Jools Oliver has opened up about her miscarriage heartbreak as well as plans for baby number six
The mother-of-five has opened up about her struggles to conceive in the past, admitting that she has suffered fertility problems, though has never touched upon her miscarriage.
"I had a miscarriage at three months, which makes you so worried once you are pregnant again – it makes it impossible to enjoy the early stages of pregnancy," she told the Daily Mail's Sebastian Shakespeare.
But that doesn't seem to have put the 42-year-old off of trying for a sixth as she confessed that she'll "never draw the line" when it comes to expanding the brood she shares with famed TV chef Jamie.
Jools admitted her miscarriage stopped her enjoying the first stage of her pregnancy
I had a miscarriage at three months, which makes you so worried once you are pregnant again.
She continued: "[River]'s six months now, so we're past the really difficult sleepless first few months. He's such a joy.
"I'm getting older, but I'd definitely do it again if I could. I think Jamie's finished, but you just never know!"
Jools' fertility woes began at the tender age of 17, when she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Before falling pregnant with her first child Poppy Honey, 14, she had to undergo an intense hormone treatment.
Jools and Jamie welcomed son River last year
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Jools confessed she'll 'never draw the line' when it comes to having more children
Despite her reservations, Jools still managed to fall pregnant naturally with her younger children.
Jamie, 41, admitted that his wife had refused to let him have a vasectomy before he became a father again last year, when the couple welcomed River.
The long-term spouses are also the parents of Daisy Boo, 13, Petal Blossom, seven, and Buddy Bear, six.