Felt alone: Every parent will relate to Alesha Dixons confession about her kids

Being a parent means that life never has a dull moment.

Our little ones keep us entertained every day and we learn alongside them.

Alesha Dixon has opened up about parenthood on her new podcast, Wear It's At.

The 40-year-old is mum to five-year-old Azura Sienna with her husband Azuka Ononye.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Britain's Got Talent judge is also expecting her second child. 

In her first episode, she spoke with Rachel Stevens, Katie Piper, Jodie Kidd, Faye Tozer, and Ashley James about a mix of topics.

She spoke to former S Club 7 singer Rachel and Britain's top parenting influencer, Louise Pentland about toxic friendships and when it's ok to use your kids to dodge plans.

Alesha said, ''Kids are great for getting out of things, aren’t they?!"

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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We couldn't agree more - although maybe that's a bad thing to admit?

Alesha was 35-years-old when she became a mum and felt like she was a by herself when she was going through the pregnancy.

She said, ''I was the last of my friends to have a baby. I sort of felt alone doing it when I did have mine, as all of my friends’ kids were then grown up."

Louise said, ''After I had Darcy, I suffered from PTSD. Social media helped me through."

We love hearing these ladies talk all things motherhood - and we adore how honest they are. 

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