Emma Willis reveals why she won’t have any more kids

Three is enough for her and Matt

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She got her hands full hosting two of the biggest shows on television and raising her three children, so it’s no wonder The Voice UK’s Emma Willis told Loose Women today she isn’t planning on having any more kids.

On the show she spoke to the panel, Andrea McLean, Kaye Adams, Saira Khan, and Nadia Sawalha about motherhood and how, for her, three is the perfect number.

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Emma also admitted that she almost didn’t end up having a third child with her husband, Busted’s Matt Willis, as her eight-year old daughter Isabelle and six-year old son Ace were getting on “brilliantly” and she and Matt “were sleeping again”.

But then she added: “I was getting to 40 and my mum was 40 when she had my sister and it was her third and I probably thought I’d be the same because I’m obsessed with my mum.”

Despite her desire to be like her mum, Emma felt like she’d only just found herself again.

“The kids had gone to school and I had a bit of me time again which I felt like I hadn’t had for seven years.”

When asked why she then did decide to go for another baby, she replied:

“Because I thought it doesn’t matter really.

“If we can have one more and it’s what we want and God willing it happens, then why am I worrying about, ‘oh I’m going to the gym again! I feel great!’ because I can do that in another few years.”

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It was the best decision for Emma who also told how 10-month old Trixie is “amazing” and “the perfect child” who’s “just slotted in” to their family.

But despite the fact she couldn’t stop gushing about her gorgeous brood, Emma was quick to point out there were no more children on the horizon.

“Because I know this is my last, I’m taking every single little bit in because I know I won’t do it again,” she revealed.

With her career at its peak and her family gorgeous just the way it is, sounds like Emma’s got it sussed!

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