Two-time Olympian Johnny Weir, who recently married Atlanta-area lawyer Victor Voronov, is talking children and converting to Judaism.

Weir, who recently returned to competitive figure skating, and 28-year-old Voronov capped off 2011 by tying the knot in a civil ceremony at the New York City Courthouse. Weir has said he hopes that his wedding – no date set – will include a performance by Lady Gaga.

In a Philadelphia NBC affiliate News 10 profile, Weir and Voronov discussed their marriage and future plans.

Voronov told the outlet that he and Weir “complement each other. In ways that most relationships do.”

“I'm a very traditional person, despite what I seem like to people,” Weir said. “Ultimately, I want a family. I want a daughter or a son. And to give him or her everything that Victor and I have as a unit and also our personal strengths.”

“Raising a child, he or she would need the same religion that Victor and I both share. So, Judaism is important to his family and to him. Why wouldn't I convert? I'm not an overly religious person. I'm more spiritual, which in itself goes a bit more with Judaism than anything else.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)