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Natalie Cassidy is pregnant
Natalie Cassidy is pregnant with her first child.
The 'EastEnders' star - who has been dating her 30-year-old boyfriend Adam Cottrell ever since they met at the Isle of Wight festival music nine months ago - has revealed they are expecting a child together in September and hope to go on to have a whole "football team".
She said: "We both want a lot of kids - but you should only have as many as you can afford. A football team! I don't think you should have children unless you realise that a baby has to be fed, clothed, educated and supported for a very long time. I want our children to have all their needs met.
"I just hope it doesn't want to be a grand prix racer! But I definitely want to have a couple by the time I'm 30. I didn't want to be an older mum."
While she can’t wait for motherhood, the 26-year-old actress - who is 12 weeks pregnant and doesn't know the sex of her baby - is also keen for her and transport boss Adam to get engaged before she gives birth.
She told OK! magazine: "I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Adam will propose to me before the baby is born! The baby was conceived over Christmas, which is the loveliest Christmas gift ever. I came off my contraception in November but I never thought I'd pregnant that quickly!"
Natalie also admitted she thought her 'EastEnders' co-star Wendy Richards - who passed away in 2008 after losing her battle against cancer - was watching down on her and would have been excited about the news.
She said: "Since Wendy passed away so many lovely things have happened in my life. It does feel like I'm being looked after from above. But I never thought I was going to find someone that quickly. I wasn't looking for love."Posted on 16 Mar 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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