Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh announces she's pregnant with third child

Joe Anderton
·2-min read
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

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Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh has announced that she's expecting her third child.

Kimberley has two children, Bobby and Cole, with her husband Justin Scott already, and now she is already 15 weeks pregnant again.

Speaking to OK!, Kimberley said: "I'm of a certain age where it's a bit now or never. There was no way in my head that I felt like I was done. It's a bit more of a gang when it's three... I will always think I'll want another but in my head it feels right for it to be the last one...

"I feel more sick than I did with the boys but I think that's because I've got less distraction as we're not really doing anything. With the boys, I was working throughout [the pregnancies]."

Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

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Kimberley added that at the time of her interview, she hadn't told Nadine Coyle or Sarah Harding yet – saying she would prefer to share the news in person or in a phone call rather than by text.

"We were hoping we were all going to get together before Christmas with Sarah but with restrictions it's been so tricky," she explained.

"We have to accept there's going to be a few things like that thrown at us along the way," she said about the current worldwide situation. "If you have a baby in these times, it's not going to be straightforward.

"For the family, it's been a bit of light in the distance and something to look towards and get excited about, and plan for."

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Photo credit: Polydor/Fascination

The 'St Trinian's Chant' hitmaker also talked about how the Girls Aloud members are supporting Sarah, who opened up about having breast cancer earlier this year, stating that she's "doing well" and that the girls have been providing pictures and anecdotes for her recently-announced autobiography.

"It's such a tough time for her and I'm so proud of her," Kimberley added. "She knows we're all there, ready to help in any way we can."

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