Give it 110 percent: Gemma Collins is putting off having kids until shes 40

She's setting the ice-rink alight on Dancing on Ice.

And now reality TV star Gemma Collins has opened up about her plans to start a family.

The 37-year-old has always been vocal about her desire to have a baby but it seems that she has had a change of heart. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She has revealed that she won't be having a child until she's 40 - because she wants to put her career first.

Gemma, who is performing on the skating show alongside her pro partner Matt Evers, is in a relationship with former Towie co-star James ''Arg'' Argent.

She said, ''I’m not having a baby until I’m 40. I'm not broody. I have got so much on work-wise.''

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She continued, ''If I was to have a baby, I would want to give it 110 percent. I wouldn't want anyone else looking after my baby, I wouldn't leave it with anyone.''

She added, ''My baby would come with me to work, to photo shoots, everywhere. I will be the ultimate full-on, hands-on mum.”

She has also spoken out about how Dancing On Ice is helping her to get healthier - and a lot of it is thanks to her skating partner, Matt.

She said, ''I’ve definitely lost weight off my legs. It’s two hours’ train­­ing a day, so it’s very intense. Am I in it to win it? I’ll definitely be in the top three!”

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