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Emma Bunton has hilariously revealed how her son told her to "go and have sex" because he wanted another sibling.
The 45 year old is mum to two sons, Beau, 13, and Tate, 10, who she shares with fiancé Jade Jones, 42.
Spice Girls singer Emma has now admitted her sons are so desperate for a little brother or sister they even put it at the top of their Christmas list.
Speaking on the Sweat, Snot and Tears podcast, Emma was asked if she would like more children, with her saying: "It's something that if it happens would be absolutely wonderful."
She continued: "The kids want it as well. Do you know what they put on the top of their Christmas list this year? A sibling. I mean, no pressure!"
Wannabe hitmaker Emma went on: "Once my eldest did say – and not knowing what that meant – he went: 'You need to go in there and have sex and have a child'.
"So, you know – it's something they want," she laughed to hosts Annie O'Leary and Wendy Golledge.
Baby Spice admitted that her fiancé Jade is also keen to have another child, saying: "It would be nice, wouldn't it? I change my mind all the time – I'm very indecisive.
"You can't be indecisive about something like that, so I'm quite wary."
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The blonde beauty recently revealed she is perimenopausal and "cried her eyes out" when she found out it may be too late to add to her brood.
She told YOU magazine earlier this month: "At first I put it down to the pandemic. But then the anxiety became more regular, until it was daily.
"I was also lethargic. Something wasn't right. I looked up the symptoms and saw I had quite a few."
Emma spoke to someone on Zoom regarding her symptoms who confirmed she was perimenopausal, which occurs several years before menopause and is when the ovaries start to produce less of the female sex hormone oestrogen.
Emma continued: "It's been a very weird time. I'm a very mumsy person – when I see my friends' babies, I always become broody. But now I thought, 'OK, this is it?'"
She has been prescribed a low dose of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) as she continues to decide whether or not to try for a third child.
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