Kimberley Walsh believes her friend Cheryl Fernandez-Versini will start thinking about starting a family with her husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini soon after watching her former Girls Aloud bandmate bond with her own son Bobby Jay.
The 33-year-old star and her fiancé Justin Scott have 10-moth-old Bobby Jay together and Kimberley has revealed her former Girls Aloud bandmates Cheryl and Nicola are regular visitors to her home and dote on the tot.
And after watching Cheryl bond with Bobby Jay, Kimberley is predicting 'The X Factor' star will want to have her own baby with her husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in the near future.
In an interview with the Daily Mirror newspaper, Kimberley said: ''Cheryl and Nicola have been really amazing at coming over a lot since Bobby's birth and helping me out. Cheryl lives nearby and it's great that she can chill at mine and proper quality time with Bobby and lots of cuddles.
''(I think) Cheryl feels how I felt with my young nephews for a long while; it was great to be with them, love them and spoil them and leave. Then eventually you're ready to have one of your own.''
Kimberley and Justin are currently busy planning their wedding and once they have tied the knot she wants to expand her family and provide Bobby Jay with some younger siblings.
She said: ''I'm not quite ready yet , but in the not too distant future we'd like to have a couple of brothers or sisters, if it works out. Justin adores Bobby and is a very hands-on dad, so we share the work and are a good team ... I absolutely love being a mum. Every day I fall more in love with him. I love looking after somebody else. It's about being selfless and putting Bobby first and doing what's best for him. I was totally ready for that.''
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