Ex-This Morning star Dr Ranj has opened up about his love life and his thoughts on marrying again in the future.

The kind-natured TV doctor has admitted that he finds dating apps "depressing" but is definitely open to finding 'the one' in the future.

He exclusively told us: "I decided I'm going to give up on depressing dating apps and give them a rest.

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"I like the good old-fashioned way of meeting someone face-to-face coincidentally when you're out and taking it from there.

"I'm not sure the dating app method is for me to be honest, I like to get an idea of someone in person first. I'm a bit more old-fashioned that way, so there are no real developments [in his love life] to be honest."

But would he like to get married again?

The much-loved doctor replied: "Yeah, I've never said never I'd still like to. It all depends on finding the right person and even having a family, I'd still like to do something like that depending on where I am in life.

"I think having a family I wouldn't necessarily require a partner to do that. If I was at that stage in life then I would but I'm really lucky that I have a huge family with loads of nieces and nephews and godchildren

"There are plenty of young people in my life already I certainly don't feel like I'm missing out just yet.

"But never say never actually, I'm very much open to whatever the universe throws at me, I'll just take it one step at a time."

In his early 20’s Ranj met his ex-wife, a pharmacist called Sulvinder Samra, who he married in 2006.

Though Ranj came to realise his sexuality and ended their marriage five years later.

Ranj has since become an amazing advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has been a great spokesperson for issues surrounding inclusivity.

This comes as in partnership with the Agriculture and Horticulture Department Board (AHDB), Dr Ranj has been out on a morning milk round and is urging Brits to 'Wake up to B12'.

Recent stats show a quarter of adults are unaware of the nutritional benefits of B12 – which is found naturally occuring in dairy.

Dr Ranj Singh said: “While many households will be looking to eat healthily in the most cost-effective way possible this year, milk is a great option for those that consume it, as it is packed with important nutrients like B12 at an affordable price.

“This January I’d encourage families to ‘Wake Up to B12’ with a healthy breakfast made up of foods such as milk and other dairy products. Vitamin B12 can help to reduce tiredness and fatigue and can help your immune system to work normally.”

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