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Emma Bunton has admitted that she would love to expand her family with Jade Jones.
The former Spice Girls star, 45, already share sons Beau, 13, and Tate, 10, with Jade, 42, but the singer has been thinking about having more children despite her fertility issues.
It comes as the much-loved star recently shared that she is living with perimenopause symptoms and endometriosis.
During an appearance on ITV's Lorraine on Wednesday, Emma admitted that feeling broodier than ever and she would be delighted to fall pregnant with another child.
“I think we are at the stage where we are very much like, if it happens it would be amazing,” the Spice Up Your Life hitmaker explained.
“But we're always broody, both of us,” she added.
Emma Bunton has admitted that she would love to expand her family with Jade Jones
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While Emma is hopeful about expanding her family, the singer recently shared her concern that it may be too late for her to conceive naturally due to her perimenopausal diagnosis.
Lifting the lid on symptoms of perimenopause, which is the body's transition towards menopause, Emma admitted that she felt anxious all the time.
“I started to feel unbalanced and anxious,” she described.
Emma shares sons Beau, 13, and Tate, 10, with Jade
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“At first I put it down to the pandemic, but then the anxiety became more regular, until it was daily.”
Emma was also diagnosed with endometriosis when she was in her twenties.
The condition occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the womb begins to grow in other areas including the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Many women, including Emma, find it incredibly difficult to conceive with the condition.
Emma was also diagnosed with endometriosis when she was in her twenties
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During the chat on Loose Women, Emma opened up about her two pregnancies after being diagnosed with endometriosis.
“With both my children, it wasn't easy falling pregnant, so we'll just see how it goes.”
Going forward, Emma admitted that she’s prepared for either outcome when it comes to expanding her family or not.
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