Danielle Lloyd discusses plans to use gender selection to have a baby girl

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  • After welcoming her fourth son Ronnie just this month, Danielle Lloyd has said that she thinks she will use gender selection for her fifth baby.

    The mum-of-four has been very open about wanting a baby girl and has now revealed that she will consider using gender selection in order to have a daughter.

    Speaking to OK! Magazine, Danielle explained that she would love to have more children in the future and a little girl would complete her family.

    Earlier this year she could hardly hide her surprise at finding out she was having another boy during a live gender reveal on Loose Women.

    As she introduced her fourth child, Danielle addressed that reports that she would use gender selection with her next pregnancy, saying: ‘I think so. I’ve always dreamt of having a little girl.

    ‘If we did have another one I’d like it quite soon. I wouldn’t want to be pregnant at 40 and it’s nice for the kids to be close in age.’

    The process of gender selection involves implanting embryos of the desired gender back into the mother’s uterus.

    The 33-year-old revealed that she has already thought about having another baby just moments after giving birth to Ronnie, her only son with fianc√© Michael O’Neill.

    ‘When you’re in labour,’ said the mum, ‘you think “never again” but just a few days later you’re thinking about having more!’

    She continued: ‘Having Ronnie has made me and Michael more of a unit, more complete as a family, and I think another baby, a little girl especially, would only cement that more.’

    The former Miss GB welcomed her fourth child, Ronnie on September 13th this year.

    Talking about her choice of baby name, Danielle said: ‘While I was pregnant it was a toss up between Ronnie and Leo, but we asked the boys and they all preferred Ronnie, so that’s what we went with.

    ‘It suited him perfectly when he was born. It’s also my late granddad’s name, which makes it extra special.’