Kimberley Walsh isn't ''ready'' for another baby yet.
The former Girls Aloud singer - who has five-month-old Bobby Jay with fiancé Justin Scott - has insisted she is in no ''rush'' to add to her family just yet.
She told OK! magazine: ''I'm not ready for another one just yet.
''I want to make sure that I've got plenty of time to enjoy him and give him everything he needs. There's no rush.''
It has been a great few months for the 33-year-old singer, who recently got engaged to her long-term boyfriend.
Meanwhile, Kimberley previously admitted she was feeling a bit ''shell-shocked'' after the birth of Bobby.
She gushed: ''Bobby and I are both doing well and Justin and I are totally in love with him - I can't stop staring at him!
''Like most new mums, I feel a bit shell-shocked, but Justin's being an amazing support and fortunately feeding is going well so far...
''I sometimes just look at Bobby and I'm overcome with emotion as I just love him so much - I'm so happy with my family - my two boys.''
And Kimberley won't be short of a babysitter if she wants to go out with Justin as her bandmate Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has offered to look after the little one.
She said: ''[Cheryl] loves him! I think it was a bit overwhelming for her and she cried when she saw him,'' the new mum explains.
''She's offered to babysit for us already.''
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