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But the bohemian singer is not a fan of marriage - and she's adamant that even if she agrees to wed, she'll shun a religious ceremony in favour of a spiritual union.

Stone tells Britain's You magazine, "Motherhood? Yes, I'd love to be a mum. But I don't want a wedding! Or if I do marry, it'll be ten years in, after I've had the kids. And it'll be a spiritual marriage only. I can picture a lovely ceremony but there's no way I'll sign a piece of paper on the day."