The ex Atomic Kitten and mum to Josh, 7, and Harry, 5, reveals her plans to juggle career, two boys and a baby
On paper, having two boys, a career and being pregnant again all at the same time sounds quite manic but I have great support from my husband, Riad Erraji, and my parents are always on hand to help out and show support.
After I've put the boys to bed and sorted out what needs to be done for the following day, like packed lunches and uniforms, I love nothing more than to run a nice hot Radox bubble bath and light some candles while I have a long soak.
Just like any family with two small kids and one big kid, the boys are always up to mischief, playing pranks and wrestling. Riad takes the boys to football on Saturdays -they all love it and always come back exhausted.
I have no idea what life will be like but from experience, after the initial first manic few weeks, we will settle into a nice routine... hopefully.
This pregnancy has been similar to when I had Josh and I have been lucky with morning sickness. I do enjoy being pregnant but it's also nerve wracking at the same time.
I don't know the sex of the baby yet but I can't wait to find out in a couple of weeks' time. We're not fussed what sex it is, so long as it's healthy we'll be happy.
During all of my pregnancies I've worked up until the birth which has kept me healthy. My tips to other mums-to-be for losing the baby bulge would be not to stress about your weight and eat as healthily as you can. Taking the baby out in the pram for stroll is a good way to stay fit.
After I have the baby my main priority will be looking after it and not losing weight.
Yes, I'd like a water birth if possible but because I've had two previous emergency c-sections I don't know if it will be possible this time round... fingers crossed!
My school run style is very casual. I will grab something easy to put on like skinny jeans and a T-Shirt. Most of the time I have my UGG boots on which are cosy for the morning run.
It's changed me for the best. When you are a mum you find it hard to be selfish and I always put others first. That's why statistics show that in a woman's lifetime you only spend three years on yourself. So mums, it's time to take some time out for yourself!
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