Rochelle Humes opens up about feeling broody

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  • Mum-of-two Rochelle Humes has opened up about wanting more children with her husband Marvin.

    Singer Rochelle is stepping in for Christine Lampard to present Lorraine Kelly’s morning chat show as prepares to welcome her first child with husband Frank.

    And, with the prospect of Christine’s baby coming any day now, it’s made Rochelle think about adding more children to her own brood.

    Christine has been covering Lorraine who is still enjoying her summer holiday break.

    Rochelle will be presenting the show from Monday 27 August until the 31 August and Lorraine will return on the 3 September.

    When asked what advice she would give Christine before she welcomes her first child, Rochelle told ITV’s Lorraine show: ‘Sleep when the baby sleeps, first of all. You use that time up as it’s a time to get stuff done.

    ‘They nap and you think, ‘I can do so much’. You run around, start some dinner and stuff, but really it’s important to rest as much as you can. Take an hour or so and veg out and watch telly and relax.’

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    Rochelle with Alaia-Mai 

    Talking about whether it made her broody, the mum-of-two admitted: ‘I am one of those people who will be forever broody – always. I have still got a young one, she’s only one and a half.’

    Rochelle is mum to five-year-old Alaia-Mai and one-and-a-half-year-old Valentina. Although she loves to share moments from her family life on social media, Rochelle is always careful to not share her children’s faces in order to protect their privacy.

    The singer certainly didn’t rule out the idea of giving Alaia and Valentina another sibling but it might not be as soon as we hoped.

    She explained: ‘A baby will always make me broody but it’s whether it makes me broody enough! We can man mark quite well at the moment, a child per parent.

    ‘You get used to two, at first you don’t think you can go up from one to two children. But I had quite a gap – four years – between my two. So it was quite nice as I had a little helper in Alaia.

    ‘I couldn’t have had another one any sooner, I was still getting my head round it and I still had baby brain! But, I guess never say never [about another baby].’

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