TOWIE favourite Gemma Collins has once again opened up on the prospect of becoming a mum, explaining now that'd she'd rather not depend on the assistance of a third party.
Speaking to OK! at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show earlier last week, the reality TV favourite, 42, was asked if she could envisage ever using a surrogate to welcome a child.
She tells us, however: "I don’t think I’ll need to. I’m The GC, honey. I can have the best doctors going. I’ll just ring one up and say, “Right, come on, get me pregnant!"
Despite her hopes to conceive naturally, Gemma adds that she "honestly can't tell you" whether that day will ever come.
"Obviously, I’ve got PCOS and all of that," Gemma opens up. "I could have a child at 50. If I’d had kids sooner, I would probably have been crazy, whereas now, I’m Miss Organic, I can just be at Zen with the child."
She jibes: "Going to the mother and toddler groups never interested me, unless it’s Knightsbridge, darling. And I’m happy to host my own one indoors or around the vegetable patch. A bit of organic pressed champagne!"
"It’s a lot having a kid," Gemma continues. "It’s a big commitment but it’s also very rewarding. But my life will take me where it’s going to take me. It’s taken me this far and as sure as hell it’s not over yet."
In 2020, Gemma revealed she had sadly suffered a miscarriage in lockdown after previously losing a baby in 2012 when she gave birth at home when the baby was only four and a half months old.
But Gemma, who is already the doting stepmother to his five-year-old son Tristan, has openly said that she would like to have a child of her own to expand her and Rami's family and be a sibling for Tristan.
"I’ve got a little step son now and I’ve got a really good balance," she told press earlier this year.
"It’s not all work, I’ve got a great personal life and please God, we go on to have a baby next year, when I’ve got some time – to do what you need to do to have a baby, because I’ve not had much time recently. Sorry, Ram."
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