Natasha Hamilton reveals new baby plans: ‘Ritchie and I want more kids’

Natasha and Ritchie welcomed baby daughter Ella just six weeks ago, but they're already planning baby number two!

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by Kayleigh Dray |
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Mum-of-four Natasha Hamilton has three little boys, Josh, 12, Harry, 9 and Alfie, 4, from previous relationships.

And, just six weeks ago, she and Five's Ritchie Neville welcomed their first child together - a baby girl, whom they have named Ella Rose.

But the Atomic Kitten star is keen to expand her brood.

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Speaking in a new interview, she explained: "I can definitely see us having more in the future.

"At the moment I'm just basking in the glory of baby Ella and enjoying every minute of her now… we just want to enjoy giving her and the boys all our attention before we expand.

"We're going to have to save up for a mini bus!"

It definitely sounds that way, doesn't it?

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Natasha Hamilton and baby Ella Rose
Natasha Hamilton and baby Ella Rose

Despite being surrounded by boys until the arrival of little Ella, however, Natasha doesn't mind whether her and Ritchie's next child is a pink or a blue one.

The 32-year-old explained: "As long as the baby's healthy I don't mind. I was expecting a boy with Ella so she was a nice surprise."

Natasha recently opened up about her decision to eat her baby's placenta, revealing that she had it made into capsules following Ella's birth.

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She said: “If it was me chopping up my placenta and eating it, I would be violently ill. But I had it made into pills, it cost me £175 and it's best money I ever spent.

“I have been feeling fantastic and breast feeding has never been easier so whether it's all just in my head or not I think it's working.”

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