Klass pregnant with second child

Klass pregnant with second child

Myleene Klass is pregnant with her second child.

The 32-year-old TV presenter - who recently revealed she and fiance Graham Quinn have temporarily put their wedding plans on hold - had her three-month scan last week which confirmed her "happy" news.

The pretty brunette tweeted: "Woo Hoo! I'm pregnant! So happy! x (sic)"

Myleene is now preparing to give birth in March next year, but is currently suffering from terrible morning sickness.

She tweeted: "For everyone who's asked... March is the 'big month'. Four fire signs under one roof. Crikey!

"Head in sink most of morning! Lovely."

Myleene, who has a three-year-old daughter Ava with Graham, has always said she planned to have a big family.

The TV star recently joked she would like to give the tot seven siblings, after Ava asked for two sisters.

She said: "Ava said to me the other day, 'I miss my sisters'.

"I said, 'Oh really? How many sisters do you have - or do you want?' She said she'd like two. I'd love her to have seven sisters. I don't think I could love anybody as much as I love Ava, but I have two siblings and I don't feel my mum loved any of us less (than the others)."

Although only confirming the news this weekend, Myleene apparently hinted at pregnancy cravings when she tweeted about a photo shoot for Marks and Spencer earlier this month.

She wrote: "Been shooting M&S tv xmas bits. Have eaten my own body weight in mince pies and turkey stuffing and we're still in September! (sic)"

As well as having a baby, Myleene is also concentrating on battling to keep her job on next year's 'Popstar To Operastar'. ITV bosses can only afford one presenter and need to choose between her and Alan Titchmarsh.

More in this Section

Idris Elba to star in all-black WesternIdris Elba to star in all-black Western

Caitlyn Jenner talks about coming out as trans womanCaitlyn Jenner talks about coming out as trans woman

Diana Ross to headline final season of Cork's Live at the Marquee seriesDiana Ross to headline final season of Cork's Live at the Marquee series

Pamela Anderson cancels prison visit to Julian AssangePamela Anderson cancels prison visit to Julian Assange


Lifestyle

‘Children of the Troubles’ recounts the largely untold story of the lost boys and girls of Northern Ireland, and those who died south of the border, in Britain and as far afield as West Germany, writes Dan Buckley.Loss of lives that had barely begun

With Christmas Day six weeks away tomorrow, preparations are under way in earnest, writes Gráinne McGuinness.Making Cents: Bargains available on Black Friday but buyer beware!

From farming practices in Europe to forest clearances in the Amazon, Liz Bonnin’s new show seeks solutions to some of the damage done by the world’s appetite for meat, writes Gemma Dunn.New show seeks solutions to some of the damage done by the world’s appetite for meat

Louis Mulcahy reads in Cork this weekend for the Winter Warmer fest, writes Colette Sheridan.Wheel turns from pottery to poetry

More From The Irish Examiner