Charlotte Crosby teases baby plans and ambitions to go on tour

Charlotte Crosby has made a candid confession about when she’d like a baby with boyfriend Liam Beaumont , as well as outlining her other big ambitions, including a nationwide tour.

Prior to the country into lockdown, Charlotte had a busy time of things, after jetting over the other side of the world to appear as a contestant on I’m A Celebrity Australia and, after moving back to her native Sunderland, has been using her time off from work to renovate her mansion in nearby Houghton-le-Spring, as well as continuing to work with fashion brand In The Style and run her homeware brand Naked Lane.

But, as everyone hopes that things will get back to normal in 2021, Charlotte has revealed her ‘to do’ list for the years to come, which includes a baby.

Speaking to OK Magazine, the former Geordie Shore star said: “I want just try and really smash all my work goals next year.

“I was meant to be doing a Charlotte Show live tour this year, but it got cancelled because of covid so I would love to get on tour with that one in England and in Australia.

“I’d love to do one more TV show in Australia and I would love to maybe do Dancing on Ice.”

Moving onto the prospect of the pitter patter of tiny feet, the 30-year-old said that, while she wants to focus on work for the next 12 months, she thinks 2022 will “be the time to try for a baby.”

Charlotte Crosby and boyfriend Liam Beaumont
Charlotte Crosby and boyfriend Liam Beaumont
(Image: @charlottegshore/@liambeauvideo (Instagram))

Charlotte’s baby talk comes after she opened up about the traumatic ectopic pregnancy she suffered in 2016.

Appearing on Geordie Shore spin-off Their Story, she said: “I was literally on the verge of dying, if I’d left it any longer I just wouldn’t be here. My fallopian tube had split open and I’d been internally bleeding for a week.

“I came round from the operation and the gynaecologist came in and told us that I had had my right fallopian tube and ovary taken away and straightaway I just thought ‘f*** I’m not going to be able to have kids, like, this is awful.

“You don’t realise, even if you’re not very broody or it’s something you’ve never thought about when you suddenly think that that’s been taken away from you, it like suddenly hits home.”

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