Sam Asghari wants his wedding to Britney Spears to be the "biggest in the world."
The 27-year-old actor got engaged to the 39-year-old singer in September after five years together, and now she is free of her conservatorship, they are ready to plan their nuptials and although he is keen for a huge celebration, he admitted the final say won't be his.
He said: "It's up to her. She's wearing the pants now.
"I want the biggest wedding in the world, but I don't wear the pants."
It comes after the '...Baby One More Time' hitmaker was freed from the conservatorship she was placed under in 2007, meaning she now has control over her assets.
Sam also revealed how the couple are now enjoying Britney's newfound freedom together.
He told 'Entertainment Tonight': "She's doing great, I'm great, this is the happiest time of our lives. We're just enjoying it...
"From here on out, it's amazing. It's heaven."
Sam's admissions about the wedding come just days after Britney divulged about how she was thinking about having another baby.
The 'Toxic' singer is already mother to Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, whom she has from her previous marriage to Kevin Federline, 43.
Alongside a photo of a baby's tiny feet, Britney wrote on Instagram: "I’m thinking about having another baby!!! I wonder if this one is a girl ... She’s on her toes reaching for something … that’s for sure (sic)"
Sam jokingly responded: "I hope she has great calves like that! That genetic wouldn’t be coming from me [laughing emoji] #chickenleg (sic)"
Prior to that, Britney admitted she wants to get married and have a baby and opened up about restrictions set by her conservatorship had prevented her from doing so.
She said: "I was told right now, in the conservatorship, I’m not able to get married or have a baby. I have an IUD [intrauterine device] inside of myself right now so I don’t get pregnant. I wanted to take the IUD out, so I can start trying to have a baby. But this so-called team won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out, because they don’t want me to have children, any more children."