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Not broody right now: Chloe Madeley says she will freeze her eggs at 35

Chloe Madeley is in the throes of newly-married bliss.

And now that she has wed rugby player James Haskell, she is thinking about starting a family - but on her own terms.

The daughter of TV couple Richard and Judy has opened up about how she wants to focus on her career right now and think about babies later. 


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The 31-year-old fitness guru told Bella Magazine  that she still feels young. 

Chloe said, ''Maybe one day, but I'm not ready or broody right now, I still feel very young, and me and James have so many goals that we're aiming for in our careers.''

She continued, ''If I get to 35 and I'm not closer to thinking about babies, I would definitely freeze my eggs, so then they'll still be there by the time we're ready for it.'


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This is not the first time Chloe has spoken about freezing her eggs.

On Loose Women, she said, ''I talk about it because I’m 30 now and I really don’t know if I want kids. And I think as a woman, being a 30-year-old woman saying that is quite a big deal to some people.''

She continued, ''I think a lot of people, my mother included, turn around and say, "What if when you decide you do it’s too late?" So I’m definitely considering freezing my eggs, just in case, just to hedge my bets. But my god is it a lot of money. Tens of thousands...''

The couple tied the knot in a magical winter ceremony, eight months after they announced their engagement and three years after they started dating. 



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