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Christine Bleakley has said it'd be wonderful to have a baby with husband Frank Lampard
The Irish presenter admitted that the former footballer has "always been" broody and that his two daughters from a previous relationships are also keen for the family to expand.
Speaking to the latest issue of New! magazine, the 37-year-old opened up about her future with Frank and her relationship with her step children, Luna, 11, and nine-year-old Isla.
When asked if she would like a baby, Christine commented: "I love children. If we were lucky enough it would be wonderful."
Addressing whether the girls would like a sibling, the brunette beauty continued: "They love a full house, so they would adore it.
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I love children. If we were lucky enough it would be wonderful.
"They would have the house filled with babies, dogs and cats if they had half the chance. They keep our hands full."
Christine went on to reveal what Frank, 38, was like with his offspring, following his split from their mother and former fiancée, Elen Rivas.
Asked if he was broody, she said: "He's always been. He's a brilliant dad, hands-on with the school runs and homework. I've seen it and he's proved he's amazing. I've done a trial run and he's passed the test."
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She also told the publication: "Oh yes. The eldest wants me to take her shopping at the weekend, but she doesn't want her younger sister coming.
"She's at the stage where she appreciates clothes. She's started a big school and I can see her growing up already."
The full interview can be seen in the latest issue of New! magazine, which is out now.