Jennifer Aniston has made no qualms about the fact that she wants to be a mum. After recently hinting that she is thinking of undergoing artificial insemination to get pregnant, the actress is allegedly trying another plan.
The 41-year-old former Friends star is rumoured to be seeking advice from baby life coach Suzannah Galland in a bid to help her become a mum. Suzannah, whose clients reportedly include Naomi Campbell and Demi Moore, is said to be offering emotional support and tips on how to seek alternative routes to Jen.
“So many of my clients are walking around with a big hole in their hearts if they don’t have a family,” she told Grazia magazine. “Many of them think that because they can’t have a family the traditional way it won’t ever happen to them, they don’t consider other viable means, like adoption.”
Another celeb wanting to start a family soon, Lily Allen has spoken out about her desire to have babies with her beau Sam Cooper. Hitting back at suggestions that she’s too young to start a family, the 25-year-old Smile singer believes getting pregnant will make her more “grounded”.
Lily is currently taking a break from touring and releasing any music, as she wants to dedicate all her time to motherhood – when it comes along. “Kids take up your whole life, particularly in the first two or three years,” Lily told Elle magazine. “So it wouldn’t be very responsible of me to commit to doing a world tour if I had a baby. I don’t think I’m that young.”
Elsewhere, newly married Transformers actress Megan Fox is rumoured to be planning to start a family with her new hubby Brian Austin Green. The pair, who got hitched last week in secret, are allegedly keen on having babies now that they have made their relationship official. Megan, 24, is already step mum to Brian’s 10-year-old son Kassius.
“Megan loves family life and is delighted to finally have that wedding ring on her finger,” a source told Showbiz Spy. “She loves playing step mum to Kassius and says it would be a blessing if she could have a baby of her own.”