Kimberley Walsh's young nephew wants her to name her baby Woody after his favourite 'Toy Story' character.
Kimberley Walsh's nephew wants her to name her baby after his favourite cartoon character.
The former Girls Aloud singer is five months pregnant with her and Justin Scott's first child, and her whole family are excited about the new arrival, including two-year-old Billie.
Kimberley said: ''I went for a family picnic with my brother Adam, sisters Sally and Amy and Sally's children, Billie and Alfie. We had such a lovely day.
''Billie's so cute. I have no idea why but he calls me Momo and he's fully aware I'm pregnant now. He came up to me while I was eating and kissed the bump.
''I asked him if he wanted me to have a boy or a girl and he said, without hesitation, a boy. And he wants me to call him Woody, after 'Toy Story'.''
The 'Promise' hitmaker has been busy decorating her baby's bedroom but can't complete the finishing touches yet as she and Justin don't know the gender of the tot.
She explained in her column for Britain's OK! magazine: ''We've finished painting the nursery, although Justin wouldn't let me near a ladder.
''We went for duck egg blue, so if it's a girl we can add pink to the room and if it's a boy we'll add darker blue furnishings.
''I can now start doing all the fun things like ordering the cot and the curtains. It's very exciting.''
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