Danielle Lloyd stepped out on Wednesday for her first outing since revealing she was expecting her fifth child.
The CBB star, 37, is already a mother to four sons Archie, 10, Harry, nine, and George, seven, whom she shares with ex-husband Jamie O’Hara, and Ronnie, three. , with electrician Michael O’Neill. , whom she married in April 2019.
She stepped out in a tight black top with a loose bomber jacket over the top, as she showed the first clues of her bump.
Blooming: Danielle Lloyd went out on Wednesday for her first outing since revealing she was expecting her fifth child
Danielle, who has been extremely candid about her desire to have a daughter and has even debated sex selection, told Closer: “I can’t wait to become a family of seven. I know there’s a risk it’s another boy though …
“But, of course, the main thing I want is for the baby to be healthy. And if it’s not a girl, we’ll try again right after!
She said: “We were both just above the moon. Please let it be a girl! Michael is really hoping for a girl and the boys are also desperate – they are convinced that she is a little sister.
Last year, the former glamor model revealed that she had suspended plans to use a controversial sex selection treatment after being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.
Baby news: The CBB star, 37, is already a mother to four sons Archie, 10, Harry, nine, and George, seven, whom she shares with ex-husband Jamie O’Hara, and Ronnie , three years old, with Michael O Neill, whom she married in April 2019
Sleek: She displayed a slight hint of bump on her way out
She admitted that she “couldn’t think of having a baby right now” but that she “would love a baby girl” during an appearance on Loose Women.
In the interview, she shared that she put her elder Archie in therapy after she began to suffer from anxiety following her divorce from her ex-husband Jamie.
Danielle tragically miscarried in 2019.
Going out: she clung to the number of Closer which featured her pregnancy announcement
The media personality said she will have to delay her hopes of having a daughter as she prepares to have an operation to treat her conditions, which may affect a woman’s fertility.
She said, “I just found out I have PCOS and endometriosis so I need to have surgery for that so I can’t think of having another baby right now anyway.
“I’m in two minds, I just had a puppy that’s a little girl, so it’s my baby right now.” I would love a little girl, but four boys is a lot.
Bump nicely: she was wearing a tight tank top and leggings
WHAT IS POLYCYSTIC OVA SYNDROME?
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition that affects the way a woman’s ovaries work.
The three main characteristics of PCOS are:
- Irregular periods – meaning that the ovaries do not regularly release eggs (ovulation). It can affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant.
- Excess Androgens – High levels of “male hormones” in the body, which can cause physical signs such as excess hair on the face or body.
- Polycystic ovaries – the ovaries become enlarged and contain many fluid-filled sacs (follicles) that surround the eggs (it’s important to note that despite the name, if you have PCOS you don’t have cysts).
Source: NHS Choice
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus – the endometrium – grows outside the uterus, while PCOS is a common condition that affects the functioning of the ovaries. a woman’s.
In August 2019, Danielle revealed that her sons were also keen on having a baby sister and said she had visited Dubai’s sex selection clinic, the Fakih IVF Center.
This practice has been condemned by the World Health Organization (WHO) and is illegal in Britain.
The WHO says that sex selection raises “serious moral, legal and social problems” and can lead to the devaluation of women and a gender imbalance.
Danielle has learned that the treatment is accurate in 99% of the cases where a baby is successfully born and has also started investigating the possibility of arranging for a girl in northern Cyprus, another state where it is legal.
After further questioning, however, TV star and electrician Michael had previously focused on America, where they believed comprehensive guarantees would be stronger.
Once there, a number of her eggs would be harvested and fertilized, and then one or two of the resulting female embryos would be reimplanted into the mother’s uterus. The rest will be stored for future use.
Elsewhere in the discussion, the CBB star revealed that she sought help for her son Archie, who was struggling to ‘open up’ to his mother after his split from his father, footballer Jamie.
The queen of the 2004 Miss England pageant divorced the sportsman in 2014, just two years after getting married when it emerged he had cheated on her.
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