Kimberley Walsh - who is pregnant with her first child with Justin Scott - believes she's left it a ''little late'' for a ''big family'' but is delighted she's in a position where she can ''dedicate'' her life to her baby.
Kimberley Walsh believes it's ''a little late'' for a ''big family''.
The 32-year-old star - who was catapulted to the spotlight as part of Girls Aloud - is expecting her first child with partner Justin Scott and insists women ''struggle with having it all'' since they want to build a career but at the same time their biological clock is ticking and ''the years fly by''.
According to the Mail Online, she said: ''I would like a big family but I am realistic and I'm aware at 32 I have left it a little late.
''So I'm realistic about how many I can have, but I would like to have more than one.
''I think women today do struggle with the having it all element. For me there was nothing stopping me but I wanted to have it all and take the opportunities that I had with my career and create a really secure family unit, a home.
''I can relax and it's set up and no financial pressure. It's a tricky one because we want to indulgent in all these massive opportunities which come your way and soak it all up and I think the years fly by and then you are suddenly in your thirties.''
Kimberley is thrilled to be in a position where she's had great success and achieved many of her goals and believes she can now ''dedicate'' her life to the little one.
She added: ''But now I'm in a position where I have indulged everything I could ever what to do, from singing to musical theatre to presenting and modelling - 'Strictly [Come Dancing]'.
''I've travelled. I'm in a good mental state, I'm completely fine about being selfless for the first time ever and I can now dedicate my life to a baby.
''That world- which is a world away from where I came from - will hopefully be passed on to my kids, and that's the benefit of it. I'm lucky to feel like that by my age.''
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