Seann Walsh and girlfriend waiting to find out sex of first child
Seann Walsh and his girlfriend Grace Adderley have decided not to find out the sex of their child until they are born.
The comedian - who has just completed a stint on 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' - has admitted he can "only picture" the couple having a son but insisted he'll be happy with a girl or a boy.
Speaking to HELLO! magazine, he said: "We've decided not to find out if we're having a girl or a boy until the big day, and I don’t have a preference, but for some reason I can only picture a boy."
The pair's little bundle is due in February.
Meanwhile, the British funnyman also revealed it was Grace who persuaded him to sign up for 'I'm a Celeb...', as he was "so petrified" to do reality TV again after his infamous 'Strictly' snogging scandal.
He told the publication: "Grace said to me, 'This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance'. The adventure itself will make it worthwhile – and she was absolutely right.
He added: "I was so petrified of getting backlash. I'd had such a bad experience with all the things that were said about me last time [I did a reality show], the idea of that happening again was terrifying."
Sean, 36, and professional dance partner Katya Jones, 33, controversially got snapped sharing a kiss despite being in relationships in 2018.
He was subsequently dumped by his then-girlfriend Rebecca Humphries, and the bad experience led to him having panic attacks.
Seann recalled previously recalled having to "lie down in the street" after suffering a massive attack.
He said last year: "From that point on, my life changed forever. The panic attacks came back – big panic attacks and I ended up having what I later found out were Vertigo Seizures.
"I had one the other day, I just lied down – I had to lie down in the street, it’s quite humiliating. It’s London so nobody gives a s***. I have to relive what happened.
"Still, I can be OK then suddenly the memories of it all come back. It defeats me and beats me until the plates start spinning and I lose balance, fall and start screaming. I still get them."
Seann admits the kissing incident "destroyed his dreams".
Speaking on the 'Take Flight' podcast, he added: "A kiss and a statement destroyed my dreams and who I was. What I could have been, what my life could have been, what I could have made myself was gone."
The comedian previously admitted he has had to "do a lot of growing up" over the past few years.
He explained: "You have to learn to like yourself. As a comedian you are going out there and you are looking for the love of strangers.
"I went on 'Strictly Come Dancing' and instead of the love of strangers I got the hate of strangers.
"And so you come out of that thinking, 'I can't be looking for the love of strangers any more.' I have to just like myself.
"I still want to make millions of people laugh, but there has to be a separation. I have to accept what I did wrong, understand that, but also forgive myself.
"There is pre-'Strictly' me and there is post-'Strictly' me, they are closely related, but I had to change."