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Church wants her own 'rugby' team

Charlotte Church and Gavin Henson
Church and Henson have been together for three years

Pregnant singer Charlotte Church has revealed she wants more children with partner Gavin Henson so they can create their own "little rugby team".

Speaking on the Jonathan Ross show the 22-year-old said: "I want all my babies by the time Im 32 so then I can have everything done.

"We want to have our babies young and then Im going to get married and look fabulous for that."

The star announced she was expecting her second baby earlier this month.

'Nightmare'

Church, who named her first child Ruby, told Ross she wanted at least six children, whilst her rugby playing boyfriend, Henson wants eight.

I'm happy with the simple life, I feel so lucky for everything I have
Charlotte Church

"Ruby's a proper daddy's girl," she said.

"Gavin helps with everything. Even when I was breast-feeding in the night he'd get up to be supportive because I was knackered."

She also revealed how she enjoyed being pregnant the first time.

"I didn't drink at all, I love the whole pregnancy process. I thought I'm going to be a nightmare, but it was fine," she said.

The star, who begins filming for The Charlotte Church Show next month, said she will attempt to revive her singing career soon.

"I think I'll try and fit it in around the babies, I'm happy with the simple life, I feel so lucky for everything I have," she said.




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