Louise Redknapp reveals her worries about fertility: 'To have another baby would be amazing'

Louise Redknapp has opened up about her desire to have more children in the future.

The 41-year-old, who is currently starring in Strictly Come Dancing, has spoken previously about how her battle with endometriosis and trouble conceiving with footballer husband Jamie.

When quizzed  about the possibility of expanding her brood, the former pop star told MailOnline: "It's definitely something that we've spoken about and we'll see what the future brings. I couldn't sit here and say, 'I would absolutely love to have another child' or 'I'm going to have another child' because I don't know if that would ever happen."



Louise Redknapp has opened up about her desire to have more children

Louise, who found fame as a member of nineties girl group Eternal before embarking upon a solo career, has been married to Jamie for 18 years after meeting at the age of 19.

The couple welcomed their first son Charley in 2004, before Louise gave birth to their second son, Beau, four years later.

"If it doesn't happen then I'm more than happy with my two boys and I couldn't have even dreamed of having them - 13 or 14 years ago I never thought that would be possible," the TV presenter added. "To have two boys now is incredible, to have another one of course would be amazing."

She concluded: "I am really lucky - you can have a great day at work, no matter what you achieve but when I come home and I'm mum and I'm just Jamie's wife, there's nothing like it."


The TV presenter has been married to football star Jamie for 18 years

Meanwhile, Louise is currently putting all her time, energy and focus into Strictly as she competes alongside dancing partner Kevin Clifton.

Speaking recently to HELLO! Online, the star revealed her fears about the incredible amount of talent on this year's series.

"They all have something huge to give," she said. "I'm a bit gutted at how good they all are! There's definitely a lot of talent. Everyone seems to be taking it in their stride. No one seems to be hungrier for it than anyone else.

"But do you know what, I'm not an overly competitive person with other people. I do feel that I would love to do myself proud in this. I want to do okay and do my best."

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