Emily Atack admitted she worries she won't be able to have babies and decided to undergo a fertility test on TV.
The I'm A Celebrity... star has been exploring life's hang-ups on her new show, Emily Atack: Adulting.
As she nears 30, she has revealed her concerns about her fertility.
Speaking in a clip from her series, Emily confessed: "I have been worrying about my fertility. My whole life I have assumed if I met someone I could have babies straight away, but what if I can’t?"
The 29-year-old said she would be "devastated" if she found out she couldn't have kids further down the line.
The Inbetweeners actress is currently loved-up with her film producer boyfriend Rob Jowers. They went public with their romance earlier this year.
Emily continued: "I have got to be honest, if they come back and say something is wrong I will be absolutely devastated. I’m worrying that I’ll get to 32, still not anywhere close to having kids."
She then pondered: "So is 29 the kind of age you should start thinking about it when I still feel like a baby now?"
My whole life I have assumed if I met someone I could have babies straight away, but what if I can’t?
Emily admitted she fears being "lonely" in her old age, after growing up in a large family.
The star has been very openly discussing the issues young people are faced with as they reach adulthood.
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She said she has been doing some "soul-searching" as she goes through a "quarter-life crisis."
She explained: "I feel like I'm at an age where it's the quarter-life crisis club. It's not quite a midlife crisis, but we're all kind of being thrown into adulthood when we still feel like teenagers. I feel like a lost little kid in a supermarket and I can't find my mum."
Emily Atack: Adulting airs on W on June 26.
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