wedding plans, Trisha is already thinking about their future family, and she admitted she hopes they live nearer if they ever have children.

She added: "If they have children I wouldn't like to be so far away from them. I would really like to still be part of their lives."

The family will be getting together for Christmas, and Zayn's mother is looking forward to seeing Perrie and her mum.

She said: "I will cook the dinner. Perrie and her mother will be there and we'll open presents, play games and stuff our faces."

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