Gary Lucy stops his kids from seeing his racy TV scenes.
The 37-year-old actor - who has children India, 13, Elvis, seven, and Sadie, three, with his wife Natasha Gray - goes out of his way to make sure his children can't see his saucy scenes on "Hollyoaks" and "EastEnders", but knows this may change as they get older.
In a guest column for Now magazine, he revealed: "My kids have seen me on "Hollyoaks" and "EastEnders" but they've never seen any of my saucy scenes. I make sure they don't, but who knows when they get older!
"My eldest kids have watched me in "The Full Monty" and they loved it, although my 13-year-old was mortified that Daddy gets his bits and pieces out at the end.
"She's used to me acting, but not so used to me being plastered everywhere on the advertising boards with my kit off!
"To be honest, I should probably make the most of being paid to get my kit off, because at some point they'll probably pay me to keep it on!"
The heartthrob is currently touring in "The Full Monty" stage play alongside Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Joe Gill, Kai Owen and James Redmond.
The former soap star also revealed that he "keeps an eye" on his children using social media because he wants to "protect" them.
He added: "As a parent, my job is to protect my children, and as they grow up you do have to take a step back and let them spread their wings.
"However, I think you have to keep an eye on social media. Now my daughter India is 13, she can go on things like Instagram and there's not a lot I can do about it apart from teach her to dos and don'ts of the internet to try and keep her safe.
"I suppose the most important thing is making sure she knows she can talk to her dad about everything."