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Kimberley Walsh 'looking forward' to baby number 2

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Kimberley Walsh has revealed she "loved" being pregnant and is already looking forward to having another baby. The former Girls Aloud singer, who welcomed son Bobby with her fiancé Justin Scott in September, talked to Tess Daly about expanding her family in the latest episode of AOL series Being Mum.

"I loved it," Kimberley said of her first pregnancy, adding: "I'm quite looking forward to doing it again."

However although Kimberley enjoyed her pregnancy, she admitted that Bobby's birth on 4 September didn't all go to plan.

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Kimberley Walsh says she'd love another child

"The birth didn't go quite as well as the pregnancy. All the way through I had a textbook pregnancy, then he decided to turn face up at the last minute," she explained.

The 33-year-old also spoke openly about how it felt to bring Bobby home for the first time, telling Tess: "You can't get your head around the first two weeks when it's literally you and them and every minute of every day is just living to keep them alive. I wasn't going to try and keep up appearances."


Kimberley spoke to Tess Daly on AOL's Being Mum

Kimberley clearly dotes on her son and often shares photos with her fans on social media, including one to mark his 11-month birthday on 4 August.

"My little munchkin is 11 months old today I can't believe it," she captioned the image of Bobby smiling sweetly.

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The proud mum had more than one reason to celebrate following Bobby's birth – as her boyfriend Justin proposed to her in the hospital just moments after he was born.

"I'd just handed Bobby to Justin, so he had our gorgeous newborn son in one arm and I remember Bobby had his eyes open," she told HELLO! "Bobby didn't take his gaze off me as Justin slipped his other hand into his pocket and suddenly the pair of them were sinking towards the floor.

"I said, 'What are you doing?' Then Justin pulled out this gorgeous ring."

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