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Myleene Klass - "My ovaries hurt"

Myleene reveals she's broody while shadowing midwives for new Save The Children appeal

Posted: 4 May 2012
by Sophie Westnedge
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Myleene Klass revealed her broody side after shadowing a team of midwives at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to launch Save The Children’s Build it for Babies appeal.

The TV presenter and mum-of-two, who gave birth to her second daughter Hero 13 months ago, took to Twitter to share her experience. The Build it for Babies appeal aims to raise £1 million to build seven life-saving maternal health clinics in Bangladesh.

"On midwife duty. OMG. MY ovaries hurt, I don’t wana give them back! #builditforbabies @savethechildren (sic),” Myleene wrote.

“Ok I can now check your blood pressure and figure out a baby's head from their bottom (inside the womb obvs). #builditforbabies #midwifeklass,” Myleene tweeted.

Myleene and husband Graham Quinn are parents to 4-year-old Ava and 13-month-old Hero Harper.

Myleene, who famously spoke out against breast-feeding bullies, seemed to take to being a midwife which is no surprise after her first aid training helped save her daughter.

Myleene, who spoke openly about the trouble she had conceiving baby number two, has previously revealed that she wants a large family the size of an “orchestra” but that husband Graham may need convincing to have more than two.

It seems like Myleene's stint with the midwifes has got her feeling broody. Here at TB HQ we'll keep an eye out for any sign of baby number three.


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