Emma Bunton reveals fertility fears: ‘It broke my heart – and I was so frightened’

Emma Bunton has opened up about the fertility scare which left her terrified she’d never be able to have children

Emma Bunton reveals fertility fears: 'It broke my heart - and I was so frightened'

by Kayleigh Dray |
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Speaking with Rochelle Humes as part of the new AOL Original series, Being Mum, Emma Bunton revealed that, when she was just 25-years-old, she was told she might not be able to have children.

The 39-year-old explained: "It broke my heart, it literally broke my heart and I was frightened.”

Emma revealed that she and her fiancé, Jade Jones, tried for a baby for over a year before she was able to fall pregnant.

She was “absolutely ecstatic” when she found out that she was expecting for the first time, describing it as “the best feeling in the world”. The couple have since welcomed two little boys.

And the former Spice Girl has admitted she’s still feeling “very broody”.

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She said: “Jade and I were talking just before I came to see you (Rochelle) and I think I would love to have another baby, but I really don’t mind what sex.

“Obviously three boys would be amazing. A little girl would be a change and I think I’d feel like I was starting all over again.”

Speaking about her sons Beau, 7, and Tate, 4, she emotionally added: “I’m just so in love with both of them.

“They’re just the best.”

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She finished: “I’ve been so lucky… being a mother is the best thing I’ve ever done. Ever.”

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