Washington, July 22(ANI): British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that his new job may keep him away from nappy-changing duties when his new baby is born.
Cameron's wife Samantha is expected to give birth in September.
When asked about it on the last day of his US trip, Cameron said: "There'll be the usual family row about who does what. I'll try and be a good hands-on dad but Sam and I have talked about it and she said: 'I expect you to be a bit less hands-on this time around.'
"The good thing is we live above Number 10, so it is possible. I've always said it must be possible to be a good Prime Minister, a good father and a good husband, but the arrival of a new one is going to test out that theory," The Daily Express quoted Cameron, as saying.
About his wife, Cameron said that she was enjoying her new life as being a Prime Minister's spouse and combining it with part-time work for upmarket stationers Smythson.
"She enjoys getting out of Downing Street and being involved in work. What she's most protective of is, are we going to get a decent holiday and have some time together with the children?" he added. (ANI)