The celebs were out in force on 1st March to celebrate the announcement of Tesco’s Mum of the Year 2015, and whilst we loved seeing all of their beautiful dresses, we loved hearing them talk about motherhood even more!
Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh shared a little piece of gossip with OK! Magazine, revealing that she’s not thinking about having a second child anytime soon.
Kimberley, who gave birth to son Bobby last September, said there’s no second baby on the horizon yet
‘I’m not ready for another one just yet,’ she said. ‘I want to make sure that I’ve got plenty of time to enjoy him and give him everything he needs. There’s no rush.’
Meanwhile, all eyes were on glowing radio presenter Fearne Cotton, who evidently is ready for another baby, as she confirmed her second pregnancy last week.
Fearne, mum to two-year-old Rex, explained why she loved the event, telling reporters: ‘The whole awards attracted me because now that I’m a mum I understand how time-consuming, overwhelming and amazing being a mum can be.’
Host Zoë Ball also credited motherhood with sparking her particular interest in the awards.
Speaking when she was announced as host in February, Zoë said, ‘Being a mum is the best job I’ve ever had, our kids are everything to us. I know how much love, strength and patience it takes to be the best mum you can be.’
‘I’m super chuffed & quite honoured to be part of the celebrations of some truly extraordinary mums who have given so much time and love to so many and have inspired us all.’
Being around all of these mums seemed to have an effect on Kimberley Walsh’s bandmate Sarah Harding, 33, who said her ‘biological clock is ticking’.
‘While I’m not ready right now, I do want to be a mum one day,’ she confirmed.
Sara Cox, Lorraine Kelly and Michelle Heaton were amongst the other celebs who turned out to support the event, each looking equally glam…
…whilst Esther Rantzen, who took home the coveted title of Celebrity Mum of the Year, expressed her joy at winning the big award of the night.
‘I love the fact that although I am a besotted grandmother, Tesco also recognises that I am a devoted mother, too,’ she said.