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Could a pregnant Holly Willoughby be gracing our television screens?


It is unlikely, but not impossible as the 37-year-old revealed that she is considering expanding her family.


In a recent interview, Holly opened up about being "always broody."


The mum already has three children with her husband Dan Baldwin. 



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The couple share nine-year-old Harry, Belle who's seven and four-year-old Chester. 


But a fourth child hasn't been completely ruled out, as the presenter is back and forth with the idea of having a newborn in the household once again.


“Part of me wants another baby but part of me thinks that’s not a good enough reason," she told the Sunday Telegraph's Stella Magazine. 


"I’ve almost decided not to…but not quite.”



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This isn't the first time Holly has hinted that she'd like to have another baby.


On a This Morning segment, the mum and her co-presenter,  Phillip Schofield visited a maternity hospital to mark the NHS' 70th birthday.


The 37-year-old was taking a trip through the ward at Queen Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital in July, when she admitted live on air that she'd to do it all again.



Although co-host Phillip attempted to put her off the idea, it seems like Holly can't help herself when it comes to newborns.


“Those first moments of giving birth. I just want to do it again,” Holly confessed.


“Don’t do it!” exclaimed Phillip


“I know, I know. I can’t help it," said Holly.


Only time will tell to see if Holly decides one way or another.



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