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Sheridan Smith has opened up on her plans to have another child, just five and half months after giving birth to her son Billy.
The Cilla actress, 39, said she and her 30 year old fiancé Jamie Horn have “already spoken about” having another child.
Speaking to Kerry Ellis on the Keep Calm and Kerry On podcast, Sheridan revealed she would “love” to have more kids.
Sheridan, who recently pleaded with trolls to leave her and her son alone, said: “I'd love to have another baby…we've already spoken about it.
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“It's hard when you start planning work, but it would be so nice.”
The couple also have high hopes for their son’s future, as Sheridan’s future husband hopes Billy will become a football player for Arsenal.
Meanwhile, the former Two Pints of Lager actress says she would support whatever her son wants to be.
She revealed: “I never saw children on the cards for me, but it puts everything into perspective.
“Jamie’s dead-set on Billy being an Arsenal player. He’s like, 'If we can, get him into an academy at three' and I’m like 'No'.
“But when Jamie’s out, I put music on and shimmy at him.
“Whatever Billy does, we’ll support him. I’m learning as I go along.”
Sheridan recently vowed to become the “best mum in the world” to her adorable baby son.
As she appeared on This Morning via video link to discuss her past mental health struggles the actress said: “I think when you've had mental health issues in the past you're worried they're going to appear again in pregnancy.
“I didn’t know what was out there and you always feel quite ashamed to say it, especially when you’re pregnant.
“You feel like a bad mum. How can you be having these thoughts? And so we went on this journey and met the most amazing people.”
Sheridan previously battled with mental health issues when her father died in 2016, which she feared would make a reappearance after giving birth.
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Speaking in her ITV documentary, the actress said: “My dad died and I think things that I hadn’t dealt with caused the big explosion, mentally. It was like a bomb went off in my head.
“Now I feel like I’ve got a second chance at life.
“It’s such a huge thing to have a baby. If you’ve had a mental health issue in the past, you worry it will rear its ugly head again. I would hate for the wheels to come off.”
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