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Alesha Dixon became a mum for the first time in 2013 and the Strictly Come Dancing champion has revealed that she wants to have more children.

 

In an interview with You magazine, the singer shared that she always thinks about having more kids, “Not a day goes by without me longing for another baby. I don’t know whether it will happen given my age, but I adore the idea of having a large family.”

 

She added, “I hope that I will be lucky.”

 

 

Alesha tries her best to set a strong example for her daughter Azura, “Being a mum is my greatest joy and my biggest challenge. Every day I try to be the best, most patient version of myself and it’s sometimes a struggle.”

 

Motherhood isn’t always easy but The Boy Does Nothing singer revealed that her little girl has made her a better person.

 

The 39-year-old admitted that her daughter means the world to her, “The love I feel for Azura is so pure and unconditional that I still stop and catch my breath in awe that Azuka and I have created this perfect little human being.”

 

 

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Despite her desires to have a big family, the Britain's Got Talent judge has accepted that it will happen if it’s meant to be, “The main thing is to enjoy her in the present and be philosophical about the future because what will be will be.”
 

Alesha’s hope and positive way of thinking are so admirable.

 

 

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