Danielle Lloyd pregnant with fifth child – and hopes it's a girl

DANIELLE Lloyd has announced she is pregnant with her fifth child – and she hopes it's a girl.

The former glamour model is already mum to three boys with ex Jamie O'Hara and shares her fourth son with husband Michael O'Neil.

Speaking to Closer, Danielle, 37, revealed: "I can’t wait to become a family of seven.

"I know there’s a risk it’ll be another boy though – having five boys would be totally mad!

"But, of course, the main thing I want is for the baby to be healthy. And if it’s not a girl – we’ll just try again after!"

In 2018 Danielle said her sons were desperate for her to have a baby girl and had considered gender selection.

She told ITV's Loose Women: "They keep saying to me 'Mummy, is our little baby sister in there yet' and I'm like no that's just my food."

She appeared on Loose Women programme to defend her desire to have a 'designer baby' – where IVF genetic screening allows parents to choose the gender of their child – after being hounded by online trolls.

The mum-of-four told the panel that the biggest criticism over her choice came from people who can't have children.

She said: "I totally sympathise them being in that situation because I've got four beautiful boys and I love them and I live for my kids.

"I do stand by my decision. I think for me it's a about a family balance as well.

"I totally understand why there's two sides to the story. Some people don't agree with it, some people do.

"But I just think for me, I've always wanted that little baby girl.

"I love my boys and I'm so thankful that I've got them and I wouldn't change it for the world."

The former Miss England and Miss Great Britain was then asked why she wanted to add a girl to her already extensive brood.

She replied: "I've got an amazing relationship with my mum, and I want to have that with my daughter.

"Boys go off they get girlfriends, and they play football, and do what ever.

"And I think for me and my mum, I call her like ten times a day."

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