NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (UPI) -- U.S. television host Carson Daly said his "life is not television" and that he's a "family man first and foremost."
The 40-year-old "The Voice" and "Last Call" host told People magazine he enjoys spending family time with wife Siri Pinter and their two children, 4-year-old James and 16-month-old Etta Jones.
"After this many years, I know who I am. My life is not television," Daly said. "I'm a family man first and foremost. Everything I do in this business, it all pays off when I come home."
"Our family time is like happy hour," he added. "Siri and Etta are cooking and I'm making kiddie cocktails with Jack -- that's our thing."
Daly said he met his food blogger wife when she worked as a writer's assistant on his late-night show, "Last Call."
"She would walk into our meetings and I would look at the other dudes in the room, like, 'Do you see what I see?' It was undeniable," he said.
Daly proposed to Pinter last June but said they aren't in a hurry to tie the knot.
"Our lives have been crazy," he explains. "We'll get married when we have time. The husband and wife thing is just the bow around something. Our end game is we want to be together forever."