‘This pregnancy has been horrible’ Rochelle Humes opens up about preparing for second child

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  • Rochelle Humes has revealed that she’s suffering with the end of her second pregnancy, admitting that she’s ‘over it now’.

    The Saturdays star has opened up about her ‘horrible’ second pregnancy, saying that she feels much worse compared to her first time around.

    Speaking to OK! magazine, Rochelle explained that one of the worst pregnancy symptoms she is suffering with is fatigue and difficulty sleeping.

    ‘I’m tired and I’m really uncomfortable in the night, and I don’t remember feeling this bad at the end last time.’

    The 27-year-old mum admitted that although she felt okay throughout her first two trimesters, it’s now that she’s coming to the end of the nine months that she’s in the most discomfort.

    ‘I’ve felt really fine the whole way through, but the end of this pregnancy has been horrible. I’m a bit over it now.

    ‘My body’s let me do everything I’ve needed to do throughout this pregnancy and now it just needs to feel a bit bad for a while!’

    The singer already shares a child with her singer and presenter husband Marvin.

    The celebrity couple welcomed their daughter Alaia-Mai in 2013 but have said that they will stop trying for children after their second baby, which is due this month.

    When asked about finding out the sex of their bundle of joy, Rochelle admitted that she’s looking forward to the surprise, especially as it will be her last opportunity to do so.

    She said, ‘Just because I’ve always said that we’ll probably have two kids, so this’ll be the last time we’ll have a little one and we didn’t have the surprise last time.

    ‘I was made up that I had a girl; If I had a boy last time I’d probably want to find out because I’d be desperate to have a girl by now, like every woman.

    ‘We thought, we have our little girl, let’s not find out as it’s the only time we’ll ever have this surprise. And I have to say, it has been so fun with everyone playing the guessing game the whole time.’